Call for Papers

Full Papers, Short Communication Papers and Posters Submissions Deadline EXTENDED to 30 June 2022.

All submissions must be in English and formatted according to the IOS Press style for Studies in Health Technology and Informatics.

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Submissions length:

  • Full papers must not exceed five pages.

  • Workshops and Panels must not exceed three pages.

  • Posters and Short Communication Papers must not exceed two pages.


Suggested Structure:

  • The Full paper structure should be: Title, Authors, Affiliations, Abstract, Keywords, Introduction, Methods, Results, Discussion, Conclusions, Acknowledgements and References. The Abstract length must not exceed 300 words.

  • Workshop and Panel submissions should not exceed 3 pages. The structure of the proposals should be: Title, Proposers, Affiliations, Abstract, Keywords, Introduction, Organization of the Panel/Workshop, Objectives, Program, Participants, Intended outcome.

  • Posters and Short Communication Papers proposals should not exceed 2 pages. Their structure should be the same as the one for full papers. The proposed sections could be merged. Abstract length must not exceed 120 words. References are required.

All submissions will be subject to a peer-review process by independent reviewers.

The Scientific Programme Committee will reject submissions that do not follow the IOS Press templates or that exceed the specified page length.


Submission deadline for Full Papers, Posters and Short Communication Papers EXTENDED: 30 June 2022

Other Submissions deadline: 31 July 2022


Conference proceedings will be published with open access in the IOS Press series Studies in Health Technology and Informatics.

Full Papers, Posters and Short Communication Papers will be included in the conference proceedings.

Conference Topics include:

  • Education in health and care informatics

  • Professional recognition and certification

  • Continuing professional development

  • Curriculum development and learning outcomes

  • International recommendations and local application

  • Informatics skills and competencies

  • Interdisciplinary health and care informatics

  • Global needs in informatics professionalism

  • Distance and blended learning