NI, the international congress in nursing informatics, is the world’s meeting place for nurses and midwives at the cutting edge of health’s digital transformation. NI 2020 celebrates the ‘International year of the nurse and midwife’ and will run in conjunction with HIC 2020, Australia’s largest digital health conference for health’s forward-thinkers.
Call for submissions are now open for both conferences. As a profiled presenter, you will be heard by a broad and knowledgeable audience interested in hearing about your research, case studies, innovative ideas and life experiences. You will also be in contention for a prestigious HISA or IMIA NI health informatics award.
Bring us your stories – 1500+ delegates from around the world want to hear from you!
NI 2020 key dates
Call for submissions 23 August 2019
Submissions close 29 November 2019
Notification to authors Week of 24 February 2020
Author registration deadline 27 March 2020
Workshops are aimed at engaging the audience and collaboratively working around a specific theme. Facilitators work with attendees over 90 or 180 minutes to achieve learning objectives.
A panel is typically 90 minutes and features 3-5 panellists who are thought leaders in their field. Panels provide the opportunity to engage with the audience and have deeper conversations.
A poster illustrates pilot research, research in progress, or the design of a system or process, with a clear statement of the degree of innovation and key learning to date.
HIC 2020 Bringing together health’s forward thinkers
Submissions are invited across 3 streams – clinical, industry and academic/scientific. Submissions are encouraged across a range of healthcare settings including public and private hospitals, nursing, primary care, indigenous, aged and community care and multi-cultural services.
Abstracts are invited from practitioners working in a clinical environment on digital health projects aimed at improving patient outcomes.
Abstracts are invited which showcase the practical application of the latest digital health technologies and innovation in the health sector.