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From the International Medical Informatics Association

Research Fellow / Senior Research Fellow (Health Economics) Vacancy: UNSW, Australia

The Centre for Health Systems and Safety Research (CHSSR), Australian Institute of Health Innovation (AIHI), in the Faculty of Medicine at University of New South Wales (UNSW), Australia invites applications for the position of Senior Research Fellow/Research Fellow in Health Economics.

Position applications will close on 8th February 2013. Full information is at http://www.hr.unsw.edu.au/services/recruitment/jobs/07121204.html and anyone seeking further information about the position should contact Professor Johanna Westbrook, via Ph:(61 2) 9385 3856 or email: j.westbrook[at]unsw.edu.au

The CHSSR wishes to appoint a highly motivated and experienced researcher to work on a number of applied health economic evaluation studies, using a variety of methodological approaches, focused on the impact of health information technologies on health care delivery, outcomes and safety. The successful applicant will spend 50% of their time working on a large four year Australian Research Council Linkage project to examine the impact of an integrated service model for aged and community care. The remainder will be spent developing a new research stream within the Centre focused on the health economics of health information technologies.

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December 11, 2012 Posted by | Australia, vacancy | , | Leave a comment

UPDATE: Medinfo2013 Submission Deadlines; Reviewers Invited

SUBMISSION DEADLINES

***10 January 2013 for Panels, Tutorials, Workshops, Demo Proposals and Care for the World Proposal Submissions***

Papers, Student Papers, and Poster Submissions are now CLOSED.

CALL FOR REVIEWERS

Invitation and instructions – downloadable PDF file.

If you have previously been a reviewer, or been suggested by a member of the SPC, you should have recently received an invitation email to update your information. We encourage all colleagues to respond to the email – reviewing is an important element of the success and quality of Medinfo events. If you are not a reviewer, we encourage you sign up at https://medinfo2013.online-registry.net

Medinfo2013 SPC co-chairs Dominik Aronsky (Switzerland) and Tze-­Yun Leong (Singapore), together with IMIA VP Medinfo Riccardo Bellazzi (Italy) and the Danish LOC, encourage you to submit your work for Medinfo2013. Go directly to https://medinfo2013.online-registry.net or via the Medinfo2013 website – www.medinfo2013.dk

The Call for Submissions is also available as a downloadable PDF file.

All accepted papers will be OPEN ACCESS immediately and indexed in PubMed/Medline.

Please distribute this information widely among your friends and colleagues, consider submitting your work to Medinfo2013, and we look forward to seeing you in Copenhagen, Denmark in late August, 2013.

Instructions for authors in relation to the categories of submissions are available on the Medinfo2013 website – via http://www.medinfo2013.dk/node/13 We ask that you read the categories of submission carefully – especially new categories such as the ‘Care of the World mini-symposium’ – and make sure that you submit your work to the appropriate category.

We remind you to adhere as closely as possible to the submission formats – submissions that do not conform may be rejected without review.

December 11, 2012 Posted by | conference, Denmark, education, Europe, IMIA, medinfo, Medinfo2013 | , , | Leave a comment