Global Telehealth 2018 - Final Call for Papers

7th International Conference on Global Telehealth GT2018

Final Call for Papers

7th International Conference on Global Telehealth GT2018
Organised in conjunction with CMA-APAMI-AEHIN Digital Health Week 2018 http://dhw2018.org
Colombo, Sri Lanka, 10-11 October 2018

Global Telehealth 2018 (GT2018) continues the series of international conferences initiated in Perth AU in 2010 with endorsement by the International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth (ISfTeH). Subsequent meetings were held in Sydney AU (2012), Durban ZA (2014), Toronto CA (2015), Auckland NZ (2016) and Adelaide AU (2017). GT2018 will be hosted by the Commonwealth Medical Association and the Health Informatics Society of Sri Lanka, supported by the Asia Pacific Association for Medical Informatics (APAMI), Asia eHealth Information Network (AeHIN) and IMIA Telehealth WG. The conference will be held in association with the other meetings of Digital Health Week. The joint event will consist of coordinated parallel and plenary presentation sessions, as well as poster and product display sessions. An associated vendor exhibition and a workshop / tutorial programme will be held in conjunction. The GT2018 track will be scheduled over two successive days to allow all authors to make oral presentations of their papers.The Telehealth domain of interest covers a broad scope: from enabling direct clinical interventions and interactions by real-time or store-forward processes, to patient centred care needs such as personal monitoring and care team support, and to education, policy and professional aspects. Telehealth contributes to the new challenges of healthcare sustainability, supporting development and delivery on a wide scale of innovative models of care for treatment of disease, patient health management, home-based care and self-care, preventive health and health promotion. Telehealth also acts as a major change driver in global health issues aided by the rapid uptake of leapfrog new technologies like mobile wireless communications, smart phones or tablet computers, website and internet-based online resources. Mainstream activities in healthcare systems internationally leverage Telehealth to address these areas, with overarching aspirations to improve access, efficiency, quality and safety. This conference provides a platform for sharing of related best practice and directions across the international community.Submissions
Original contributions in all fields of Telehealth (and closely related topics in eHealth) are invited in the form of full Papers (maximum 8 pages or approximately 4000 words, not previously published). Acceptance of Papers will be subject to peer review by an international programme committee of technical experts. It is intended that accepted Papers will appear in a commercially published and indexed e-book in the IOS Press series “Studies in Health Technology and Informatics” as for previous Global Telehealth conferences.Submissions must contain a clear statement of aims, methods, results and conclusions for the work reported. Papers will be judged on originality, significance, technical quality, relevance to the conference, and presentation. Submission of a Paper implies an undertaking that, should it be accepted, at least 1 author will register and attend the conference to present, and will provide a camera-ready version for publication.Submissions should be prepared in Word or Latex using the formatting instructions http://www.iospress.nl/service/authors/latex-and-word-tools-for-book-authors/ and must then be converted to PDF file format before being uploaded to the conference submission portal. Accepted authors will subsequently be required to provide final revised submissions in Word or Latex file format in compliance with IOS Press book formatting instructions, by email, so the file can be forwarded directly to IOS Press.Topics
Submissions should address current work on research or practice in Telehealth, including but not limited to:
• clinical applications of telemedicine
• teleconsultation and telecollaboration
• tele-procedures & robotic surgical methods
• telecare and remote patient monitoring
• tele-education and clinical training
• evaluation and benefits of telehealth
• smart homes and assistive technologies
• mHealth, mobile and wireless applications
• web, internet and online health resources
• gaming and simulation for health behaviour
• preventive health and health promotion
• public health interventions and surveillance
• telehealth technologies and services
• telehealth for rural or remote areas
• telehealth in resource limited settings
• telehealth policy and governance issues
• telehealth software and systems
• international trends and perspectivesTimeline

  • Full Paper submission deadline:  now extended to Monday 7 May 2018
  • Notification of acceptance to authors: Friday 1 June 2018
  • Camera-ready copy for proceedings: Friday 15 June 2018
  • Registration deadline (Authors & Early-bird) Saturday 30 June 2018

General Co-Chairs:
Dr Shashi Gogia, Society for Administration of Telemedicine and Healthcare Informatics, India & Dr Rohana Marasinghe, University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Sri LankaProgramme Co-Chairs:
Prof Anthony Maeder, Flinders Digital Health Research Centre, Flinders University, Australia & Dr Jeewani Ginige, Western Sydney University, AustraliaContact e-mail: General enquiries about GT2018 matters should be directed to Tämä sähköpostiosoite on suojattu spamboteilta. Tarvitset JavaScript-tuen nähdäksesi sen.


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