SHI 2022 is an interdisciplinary forum for researchers in health informatics and digital health, and aims to facilitate scientific discussion, share experiences, and promote collaboration and networking.
The target audience is researchers and others interested in health informatics, including stakeholds in development, implementation, evaluation, teaching, and health sector management.
We welcome empirical as well as theoretical and methodological papers from all countries. We encourage Ph.D. students, postdocs and junior researchers to submit their work.
We welcome submissions in topics related to health informatics and health technology, including, but not limited to, the following areas:
Health Information Systems and central components • System/solution/information architectures • Evaluation of services, processes and solutions • EHR/MHR/EPJ/PHR systems • Standardization in Health Information Systems and Applications
Human Factors in Health Informatics design • Usability evaluation • Universal design • User-centered design and evaluation • Context awareness, ubiquitous, and persuasive technologies
eHealth & mHealth Solutions • Public health support solutions • Telehealth, Telemedicine and Telecare • Pandemic surveillance and decision support • E-consultation/virtual consultation • E-services, business models, and implementations • eHealth and organizational change • Games for health/serious games
Citizen-centric Health Informatics • Patient generated health data • Self-empowerment and management of health and wellbeing • Health and fitness assessment and eCoaching • Ambient assistent living • Non-communicable diseases
Security, Privacy, and Ethics • Health data governance and privacy protection • Legal and ethical considerations
AI and ML in eHealth applications and services • Big health data • Data analytics • Decision Support solutions • Modelling and standardization
Submissions will be evaluated by an international scientific program committee. SHI 2022 uses single blind peer-reviewing, and therefore submissions should have the names and affiliations of authors listed on the paper.
We welcome full papers (recommended 5 pages, max. 8 pages), extended abstracts (max. 2 pages) and poster abstracts (max. 1 page). Full papers, extended abstracts, and poster abstracts will be published by LiU Electronic Press, nominated as Level 1 publishing channel by the Norwegian Publishing Committee: https://ep.liu.se/en/home.aspx. Contributions must be written in English.
By submitting your paper you agree to publish it in the conference proceeding under a CC-BY-NC-license.
Please note that pressenting authors for accepted contribution must be registered to the conference in order to be included in the conference proceedings. Registration deadlines is August 1st.
Scientific program committee
Questions to the scientific program committee can be sent to email@example.com
André Henriksen, UiT The Arctic University of Norway, Chair
Elia Gabarron, Østfold University College, Norway, Co-Chair
Vivian Vimarlund, Linköping, Sweden, Co-Chair
Ashenafi Zebene Woldaregay, Norwegian Center for Clinical Artificial Intelligence, Norway
David Issom, University of Geneva, Switzerland
Dillys Larbi, Norwegian Centre for E-health Research, Norway
Eirik Årsand, UiT The Arctic University of Norway
Elia Gabarron, Østfold University College, Norway, Co-chair
Erlend Johannessen, UiT The Arctic University of Norway
Gro-Hilde Severinsen, Norwegian Center for E-health Research
Gunnar Hartvigsen, UiT The Arctic University of Norway
Hege Mari Johnsen, University of Agder, Norway
Jeppe Eriksen, Aalborg University, Denmark
Jonas Johansson, UiT The Arctic University of Norway
Juan Carlos Torrado Vidal, University Bergen, Norway
Keiichi Sato, Illinois Institute of Design, Chicago, USA
Lasse Krejberg, Aalborg University, Denmark
Line Silsand, Norwegian Center for E-health Research
Lisa Korsbakke Emtekær Hæsum, University College of Northern Denmark, Denmark
Mariann Fossum, University of Agder, Norway
Marte Hoff Hagen, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
Martin Gerdes, University of Agder, Norway
Meghan Bradway, Norwegian Center for E-health Research
Miroslav Muzny, Norwegian Center for E-health Research