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Revision as of 20:52, 4 January 2010

Making Connections

The International Mentoring Committee (IMC) was established in order to formalize some of the pre-existing Affiliates efforts to support fledgling HL7 Affiliate chapters.

Recent Activity

January 2007 saw the results of the IMG's efforts to support two HL7 Affiliates in attending their first Working Group Meeting, with delegates from HL7 Brazil and HL7 Malaysia attending the San Diego WGM under the sponsorship of the US Trade Development Agency. The delegates had the opportunity to showcase their achievements and discuss their future plans at a special Monday night meeting, and the Powerpoint presentations from this inspiring evening are available for download here:

Malaysia Presentation (PPT, approx 650kb)

Brazil Presenation (PPT, approx 1583kb) - Please note - the Brazilian presentation has been compressed to make it small enough to be uploaded to the Wiki, resulting in significant loss of quality to some of the larger images (one or two of which were so badly affected that they have been removed). If you would like a copy of the original (10Mb!) presenation, please email: ruth(dot)kidd(at)nhs(dot)net.

Mentoring Delegates

Delegates who have received sponsorship through the IMC include the following:

January 2007 - Brazil and Malaysia

A document containing some outline biographical information on the January 2007 delegates can be found here:

Delegate biographical information

Post mentoring-experience updates:




Video - Sao Paulo City Health Information Project (35Mb)

The Sao Paulo Health Information project won one of the Duke's Choices Awards at JavaOne 2005. To download a five-minute video (in English with either Portuguese or Spanish subtitles) about the project please right-click one of the links below and save the file to a location of your choice. The videos are in .avi format and are approximately 35Mb in size. Download time will vary according to your connection speed.

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