Instruction for Authors

 

The following can be submitted to MIE2020:

Full Papers (5 pages) and Posters (2 pages)
Deadline October 1st
Published by IOS Press in their open access series “Studies in Health Technology and Informatics” and indexed in MEDLINE/PubMed, SciVerse Scopus, EMCare, Book Citation Index – Science and Thomson Reuters’ Conference Proceedings Citation Index. 

Panels, Workshops, tutorials, demonstrations (3 pages)
Deadline December 1st
Available via the conference website in non-indexed program book

Language

The official language for MIE2020 is English. All submissions must be in English. Submissions in any other language will be rejected without review. Values should be reported in the International System of Units. Authors are responsible for appropriate grammar, spelling, and punctuation in their submissions. Non-native English speakers are advised to consider employing the services of a professional editor or request review and editing from colleagues.

Guidelines for authors

The authors must comply strictly with IOS authors’ guidelines and use the appropriate template. Non-compliance to the templates including excessive length will lead to rejection.

Any submission requires to have at least one author registered to the conference once accepted. Multiple submission require one distinct registration per each accepted submission. Disrespect of this usual EFMI/MIE rule leads to acceptation cancellation.

Types of submissions

Full papers

Description: Full papers are original work submitted for publication in the indexed conference proceedings by IOS Press

Length: Full paper cannot exceed 5 pages

Format: must adhere to the IOS template and guidelines (see below). 

Presentation: Full papers are presented in dedicated session in 15mn

Submission deadline: October 1st

Podium presentation

Description: A podium abstract is an original contribution with novel methodologies or new insights that advance the science and application of medical, nursing, biomedical and health informatics. The podium abstract format allows for the presentation of cutting-edge, unpublished research for which the author wishes to reserve publication rights for future consideration

Length: Podium abstract cannot exceed 1 page

Format: must adhere to the IOS template and guidelines (see below). 

Presentation: Podium are presented in dedicated session in 15mn

Submission deadline: October 1st

Posters

Description: poster submission typically presents on-going work and preliminary results.

Lenght: Poster cannot not exceed 2 pages

Format: Must adhere to the IOS template and be structures in the following format: Introduction, Method, Results, Discussion, and Conclusion

Presentation: Poster are presented in the poster area

Submission deadline: October 1st

Workshops

Description: Workshop are session intended to discuss and practice innovative topics with the conference participants.

Length: Workshop abstracts should not exceed 3 pages

Format:  must adhere to the IOS template with the following format: Topic, Rationale Outcome, Programme

Presentation: 90-minute sessions (only). The workshop must allow at least 30 minutes for discussion or other interactive forms of collaborative working with the intended audience

Submission deadline: December 1st

Remarks: The Scientific Programme Committee encourages equal representation of women and men among the speakers. 

Panels

Description: A panel is intended to focuses on a specific topic on which a panel of expert gives their opinion and discuss it with the audience.

Length: Panels abstracts should not exceed 3 pages

Format: Must adhere to the IOS template and should outline the following: Title, Brief description of the panel’s topic, Panelists’ short bio.

Presentation: 90-minute session during the main conference programme. A panel would typically feature 3-5 panelists giving a brief presentation or making a position statement, followed by at least 30 minutes of discussion with an active role for the audience.

Submission deadline: December 1st

Remarks: The Scientific Programme Committee encourages equal representation of women and men on panels.

Demonstrations

Description: Demonstration are session where a practical solution is presented to the audience.

Length: Demonstration abstracts should not exceed 3 pages

Format:  Demonstration abstracts must adhere to the IOS template and outline the following: Topic and Contents of the demonstration

Presentation: Presented from 20 to 30 minutes.

Submission deadline: December 1st

Tutorials

Description: Tutorials are session to train the audience on a new topic

Length: Tutorials abstracts should not exceed 3 pages

Format:  Tutorials abstracts must adhere to the IOS template and outline the following: Tutorial proposals must contain a general description of the topic proposed in appropriate headings and need not contain or adhere to all of the structured headings provided in the template. Brief biographies of the organizers/lecturers as well as their specific contributions to the tutorial must be provided.

Presentation: Authors of accepted tutorials will be required to present a three-hour tutorial during the pre-conference.  Tutorial abstracts should outline the following: Topic, Format, Target Group, Learning Objectives, Expected outcome of the workshop

Submission deadline: December 1st

Remarks: There will be a separate registration for tutorials and a minimum number of participants is mandatory for the tutorial to take place. No honorarium will be offered to tutorial organizers / speakers.

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