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MIE 2014 : Medical Informatics Europe

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Conference Series : Medical Informatics Europe
 
Link: http://www.mie2014.org/
 
When Aug 31, 2014 - Sep 3, 2014
Where Istanbul (TR)
Submission Deadline Jan 31, 2014
Notification Due Apr 1, 2014
Final Version Due May 1, 2014
Categories    ehealth   medical informatics   health telematics   health informatics
 

Call For Papers

Important Dates

Open of call for submissions November 1, 2013
Submission deadlines January 31, 2014
Notification of acceptance April 1, 2014
Final submission of camera ready papers April 31, 2014
Early bird registration May 10, 2014

“Improved care through health Informatics”

Information technologies and information sciences are revolutionizing the healthcare system and deeply change the whole health landscape, the health culture. Care process reengineering, involvement of citizens and patients, continuity of care and health: these are only three of the numerous revolutions taking place for the first time in the history of medicine. This incredible movement is characterized by the double aspects of combining advances in technology and sciences, as well as deep socio-cultural changes. And this is precisely the heart of the challenge.
It is not enough to be spectators; we need to be, and we are, actors. Thus, it is necessary to move forward while building evidences, making sure that knowledge is shareable, that experiences are reproducible. Building evidences and using standards are thus important aspects of our work. It is necessary to keep the ultimate goal in mind: improving healthcare! And thus, all the time, directing our projects and activities towards this goal. Finally, because health determinants are local, because health threats are local, we have also to make sure that local characteristics are respected. To quote Ilias Iakovidis: “Medicine is a global science, and a local art”.
We invite you to submit a broad range of contributions related to the latest achievements in eHealth, biomedical and health informatics.
We encourage you to submit a contribution about methodologies and applications, successful stories or lessons learned from not so successful projects in the health-care domain.

The MIE2014 Scientific Programme Committee (SPC) invites you to submit contributions in the form of:
- Full papers
- Posters
- Panels
- Workshops
- Short communications
- Tutorials

The conference addresses, but are not limited to, the following categories and themes:
- Methodology (Qualitative and Quantitative)
- Information and Knowledge Representation
- Information and Knowledge Processing
- Empirical Research Methodologies
- Applications (Systems, Goals, Problems, Policies)
- Improved healthcare through health informatics
- Health-care service delivery
- Policy, Financing and Stewardship
- Research and Education
- Specific Topics

A more comprehensive list of Categories, Themes and Topics:

A Methodology (Qualitative and Quantitative)
A.1 Information and knowledge representation
A.1.1 Terminologies, Vocabularies, Ontologies (e.g. SNOMED, ICD 10, ICF, ICNP, LOINC)
A.1.2 Process models, Information models, Data models (e.g. workflows, databases)
A.1.3 Knowledge representation incl. images, video, audio (e.g.guidelines, protocols)
A.1.4 Visualization
A.1.5 Other
A.2 Information and Knowledge Processing
A.2.1 Information storage and retrieval
A.2.2 Natural Language processing
A.2.3 Data Mining
A.2.4 Speech Recognition
A.2.5 Reasoning and Decision Theory
A.2.6 Advanced Algorithms
A.2.7 Software Engineering Methodologies
A.2.8 Human Computer Interaction
A.2.9 Computer Supported Collaborative Work
A.2.10 Biosignal processing
A.2.11 Other
A.3 Empirical Research Methodologies
A.3.1 Need and Requirement Analyses
A.3.2 Evaluation Studies (incl. Experiments, Social, Organizational studies)
A.3.3 Cognitive Studies
A.3.4 Usability studies
A.3.5 Economic Studies
A.3.6 Other
B Applications (Systems, Goals, Problems, Policies)
B.1 Improved healthcare through health informatics - Core topic of MIE 2014
B.1.1 Evaluation of benefits for health informatics
B.1.2 Empowering Patient - Healthcare Provider - Caregiver Interaction
B.1.3 Social Networking for health
B.1.4 Health information for the Public
B.1.5 Effectiveness of just in time information for the care process
B.1.6 Continuity of information for continuity of care
B.1.7 Cross-Border Applications
B.1.8 Accessibility and Usability of Heath IT
B.1.9 Support for people with special needs and aging society
B.1.10 Integrated health care delivery
B.1.11 Translational research
B.1.12 Other
B.2 Healthcare service delivery
B.2.1 Electronic Health and Patient Records
B.2.2 Electronic Prescription and Order Entry
B.2.3 Computer Aided diagnosis Systems
B.2.4 Computer Assisted Medical Procedures (e.g. assisted surgery, robotics, rehabilitation)
B.2.5 Clinical Decision Support Systems
B.2.6 Clinical Guidelines and Protocols
B.2.7 Systems to support nurse's activities
B.2.8 Nursing Informatics
B.2.9 Telemedicine and telerehabilitation
B.2.10 Biosensors and Devices for eHealth Services
B.2.11 IT integrated solutions in Laboratory Medicine (e.g. Automation, control and efficiency of diagnostic processes)
B.2.12 Other
B.3 Health Information Management, Policy, Financing and Stewardship
B.3.1 Health Care policy Issues
B.3.2 Economic Aspects of Health ICT (e.g. cost-effectiveness analysis, cost-benefit/cost-utility analysis, resource utilization, epidemiology of cost and delivery of care )
B.3.3 System Implementation and Management
B.3.4 Security, Privacy, Ethics
B.3.5 Patient Safety, Medical Errors and Quality Assurance
B.3.6 Change management
B.3.7 National Health Policies and Informatics
B.3.8 Other
B.4 Research and Education
B.4.1 Enhancing Research and Trials
B.4.2 Supporting eHealth Research and Trials
B.4.3 Medical statistics in health informatics
B.4.4 Medical mathematics in health informatics
B.4.5 Knowledge Fusion and Semantic Web
B.4.6 Distance Learning and Digital Repository for Case-Based Reasoning
B.4.7 Education and training of Students, Professionals and Citizens
B.4.7 Evidence based health informatics
B.5 Bioinformatics
B.5.1 Bioinformatics applications
B.5.2 Genomics and Proteomics
B.5.3 Structural Bioinformatics
B.5.4 Bioimaging
B.5.5 Pharmaceutical Applications
B.5.6 Systems Biology
B.5.7 Algorithms and Software Tools
B.5.8 Bioinformatics models, methods & algorithms
B.5.9 Immunoinformatics
B.5.10 Other
B.6 Specific Topics
B.6.1 Disease Management (healthcare personnel, patient and caregiver point of view)
B.6.2 Disease Surveillance and management of Outbreaks and Catastrophes
B.6.3 Crisis management of health issues in Natural Disasters and Catastrophes
B.6.4 Resource-poor Settings and Digital divide
B.6.5 Public Health
B.7 Free Topics

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