Expression of Interest for Presentations

Would you like to present?

For your chance to speak at Health Data Analytics, HISA encourages you to submit an expression of interest while considering the themes and health informatics specialty areas below:

Clinical Analytics
  • Patient analytics
  • Clinical decision making
  • Clinical trials
  • Health and care interventions
Use of Data Sciences in Health
  • Community based healthcare technologies
  • Acute care technologies
  • Clinical and medical research technologies
Primary and Community Care
  • Managing rise in consumer expectations
  • Consumer access to data
  • Aged care
  • Rural healthcare
Workforce
  • Building skills and capability
  • Analytics, bio-statistician, bio-informatics
  • Health service management
Future of Medicine
  • Genomics
  • Precision and personalised medicine
  • Population health
  • Population Health Management (PHM)
Health Policy & Ethics
  • Cybersecurity
  • Privacy
  • Data governance
  • Data standards
Data Analytics methods/tools in health data
  • Statistical analysis tools
  • Natural language processing / Text analytics
  • Machine learning applications
  • Medical Data mining
  • Predictive analytics

Notes

  • Presentations will be geared towards digital health executives, clinicians, and informaticians.
  • The presentation formats will include 15-30 minute lectures, or 30-60 minute workshops.
  • Your allocated format will be chosen at the committee’s discretion
  • Lectures include optional Q&A time
  • For workshops, please consider the level of interaction as attendance is voluntary and may vary. Printed materials are the responsibility of the presenter

Why you should submit

  • Be part of our program that will boast some incredible keynote speakers
  • Have your voice heard and contribute to the dialogue of the conference
  • Show others how you are using small and big data in healthcare
  • Share you research and studies on ways to improve healthcare
  • Partner with healthcare facilities, clinicians, vendors and researchers to present a compelling case for the value of ‘on the shop floor’ implementations

Key dates

Submissions close Sunday 17 June 2018
Notifications Tuesday 17 July 2018