NI2020 submissions deadline extended to 6 Dec 2019

NI 2020 submissions deadline extended to 6 Dec 2019
NI 2020 is the global meeting place for nursing informatics.
NI 2020 celebrates the 'International year of the nurse and midwife' and the program theme is "Nurses and midwives in the digital age".
Submissions are invited to present at NI 2020. We want to hear from nurses and midwives on the ‘shop floor’ of healthcare – not just those that identify as nurse informaticians, but all the brilliant nurses and midwives who are working on digital health projects all around the world.
As a profiled presenter, you will be recognised on the international stage, and potentially be acknowledged with a prestigious IMIA NI health informatics award.
Bring us your stories – 1500+ delegates from around the world want to hear from you!
Key dates
Submissions close
6 Dec 2019
?Notification to authors
Week of 24 Feb 2020
Author registration deadline
27 Mar 2020
There are discounts for HISA/HINZ/IMIA members, for groups of 5 or more from the same organisation and for students. You can also get a day pass and choose the day you want to attend.
Never written an abstract before?
Your conference abstract is a sales tool, and often, the only piece of your work that we will see - so use it to impress us! Here are some simple steps and guidelines that you can adapt to fit your submission.
Papers are original contribution that either describes a study, a novel system, methodology, or new insights from research or practice. A paper is shared by 15-minute oral presentation.
Workshops are aimed at engaging the audience and collaboratively working around a specific theme. Facilitators work with attendees over 90 or 180 minutes to achieve learning objectives.
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A panel is typically 90 minutes and features 3-5 panellists who are thought leaders in their field. Panels provide the opportunity to engage with the audience and have deeper conversations.
Be on a panel
A poster illustrates pilot research, research in progress, or the design of a system or process, with a clear statement of the degree of innovation and key learning to date.
Present a poster
Case study abstracts
Clinical case study abstracts
Abstracts are invited from nurses and midwives working in a clinical environment about informatics projects aimed at improving the day-to-day delivery of patient care.

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