Barnabas Task



Barnabas Task 2017

About the Organization

"The mission of Barnabas Task is an expression of compassion to transform communities by equipping, empowering, and encouraging. The message of Barnabas Task is the transforming power of the gospel of Jesus Christ.  We desire to be people of influence with a significant message of Christ the Center. Through training and serving, our goal is to assist people with problem solving, providing simple transferrable principles and resource assessment which result in multiplication and change in other communities through local initiative. We facilitate medical and training teams who provide critical care and preventive health education."1


About the Project

Butler University’s Computer Science Department has been tasked with developing an electronic medical record application for the Barnabas Task and the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (COPHS). This application will be utilized by student volunteers, pharmacists, and physicians in their efforts to deliver medical care in the Dominican Republic. This application will keep track of patients’ personal information, medical information, vitals, and past medical history. The application for the iPad has already been developed, thanks in part to the former Barnabas Task group last semester using Xcode IDE and the Swift programming language. Our goal is to remodel the application and improve it to its best form so that all bugs that have been seen are fixed and the application runs smoothly.

Our Team

James Dombro: Team Co-Lead & Design of Application Lead

Patrick Burn: Team Co-Lead & Application Code Lead

Keith Sustich: Client Communications Lead

Matthew Skoog: Web Master Lead

Alec Ahlden: Testing Application Lead

Brady Pampu: Testing Application Co-Lead