AeHIS 2012 : 1st Australian eHealth Informatics and Security Conference
Call For Papers
The 1st Australian eHealth Informatics and Security Conference (AeHIS 2012) will be held from 3 – 5 December, 2012 in Perth, Western Australia.
With the recent national and international activity in eHealth, eHealth informatics is becoming a critical research area integral to the provision of healthcare services. The growing wealth of electronic healthcare data and the demand for its accessibility has highlighted the importance of effective acquisition, retrieval, use, interoperability, sharing, integrity, confidentiality and security of this information. eHealth informatics and security affects all areas of healthcare including nursing, clinical care, primary healthcare, pharmacy, public health and biomedical research. Further, it addresses the challenges in resourcing, network and device use, as well as healthcare information management, workflow methods and the related models of care.
The aim of AeHIS 2012 is to encourage the dissemination of research to all stakeholders in the ehealth informatics and ehealth information security field, and to promote discussion on the issues and solutions that are being developed nationally and internationally. Contribution and participation is encouraged from healthcare providers, practitioners, professional health and medical bodies, health informaticians, government, healthcare managers, healthcare security practitioners, healthcare software providers and academia.
Topics for consideration include, but are not limited to:
• Healthcare Information Linkage
• eHealth Decision Support
• Mobile eHealth
• eHealth for Developing Countries
• Internet eHealth
• Useable, Accessible and Inclusive Design of Health Information Systems
• Healthcare Information Governance
• Healthcare Information Economics
• Ethical Issues in eHealth Systems
• Devices and Applications Enabling eHealth
• Secure Messaging
• Healthcare Security Standards and Policy
• Secure Management of Healthcare Information
• Medical Information Security Awareness
• Access Control
• Secure eHealth Software Development
All submitted papers will be double blind peer reviewed.
For further information visit the conference website or contact the Congress Coordinator Lisa McCormack – firstname.lastname@example.org