OpenClinica, the open source clinical trials software has seen a surge in usage over the past year, according to survey data released today by Akaza Research.
“Our recent survey of the OpenClinica community showed strong expansion in all key measurements of system usage,” said Cal Collins, Chief Executive Officer at Akaza. “In the past year we have seen doubling in the number of OpenClinica users and subjects, and a nearly 10-fold increase in regulatory submissions.”
FreeMedForms (FMF) is a multi-platform software (available on MacOS, Linux, FreeBSD, Windows),
multilingual, free and open source, released under the new BSD license.
FreeMedForms is developed by medical doctors and is mainly intended for health professionals.
ImageJ, the most powerful environment for scientific image processing, will hold an event 27th to 29th October 2010, at The Domain Thermal of Mondorf | Avenue des Bains – B.P. 52 | L-5601 Mondorf-les-Bains.
– Meet the developers
– Find solutions
– Discuss your questions
– New fantastic developments.
Details and registration
As you might know Medfloss.org (formerly medfoss.apfelkraut.org) tries to provide a comprehensive and structured overview of Free/Libre and Open Source Software (FLOSS) projects for the health care domain.
After the initial launch 6 months ago it recently welcomed the 200th project in its repository: the GPL-licensed iDART software – iDART is the abbreviation of “Intelligent Dispensing of Antiretroviral Treatment” and according to its authors addresses many of the challenges faced by public ART dispensing pharmacies in developing countries.