AHIC 2010 : 1st Advances in Health Informatics Conference 2010
Call For Papers
DEADLINE FOR PAPERS EXTENDED TO: JANUARY 11, 2010 MIDNIGHT (MST)
The Scientific Program Committee (SPC) invites submissions of full papers on Health Informatics research, education, practice, or policy development/implementation.
In addition to in-person conference attendance, AHIC is offering a 'green conference.' This will allow participants to attend through electronic communication means such as videoconference, web conference, or teleconference. Virtual attendance may be in whole or in part.
AHIC 2010 submissions will be categorized as either foundational contributions of novel informatics concepts, methods, and tools, or the application and evaluation of informatics within practical, day-to-day healthcare practice and education.
To assist attendees in identifying sessions in which they are most interested, the Scientific Program Committee will organize the accepted submissions into these category themes:
1. Progress in Health Informatics in foundational and applied research.
2. Advances in Health Informatics education.
3. New developments in evidence-based eHealth policy development and implementation, or healthcare practice.
Theme words: (practice, research & education)
- clinical research informatics
- health informatics theory and methods
- medical imaging and PACS
- terminology and standards
- patient and citizen engagement
- workflow and human factors (clinical, administrative, organizational)
- decision support, outcomes, and patient safety
- people and organizational issues
- knowledge transfer
- curriculum and program design implementation
- evidence-based policy development
- policy and ethical issues
- policy implementation
- partnerships in innovation
- working with industry
- other topics
CATEGORIES OF SUBMISSION
Submissions must include a discussion of results or outcome data. The types of submissions considered for AHIC 2010 and general requirements for each are as follows. All submissions must conform to the format and presentation requirements described herein. Submissions not conforming to these specifications will not be considered. Papers must be the author’s original work, be well organized and clearly articulate the ideas and methodology (or be appropriately referenced). Include relevant tables, graphs, or illustrations to document outcomes and impacts.
Content will generally be organized in the following order:
Address for correspondence
Type 1 – Long paper (6 pages)
Type 2 – Short paper (3 pages)
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