HC2007- Conference organised by British Computer Society Health Informatics Forum

HC200719-21 March 2007 - Harrogate, England
The annual Healthcare Computing conference combines the interests of IM&T practitioners, clinicians and researchers. Each year, the programme covers a wider range of subjects, and there's always something new and unusual alongside the well-established. One constant thread from visitor feedback is that they rate highly the sessions where they can hear about the experiences of real-life implementation and change.

Others want to know what you are doing!

We're keen to encourage people working on such projects to come and share experiences and learning with colleagues and peers at Harrogate. We also know that it's not always easy to prepare submissions that do your work justice and meet the standards that our delegates have come to expect. But we don't want you to be deterred, so this year we are trying something new.

If you think you've got a story to tell, come and talk to us about it and we will help you decide the best way to present it at Harrogate in March 2007. You may decide to submit a standard paper or poster, in which case we'll offer advice and support; or you may want to look at demonstrations, panel discussions, or something completely different.

Either way, our message is clear. The work that interested, stimulated, and educated you will certainly do the same for your colleagues in Health Informatics. And there is no better place to get your message across than Healthcare Computing.

See Call for Participation, or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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

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