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Link: http://www.medinfo-lyon.org/en/call/recos
 
When Apr 26, 2019 - Apr 29, 2019
Where lyon
Submission Deadline Nov 12, 2018
Notification Due Dec 21, 2018
Final Version Due Apr 1, 2019
Categories    medical informatics   public health   care delivery   biomedical data
 

Call For Papers

The SPC solicits authors to submit scientific papers addressing a variety of themes, including – but not limited to – the following:

IMIA Track 1: Interpreting health and biomedical data
Data interoperability and data integration
Information models and data representation standards
Controlled terminologies, ontologies, and vocabularies
Biomedical imaging and image analysis
Visualization
Natural language processing
Machine learning and data mining
Artificial Intelligence methods and tools
Big data analytics
Health data science
Quality of data and metadata

IMIA Track 2: Supporting care delivery
Health information systems and evaluation
Electronic health records / electronic patient records
Learning healthcare system
Clinical decision support systems and reasoning
Clinical guidelines
Health-enabling technologies and sensors
Telemedicine and telehealth
Medical robotics
Safety and security of health information systems and medical devices

IMIA Track 3: Enabling precision medicine and public health
Individualized therapy
Measuring outcomes
Healthcare quality
Patient safety
Genomics and pharmacogenomics
Public health informatics
Biosurveillance
Registries and health information exchange
Health policy issues
Disaster management
IMIA Track 4: The human element in medical informatics
Human computer interfaces and usability
Education and capacity building
Learning analytics for competence assessment
Patient simulators
Serious gaming
Patient empowerment / engagement
Social media, mobile apps, and patient portals
Human factors and technology adoption
Legal, ethical, and regulatory issues
Privacy and consent management
Health information literacy


Reduced fee: Applies to (1) students or to (2) applicants from countries in the United Nations list of least developed countries. UN classification: AFGHANISTAN, ANGOLA, BANGLADESH, BENIN, BHUTAN, BURKINA FASO, BURUNDI, CAMBODIA, CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC, CHAD, COMOROS, CONGO, DEM. REP., DJIBOUTI, ERITREA, ETHIOPIA, GAMBIA, THE, GUINEA, GUINEA-BISSAU, HAITI, KIRIBATI, LAO PDR, LESOTHO, LIBERIA, MADAGASCAR, MALAWI, MALI, MAURITANIA, MOZAMBIQUE, MYANMAR, NEPAL, NIGER, RWANDA, SAO TOME AND PRINCIPE, SENEGAL, SIERRA LEONE, SOLOMON ISLANDS, SOMALIA, SOUTH SUDAN, SUDAN, TANZANIA, TIMOR-LESTE, TOGO, TUVALU, UGANDA, VANUATU, YEMEN, REP., ZAMBIA.

(1) Student status only applies to full-time undergraduate students (not to part-time or postgraduate students) and is limited to 200 registrations, which will be granted on a first-come first-served basis.
(2) If you work in a country of the UN list of least developed countries, you are entitled to a reduced fee as soon as you submit an oral presentation or a poster. Moreover, if your submission is accepted as an oral presentation or a poster, you can apply for registration fee waiver. If you do not work in a country of the UN list of least developed countries and your submission is accepted as an oral presentation or a poster, you can apply for a reduced fee.

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