[Computational-biology] 2nd CfP: eTELEMED 2012 || January 30 - February 4, 2012 - Valencia, Spain

Cristina Pascual via comp-bio%40net.bio.net (by cris.pascual.gonzalez from gmail.com)
Sat Jul 23 08:40:20 EST 2011


INVITATION:

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Please consider to contribute to and/or forward to the appropriate
groups the following opportunity to submit and publish original
scientific results to eTELEMED 2012.
The submission deadline is set to September 5, 2011.
In addition, authors of selected papers will be invited to submit
extended article versions to one of the IARIA Journals:
http://www.iariajournals.org
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============== eTELEMED 2012 | Call for Papers ===============

CALL FOR PAPERS, TUTORIALS, PANELS

eTELEMED 2012: The Fourth International Conference on eHealth,
Telemedicine, and Social Medicine

January 30 - February 4, 2012 - Valencia, Spain

General page: http://www.iaria.org/conferences2012/eTELEMED12.html

Call for Papers: http://www.iaria.org/conferences2012/CfPeTELEMED12.html

- regular papers
- short papers (work in progress)
- posters
- ideas

Submission page: http://www.iaria.org/conferences2011/SubmiteTELEMED12.html

Submission deadline: September 5, 2011

Sponsored by IARIA, www.iaria.org

Extended versions of selected papers will be published in IARIA
Journals: http://www.iariajournals.org

Please note the Poster Forum and Work in Progress options.

The topics suggested by the conference can be discussed in term of
concepts, state of the art, research, standards, implementations,
running experiments, applications, and industrial case studies. Authors
are invited to submit complete unpublished papers, which are not under
review in any other conference or journal in the following, but not
limited to, topic areas.

All tracks are open to both research and industry contributions, in
terms of Regular papers, Posters, Work in progress,
Technical/marketing/business presentations, Demos, Tutorials, and Panels.

Before submission, please check and conform with the Editorial rules:
http://www.iaria.org/editorialrules.html

eTELEMED 2012 Topics (topics and submission details: see CfP on the site)

eHealth technology and devices
Telemedicine software and devices; Diagnostic/monitoring systems and
devices; Electronic health cards; Home monitoring services and
equipment; Telemedicine equipments; Online instruments supporting
independent living; eHealth telecommunication services; eHealth wireless
data communications; IPTV and/or phone portal clients; Standardised
biomarker analysis for intrinsic linkage to disease outcomes

eHealth data records
eHealth medical records; Reengineering of care plans in electronic
format; Digital imagery and films; Internet imaging localization and
archiving; Personal, adaptive, and content-based image retrieval
imaging; Privacy and accuracy communications of patient records; Secure
patient data storage; Secure communications of patient data;
Authenticated access to patient records; Patient privacy-enhancing
technologies (PETs); Robust approaches to algorithmic modeling of
outcomes; Dynamic graphing of individual’s data trends; Data aggregation
technologies; Delivery of information governance policies; Tools/systems
for automatic document metadata tagging; Dataset harmonization across
multiple sites; Standard/symbolic representations of multiple
physiological trends and clinical/life events

eHealth information processing
Web technology in medicine and eHealth; Web-enabled consumer-driven
eHealth; Electronic imagery and visualization frameworks; Color imaging
and multidimensional projections; Imaging interfaces and navigation;
Medical image processing; Video techniques for medical images; Computer
vision and resolution; Rapid evaluation of patient's status;
Anticipative processing of patient's status; Videoconferencing; Telepresence

eHealth systems and communications
Hospital information systems; Internet/intranet services; Surgical
systems; Sensor-based systems; Satellite eHealth communications; Secure
data transmissions; Body-sensor networks; Separation of concerns between
domain problems and technological choices; Service-Oriented Architecture
(SOA) approaches to maximize translation of clinical evidence;
Cross-border eHealth systems; HealthGrid; Wireless 'flooding' technology
providing cheap e-health platform support to whole towns/cities

eHealth systems and emergency situations
Medical emergencies and communications; Detection emergencies
situations; Medical resource allocation, optimization, and simulation;
Real-time emergency situations management; Security and accuracy of
emergency communications; Geolocalisation and optimization technology
services for emergency fleet vehicles

Telemedicine/eHealth applications
Virtual telemedicine; Mobile eHealth services; Home monitoring and
homecare applications; Wireless homecare; User-generated eHealth care;
Personalized medicine; Wireless telemedicine ; Telehomecare technologies
for the elderly; Automatic detection of infectious diseases

Telemedicine/eHealth services
Clinical telemedicine; Distributed surgery; Telemedicine and telehealth;
Telepathology; Telecardiology; Telerehabilitation; Elderly and impaired
patient services; Remote operational medicine; Remote consulting
services; Telemedicare monitoring; Vital signs monitoring; Computer
generated self care advice; Telemedicine handbag; Workflow approaches to
improve healthcare intervention outcomes; Workflow to improve patient
safety, decision support, and objective measurement of service quality;
Support for evidence-driven integrated care pathways (ICP’s)

Social and financial aspects
Safety in telemedicine; Business models; Cost-benefit studies; Legal and
ethical aspects; On-line payment and reimbursement issues; Ambient
Assisted Living; Shared-care systems for eHealth; Privacy in the eHealth
systems; Multi-lingual eHealth systems; Continuity in eHealth care;
System simulations for business case development and risk reduction;
Problem-independent (generic application) eHealth architecture; 'Lean'
e-health workflows; ‘Relative risk' dashboards - how the patient's
condition 'sits' within population risk

Classical medicine and eHealth integration
Wide-area integration of eHealth systems; Current eHealth realizations
and projects; Innovation in eHealth; Telemedicine portals;
Standardization and interconnectivity of eHealth systems; Implementation
of cross-border eHealth services; eHealth integration into routine
medical practice; Affordable approaches to e-Health; eHealth acceptance
with medical professionals and patients; Developing countries and
eHealth; Distance education for eHealth; xHR standardization; Impact of
‘global’ integration standards and interoperability projects (e.g. CDA,
IHE/XDS, SNOMED-CT, Continua Healthcare Alliance, IEEE11073, Common User
Interface (CUI)

Preventive eHealth systems
Systematic risk analysis technologies for disease early detection and
prevention; 'Patient path' hubs, mobile devices and/or dedicated
home-based network computers; Information models for evaluation of
disease progression risk/disease processes; Systems supporting
quantitative healthcare (predictive outcomes) modeling; Health risk
factor data collation and multiple longitudinal trend analyses; Support
for disease prevention aimed at healthy individuals; Data aggregation
and visualisation technologies for population-based reporting; 'Risk
signature’ discovery to indicate optimal preventative or screening
actions; Mapping SNOMED-CT terminologies to disease model archetypes;
Quantitative individualized outcome risk analysis; Services for
longitudinal data analysis/visualisation; Continuous workflow management
across clinic, home and mobile locations

Challenges of large-scale, cost-effective eHealth systems
Integrated technology, social/behavioral and business modelling research
for large-scale deployments; Total operational cost-effectiveness
modelling; Lessons from large-scale telehealth/telecare demonstrators in
different parts of the world; Standardised data collation
infrastructures (data service layers); Impact of grid and
service-oriented computing; Roles of global/international
interoperability organisations (e.g. IHE and Continua); Scaleable
multi-data trend management; Robust data collection along the ‘patient
path’ for improved decision support; Delivery of ‘composite’ process
functions (e.g. contributed by multiple vendor systems); Paths to
semantically-harmonised eHealth systems; Semantic interoperability and
openEHR archetypes; Applications of harmonised (standardised) datasets
across multiple sites; Keeping technology simple and affordable

Nurse team applications
ePatient and eNurse tools that are simple to adopt and use; Public
eHealth education & information; Life time health records; Primary care
centers and home monitoring; Monitoring for signs and progression of
complications; eHealth awareness, education and adoption; Mapping to
individualized care plans; Continuous ‘closed loop’ outcomes analysis;
Intervention measurement technologies; Personal target setting

Personalized eHealth
eHealth Systems in Mental Health; Preventive Systems and mobile activity
monitoring; eHealth and life; Fundamentals in eHealth personalization;
Wearable and implantable systems; Micro and nano eHealth sensors;
Diagnostics using biosensors and textiles; Interacting with organic
semiconductors; Personalized eHealth market; Personalized eHealth
business models; Ubiquitous monitoring; Personalized eHealth and
classical health networks; Trends in personalized eHealth; ICT solutions
for patient self-management

Clinical telemedicine
Stroke (Acute stroke; Thrombolytic therapy; Transient ischemic attacks;
Telestroke); Eplilepsy (Acute management of seizures, Follow-up
strategies, management of complications); ICU (remote intubation,
Management of acute respiratory distress); Cardiaology (EKG
interpretation, Tele-Echo, Management of acute coronary syndromes);
Pediatrics (Epilepsy, Cardiology-echo interpretation, Pediatrics
emergencies)

Rural and wilderness eHealth
Rural health and eHealth programs; Rural medical practice; Healthcare
challenges in rural areas; Provincial standards of emergency care;
Diagnosing in rural areas; Wilderness emergency medicine; Developing and
nurturing online communities for health; Rural self-health care

Environmental and travel telemedicine
Disease control and prevention; Geo-medical surveillance; Travel
health-related products, drugs and vaccines; Altitude medicine; Oceanic
medicine; Continuous monitoring of travelers' health; Self-health care

Committee:
http://www.iaria.org/conferences2012/ComeTELEMED12.html
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