Full and short papers

Submissions may especially focus on novel ideas and non-invasive systems that could be deployed and used in developing countries as well as in the developed world.
Papers must be submitted in English through the conference submission system, selecting the « main sessions » track.

TOPICS OF INTEREST
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following areas:

  • Health informatics
  • Emerging Technology in Rural and Elderly Healthcare
  • Internet of Things in Healthcare (Focus on Rural and Elderly care)
  • Big data and Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare (Focus on Rural and Elderly care)
  • Machine Learning, Blockchain Technologies in Rural and Elderly care
  • Smart House Automation in Home-based Healthcare and Nursing
  • Telemedicine supported Rural and Elderly Healthcare

FURTHER SCOPES
We also invite authors to submit papers on all topics related rural and elderly health application

  • Multimedia for the self-management of personal health
  • Electronic health record (EHR)
  • IoT-enabled healthcare systems
  • Pervasive sensing
  • Reliability, safety, security and privacy in remote care systems
  • Health-related event detection in large data collections
  • Next generation networks for health informatics
  • Health Insurances in African Countries
  • Off-Label-Use in rural and elderly health

SUBMISSION
All papers must be original and not simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference. We kindly solicit you to submit your recent research work as:

  1. Full paper (up to 6 pages)
  2. Short paper (up 4 pages)

Paper submissions must be in English.

Anomyzed papers are to be submitted electronically  here

Accepted papers, only when presented in the Conference (also at the virtual sessions) by registered authors.

Contact
For any questions regarding papers submission please email the chairs

Doctoral Symposium

The Doctoral Symposium aims at building a worldwide community of doctoral students working on health informatics, especially in rural and elderly health informatics. It will also promote interactions among students and researchers from academia and industry.

The IREHI18 Doctoral Symposium will, therefore, offer to Ph.D. students, from developed and developing countries, working in all fields of Health informatics a great opportunity to interact with renowned and experienced researchers in the field. Experienced researchers in health informatics will discuss with the Ph.D. students about their ongoing research.
We are seeking the following types of contributions:

  1. short paper (up to 4 pages for technical contents and 1 page for references) related to their ongoing research (single authored)
  2. Demos about results obtained in the scope of their ongoing research

Contact
For any questions regarding doctoral symposium proposals please email the chairs at info@irehi-rural-elderly-health.com

Demo Proposals

We are seeking the following types of contributions:

  1. Demos from student authors about the concepts presented in their paper(s)
  2. Demos from all other authors of accepted contributions in the main conference and workshops
  3. Demos from faculty and academic research groups related to IREHI18 key topics
  4. Demos from industrial researchers

Panel Proposals

IREHI18 is seeking proposals for exhibitions which will present (remote) health care provision systems, that can improve access health care services in rural regions. We also encourage exhibition that will explore (remote) homecare systems that can improve and maintain elderly people’s autonomy and increase their quality of life.

Proposals should be no longer than 400 words and sent per email to info@irehi-rural-elderly-health.com with subject line « Exhibition Proposal 2018. »

In the body of the email please include your name, email address,  phone number, and please attach the following (any proposals written in the body of the email will not be accepted):

  1. Exhibition Proposal, max 400 words (PDF)
  2. Example images (.jpeg)
  3. Exhibitor CV (PDF)

Exhibition Proposals

IREHI18 is seeking proposals for exhibitions which will present (remote) health care provision systems, that can improve access health care services in rural regions. We also encourage exhibition that will explore (remote) homecare systems that can improve and maintain elderly people’s autonomy and increase their quality of life.

Proposals should be no longer than 400 words and sent per email to info@irehi-rural-elderly-health.com with subject line « Exhibition Proposal 2017. » In the body of the email please include your name, email address, and phone number and please attach the following (any proposals written in the body of the email will not be accepted):

  1. Exhibition Proposal, max 400 words (PDF)
  2. Example images (.jpeg)
  3. Exhibitor CV (PDF)