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January 17, 2013  |  from: David Ingram

Dear openEHR Members

A special issue of the Canadian journal, Technology Innovation Management Review, has just been published and features open source software sustainability - see TIM Review website.

The special issue draws on a range of experiences and insights from different domains and David Ingram and Seref Arikan have contributed an invited article, drawing on personal perspectives and with examples from their work on openEHR and Opereffa, as follows:

The Evolving Role of Open Source Software in Medicine and Health Services
David Ingram, Sevket Seref Arikan
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In addition, Daniel Curto-Millet, a PhD student at London's LSE, who is observing and reviewing the development of the openEHR mission and community, has contributed an article based on early findings from his research programme, as follows:

Sustainability and Governance in Developing Open Source Projects as Processes of In-Becoming
Daniel Curto-Millet
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We hope the special issue as a whole, as well as the openEHR related papers, will be of interest for the wide ranging and international membership of the openEHR lists.


David Ingram


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