Second Call – Health Informatics South Africa (HISA) 2013 Conference: Submissions Close 22 April
HISA 2013 Scientific Programme Committee Chair, Dr Nicky Mostert-Phipps (nicky.mostert[at]nmmu.ac.za), announces that the South African Computer Journal, the official journal of the South African Institute of Computer Scientists and Information Technologists and accredited by the South African Department of Higher Education and Training, will invite submission of the best papers from the conference, based on recommendations from the scientific programme committee. These papers will be reviewed to the journal’s standards, and must contain at least 30% additional material. Reviewing for the journal will be expedited to ensure publication of papers that do not require substantial changes in a special edition of SACJ in July 2013. SACJ is an open access journal with no cost for readers, enhancing your chances of being read and cited. To cover publication costs, the journal levies an open access charge, which can be waived for authors unable to fund such charges (usually met by university research offices, based on expected income from subsidized publications).
The South African Health Informatics Association (SAHIA – http://www.sahia.org.za) are pleased to announce their HISA 2013 conference. Full information is on the conference website – http://hisa.nmmu.ac.za Or download the PDF file : [Second Call PDF, 528kb]
The closing date for submissions is 22 April, 2013. (Notification of acceptance/rejection by end of May.)
Early bird registration closes on 31 March 2013
Standard registration: 1 April 2013 – 31 May 2013
Late registration: 1 June 2013 – 2 July 2013
HISA 2013 will be held on 03-05 July 2013 at the NMMU North Campus Conference Centre in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. The School of ICT from the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University will host the conference, which will take place at the University’s conference center facilities in Summerstrand.
The conference theme will be “Empowering patients and healthcare professionals with information and technologies”. The conference website (http://hisa.nmmu.ac.za) has full information.
The conference will be organized around the following major tracks:
- Health Information, Systems and Technologies
- e-Health in Africa
- Medical Imaging Informatics
- Nursing Informatics
- Telemedicine and m-Health
Submissions will be welcome in the form of peer-reviewed research papers, case studies, panels and workshops. Details of the Call and submission templates are at http://hisa.nmmu.ac.za/Call-for-Submissions
For more information, contact Prof Dalenca Pottas , Chair: Local Organizing Committee (dalenca.pottas[at]nmmu.ac.za) or Dr Nicky Mostert-Phipps, Chair: Scientific Programme Committee (nicky.mostert[at]nmmu.ac.za).
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