mygnuhealth  1.0.5
About: MyGNUHealth is the GNU Health Libre Personal Health Record. It is a desktop and mobile application to record, assess and proactively take action upon the determinants of the main health spheres (bio-psycho-social).
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README.rst

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MyGNUHealth: The GNU Health Personal Health Record (PHR)

MyGNUHealth is the GNUHealth Personal Health Record application for desktop and mobile devices that integrates with the GNU Health Federation.

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Installation

The easiest way to get MyGNUHealth is by installing the package from your favorite operating system / distribution. Many operating system distributions already ship MyGNUHealth. Using the OS package is the best way to keep the latest version of MyGNUHealth installed.

In the case that your distribution does not ship yet MyGNUHealth, you can do a local installation with pip.

MyGNUHealth depends on both Kirigami2 and PySide2 to be installed at a system level, and will not properly work otherwise. Using the system's package manager will be enough to install those dependencies keeping in mind the required versions on the system:

  • PySide2 5.15+
  • Python 3.6+

After installing those dependencies on the system, you can install MyGNUHealth via pip:

$ pip install --user --upgrade MyGNUHealth

(Keep in mind some systems might have pip3 instead of pip)

Technology

MyGNUHealth is intended for Libre operating systems. (BSD, GNU/Linux..) It uses the Qt and Kirigami frameworks, and can be installed in desktops (such as XFCE, KDE Plasma, GNOME..) and mobile devices (e.g., PinePhone).

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Development

The development of MyGNUHealth resides on GNU Savannah (https://savannah.gnu.org/projects/health/)

Tasks, bugs and mailing lists will be on health-dev@gnu.org , for development.

General discussion is done at health@gnu.org mailing list.

Do you want to become a GNU Health hacker and be part of our development team? Send us a mail to hackers@gnuhealth.org, stating the GNU Health component that you want to work in.

Homepage

https://www.gnuhealth.org

Documentation

MyGNUHealth documentation will be at the corresponding chapter in the GNU Health Wikibook

https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/GNU_Health

Support GNU Health

GNU Health is a project of GNU Solidario. GNU Solidario is an humanitarian non-profit that works globally, focused on Social Medicine.

Health and education are the basis for the development and dignity of societies.

You can also donate to our project via :

https://www.gnuhealth.org/donate/

In addition, you can show your long time commitment to GNU Health by becoming a member of GNU Solidario, so together we can further deliver Freedom and Equity in Healthcare around the World.

https://my.gnusolidario.org/join-us/

GNU Solidario hosts IWEEE and GnuHealthCon:

The International Workshop on e-Health in Emerging Economies- a good way to support GNU Solidario and to get the latest on e-Health is to assist to the conferences.

Need help to implement GNU Health ?

We are committed to do our best in helping out projects that can improve the health of your country or region. We want the project to be a success, and since our resources are limited, we need to work together to make a great and sustainable project.

In order to be eligible, we need the following information from you, your NGO or government:

  • An introduction of the current needs
  • The project will only use Libre software technology
  • There will be a local designated person that will be in charge of the project and the know-how transfer to the rest of the community.This person must be committed to be from the beginning of the project until two years after its completion.
  • There must be a commitment of knowledge transfer to the rest of the team.

We will do our best to help you out with the implementation and training for the local team, to build local capacity and make your project sustainable.

Please contact us and we'll back to you as soon as possible:

Dr. Luis Falcón, MD, MSc
Author and project leader
falcon@gnuhealth.org

Email

info@gnuhealth.org

Twitter: @gnuhealth

License

GNU Health is licensed under GPL v3+:

Copyright (C) 2008-2021 Luis Falcon <falcon@gnuhealth.org>
Copyright (C) 2011-2021 GNU Solidario <health@gnusolidario.org>

This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
(at your option) any later version.

This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
GNU General Public License for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with this program.  If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.

License of the Human Natural variants Database

Many thanks to the UniProt Consortium for providing the excellent list of human variants. MyGNUHealth natural variants database is based on it.

Copyrighted by the UniProt Consortium, see https://www.uniprot.org/terms Distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY 4.0) License