From the International Medical Informatics Association

Medinfo2010 – 200 days to go and other updates

There are now only 200 days to go the start of Medinfo2010 in Cape Town, South Africa ( – at least, that is what the app on my iPod Touch tells me, and Wolfram Alpha concurs.

Many of you will have been receiving emails in the last 7-10 days about the outcomes of your submissions to the scientific programme. Congratulations to those who have had their submissions accepted, and commiserations to those who have not been as successful. We hope that, whatever the outcome, many of you will now be making your plans to attend, and IMIA look forward to welcoming many friends and colleagues, old and new, to this, the first African Medinfo.

Remember that the closing date for early bird registration is 28 February.

You can follow all the latest news updates on the Medinfo2010 website; you can also follow on Twitter – @medinfo2010

We have also set up a Medinfo2010 event page for those who use Facebook >>> – sign up to the event page and let us know you plans, and what you want to get out of, and will be putting into, Medinfo2010. Hopefully, the event page, and other forms of virtual interaction that we and others will be developing, will allow those who cannot be in Cape Town to have some interaction.

February 24, 2010 - Posted by | Africa, conference, IMIA, medinfo2010, Uncategorized | , , , , , , , ,

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