CALL FOR PAPERS

The Health Informatics Society of Australia celebrates its 25th anniversary in 2018 so make this the year you become a HIC presenter!

The Call for Papers is open for HIC in Sydney 29 July – 1 August 2018. As a presenter you will be heard by a broad and knowledgeable audience interested in hearing about your research and case studies, innovative ideas and life experiences. You will also be in contention for a prestigious HISA health informatics award. Bring us your success stories, your research and case studies! HIC delegates want to learn and network with the best researchers, scientists, educational leaders and experts in their fields.

HISA is for Australia’s forward-thinkers: Make 2018 your goal-setting year and join in our 25th anniversary year celebration.

Elizabeth CummingsElizabeth Cummings
HIC 2018 Academic/Scientific Co-Chair
Associate Professor, School of Health Sciences, University of Tasmania and Deputy Chair, Nursing Informatics Australia

Dr Angus RitchieDr Angus Ritchie
HIC 2018 Clinical Chair
Chief Medical Information Officer
Sydney Local Health District

Angela RyanAngela Ryan
HIC 2018 Academic/Scientific Co-Chair
General Manager, Clinical Programs & Deputy CCIO – Clinical & Consumer Engagement & Clinical Governance, Australian Digital Health Agency
Vice President, ACHI

Lissa SmithLissa Smith
HIC 2018 Industry Chair
Managing Director, Owner of 360health Pty Ltd

Key dates

Submissions close Wednesday 14 March 2018
Notifications Tuesday 1 May 2018
Resubmission for acceptances Monday 14 May 2018

Make sure your research, your project, your innovation, your experience, your learnings are a part of the biggest health informatics and e-health event on the 2017 calendar.

Why you should submit

  • Show others how your organisation has been successful in using e-health!
  • Share your research and studies on ways to improve healthcare
  • Automatic entry into HISA’s prestigious academic and industry awards
  • Partner with healthcare facilities, clinicians, vendors and others to present a compelling case for the value of ‘on the shop floor’ implementation
  • Have your voice heard