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What can you do?

It is easier to start with certain activities and then move to more complex areas of this collaborative effort.
  1. It is worth reading some of the documents at openehr.org. Perhaps start with some on the 'getting started' page.
  2. If you have experience as a clinician or as a technician working with health IT then you may want to have a look at the set of openEHR archeytpes or clinical models. If you register you can adopt an archetype and then you will be invited to be involved in the review. It is also worth joining the clinical email list.
  3. If you are a software developer you can read some of the specifications - the EHR is the most relevant if you want to build software. You can have a look at some of the software projects visible from the side bar on the left of the openehr.org site.