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2nd European Workshop on Practical Aspects of Health Informatics
Citizen-centred health information technologies (HIT):
Communicative opportunities and challenges.
CALL FOR PAPERS
May 19th-20th 2014
March 15th 2014 March 23rd 2014 (extended!)
The proceedings of PAHI 2014 are now available: http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-1251
The program for PAHI 2014 is available here: http://sislab.no/pahi/program.pdf
Please see registration information for PAHI 2014 here: http://sislab.no/pahi/invitation.rtf
We have reserved a block of rooms at Rica Bakklandet Hotel. The conference rate is NOK 970 per night, breakfast and internet included.
Rooms are reserved until May 5th - mention the reference number
pahintnu190514.grp when booking.
See some additional suggestions in the local information!
The workshop will be held in Auditorium KA11, The Knowledge Centre ("kunnskapssentret") St Olavs Hospital (see
http://www.stolav.no/no/Pasient/Nyttig-informasjon/Finne-fram/Kart/96714/ for more detailed maps).
SCOPE AND OBJECTIVES
Health informatics is a discipline
meeting at the intersection of the health profession and the computer
science/informatics profession. Although traditionally used by healthcare profssionals, health informatics applications are now
increasingly being developed for use by the patients themselves, and
this presents significant challenges with respect to, e.g., usability,
since many patients are frail, disabled or have cognitive impairments.
The workshop will bring together researchers, practitioners and administrators from different disciplines concerned with issues of health informatics in the fields of technology, healthcare and the human and social sciences.
The Workshop topics include (but are not limited to) the following:
- eHealth communication
- eHealth literacy
- Professional and lay communication in citizen-centred records
- Quality and risk management in eHealth
- eHealth ethics
- The increasing mobility and communication in citizen-centred records
- Lessons learned in relation to failure projects
- Patient-centred ICT
- The impact of ICT for professional healthcare practice
- Translating HI research into clinical practice
- Methodological development of healthcare ICT relevant for practice
- Usability of health informatics
- Policies and strategies for ICT in healthcare
- Bridging the gap between health informatics research and clinical practice
- Health informatics on new computing platforms
- Health informatics for home use
- Coordination aspects in use of health informatics
- Design aspects of health informatics
Papers should be submitted to EasyChair at the following address:
Accepted papers will be published in CEUR Workshop Proceedings (ISSN 1613-0073).
Full papers should be minimum 5 pages, and formatted according to the template found here: (word)
or here: (LaTeX). There is no maximum page length.
Short papers (2 page extended abstract) may be submitted using the same template, but will not be subject to full peer review, and will not be eligible for CRISTIN publication points.
2013 Proceedings online
The procedings of PAHI 2013 have been published at CEUR Workshop proceedings:
PAHI 2013 web page
|March 15th 2014 March 23rd 2014 (extended!)
|April 15th, 2014 May 2nd 2014
| April 27th, 2014 May 5th 2014
Camera Ready Papers (post-proceedings):
June 8th, 2013
Digital Health Institute, UK
Ellen A. A. Jaatun
Institute of cancer research and molecular medicine, NTNU, and St Olavs Hospital, Norway
Kirsti Berntsen, PhD
Heidi Gilstad, PhD
Martin Gilje Jaatun
If you have any questions about paper submission or the workshop, please contact the workshop organizers at pahi <at> sislab <dot> no.
International Program Committee
Elke Beck, University of Saltzburg, Austria
Johan Gustav Bellika, University of Tromsø, Norway
Kirsti Berntsen, NTNU, Norway
Pernille Bertelsen, Aalborg University, Denmark
Berit Brattheim, Sør-Trøndelag University College, Norway
Brian Dixon, InDI, Glasgow School of Art, UK
Gunnar Ellingsen, University of Tromsø, Norway
Arild Faxvaag, NTNU, Norway
Florian Foerster, Georgia Institute of Technology, US
Tara French, InDI, Glasgow School of Art, UK
Heidi Gilstad, NTNU, Norway
Gunnar Hartvigsen, University of Tromsø, Norway
Anna Marie Balling Høstgaard, Aalborg University, Denmark
Erna Håland, NTNU, Norway
Ellen Jaatun, NTNU, Norway
Martin Gilje Jaatun, SINTEF ICT, Norway
Bridget Kane, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Gunnar Klein, Ørebro University, Sweden
Yngve Lamo, Bergen University College, Norway
Andreas Landmark, NTNU, Norway
Børge Lillebo, NTNU, Norway
Wendy MacCaull, St Francis Xavier University, Canada
Anne Lise Sagen Major, Central Norway Pharmaceutical Trust Ålesund, Norway
Line Melby, UiO, Norway
Marius Mikalsen, SINTEF ICT, Norway
Irene Olaussen, Norwegian Directorate of Health
Claudia Pagliari, University of Edinburgh, UK
Rune Pedersen, Norwegian Centre of Integrated Care and Telemedicine, Tromsø
Anders Kofod-Petersen, NTNU, Norway
Srikant Sarangi, Aalborg University, Denmark
Isabella Scandurra, Uppsala University, Sweden
Gry Seland, Vivit, Norway
Inger Sørby, Vivit, Norway
Gøril Thomassen, NTNU, Norway
Leendert Wienhofen, SINTEF ICT, Norway
All submitted papers will be reviewed by the workshop technical program committee members.
The workshop is organized by NTNU and the Norwegian Women's Network in Health Informatics.
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