ITCH'96 INFORMATION

Jim Coward jcoward at mail.islandnet.com
Wed Sep 11 17:22:08 EST 1996


   ITCH'96 Information Technology in Community Health
       APPROPRIATE SYSTEMS / APPROPRIATE DECISIONS
      November 3-6, 1996 Victoria Conference Centre

This is the working theme for the 1996 International Conference being held
in Victoria, Canada to discuss issues on information technology and
community health.  Information Technology in Community Health, ITCH '96,
is a very high quality event that will attract people from all over the world.

ITCH organizers have always interpreted community health to mean all
aspects and areas of the health system; from acute care to public health,
from research to education programs, and from Physicians to informatics
professionals.

This is the seventh time the conference has been held and will be attended
by health professionals, physicians, information and computer systems
experts, academics and researchers, hospital administrators, and public
health providers.  

You can find out more about ITCH '96, the History of ITCH Conferences or
take a look at the 1996 program, pre-conference events, sponsors, keynote
speakers, and accepted papers at their website:

  "http://www.hsd.uvic.ca/HIS/ITCH/itch96/itch96.htm"

For more direct email information send a note to:  ITCH at HSD.UVIC.CA  or
telephone UVic Conference Management at (604) 721-8470.

Please do not use the "reply" function....email to the address above..thanks.

This Conference is sponsored by the B.C. Ministry of Health, the University
of Victoria, the Canadian Public Health Association, the School of Health
Information Science, and COACH, Canada's Health Informatics Association.


 Jim Coward, CHE (Coordinator, BC Health Information Standards Council)
Organizing Committee - ITCH'96 Information Technology in Community Health
        ITCH'96 WEBPAGE:  http://www.hsd.uvic.ca/HIS/ITCH/ITCH.htm 
    Phone (604)952-1838 FAX (604) 658-6394  Cell Phone (604) 881-2537
        Jim's Website:  http://www.islandnet.com/~jcoward/homepage.htm 





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