HC2007 Challenging Boundaries

HC2007Call for Participation
If Health Informatics is to meet the challenges and advance its role, it must publicise new solutions and creative ideas. YOU are invited to contribute to this body of knowledge and/or submit a proposal or topic that you believe HC2007 should feature in its programme.

There is an opportunity for some of the stronger papers to be published in either Medical Informatics and the Internet in Medicine or in Informatics in Primary Care - both internationally recognised, indexed journals.

Be creative, challenge boundaries

The deadline for all submissions is 23 October 2006. Submissions for the formal conference proceedings cannot be accommodated after this time, given the publishing schedule for the conference. Details on how to submit will be available from this site in due course. The instructions to authors must be adhered to. Papers submitted in an incorrect format will be rejected.

Type of presentation Requirement

  • Paper presentation
  • Panel session
  • Poster session/Work in progress
  • Satellite session
  • Themed tutorial
  • Other types of submission

Please note that all participants, including speakers, must register for the conference and pay the appropriate attendance fee. Presenters of sessions (not satellites) are offered a discount from the full fee, details will be forwarded to authors upon notification of acceptance of papers.

For furher information, please visit:
www.health-informatics.org/

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