The 25th HISI Conference & Scientific Symposium has been postponed
As we are sure you already know, the Health Informatics community is currently facing a particularly challenging period. For this reason and after careful consideration the HISI Conference and Scientific Symposium Organising Committee has made the difficult decision to postpone the conference until Spring 2021.
While we know this is disappointing, we hope you understand this decision has been made with our members’ best interest at heart.
We’ll update you with the new dates as soon as they’re confirmed.
If you have any questions regarding the postponement of the 25th HISI Conference and Scientific Symposium please feel free to get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Event
The Health Informatics Society of Ireland (HISI) Conference and Scientific Symposium returns for its 25th birthday and will take place on 18/19 and 25/26 November 2020, online, through its own dedicated digital platform.
The HISI Conference facilitates the largest gathering of healthcare professionals each year. Through it's combination of expert presentations, plenary sessions, academic papers, panels and workshops, it provides a stimulating environment for all healthcare professionals to discuss and debate emerging issues in health. Its broad scope means that digital health stakeholders, decision makers and those with an interest in health informatics can contribute.
Call for Papers and Posters - Open to postgraduates and undergraduates
DEADLINE EXTENDED UNTIL TUESDAY, 27 OCTOBER 2020
Preparations for the 25th Annual Health Informatics Society of Ireland Conference & Scientific Symposium are well underway. We would like to encourage everyone to submit position papers, research findings, case studies and other materials for the conference if they have yet to do so.
The deadline for paper and poster submission is:
Monday 19 October 2020
Tuesday 27 October 2020
Papers submitted should be of high quality, representing the best in Irish Health Informatics research into eHealth, mHealth and Health Interoperability. Contributions can be theoretical or empirical in nature, and from a variety of perspectives: legal, societal, cultural, commercial, technical, etc. With a view to furthering Health Informatics research, papers submitted should aim to reflect upon challenges in the field and propose solutions where possible.