From the International Medical Informatics Association

8th ICICTH Samos – 15-17 July, 2010

The eighth International Conference on Information Communication Technologies in Health (8th ICICTH SAMOS 2010 – will be held from July 15th (Thursday) to July 17th (Saturday) at the INEAG conference venue, on the Island of Samos, Greece. The Conference will build on the success of previous conferences, which were held on Samos island, Greece with European Federation for Medical Informatics (EFMI) support.

The 8th ICICTH SAMOS 2010 event aims to facilitate discussion on the effective use of ICT in the process of healthcare and to provide a forum for scientific debate and constructive interaction in a multi cultural social environment. The conference provides a platform for scientists and clinicians to present research work; to exchange knowledge, ideas and experience and to identify and discuss the challenges and solutions to effective management and deployment of technology applications. Ph.D candidates are explicitly invited to present and discuss their research ideas and work in progress.

The Call for Submissions ( closes on April 30, 2010. Submission of paper/manuscript should be to icicth[at] (attention: Dr. Ilias Delis, or Dr. Maria Katharaki).

Scientific papers approved by the Scientific Committee of the ICICTH 2010 as suitable for oral presentations in plenary sessions will be published in full in the conference proceedings. Selected papers will also be published in “Applied Clinical Informatics (ACI)” after peer revision.

The conference is co-organized by:

  • Research and Training Institute of the East Aegean (INEAG), Greece;
  • National & Kapodistrian University of Athens – Faculty of Nursing, Greece;
  • University for Health Sciences, Medical Informatics & Technology, Austria;
  • Institute of Biomedical Engineering, Bogazici University, Turkey; and
  • GHIA – Greek Health Informatics Association.

January 4, 2010 - Posted by | conference, EFMI, Europe | , , , ,

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