Call for Papers

 
 

Healthcare staff are notable in the amount of interaction and mobility exhibited in their work, which often involves synchronous (or asynchronous), coupled, communication and activity, and is sometimes conducted among a distributed team.  As well as providing novel approaches to support traditional methods of communication, a range of technologies offer the potential for individuals and groups to reconfigure their collaboration practices in new and useful ways.


This special track invites reports on significant unpublished work in the area of computer-support for co-operative work in healthcare with particular emphasis on design and technology applications for interaction among medical specialists.  Research on support for collaboration among medical, nursing, scientific and ancillary staff is encouraged, including case studies or incident reports. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to













Submissions to this special track on Supporting Collaboration among Healthcare Workers, will be done electronically via the CBMS web submission system, which will open in May, approximately one month before the deadline June 24th, 2010.  Prospective authors should simply choose the Special Track title "ST8: Supporting Collaboration among Healthcare Workers" when submitting a paper to this track.


No hardcopy submissions will be accepted. Electronic submission of original research papers will only be accepted in PDF format, observing the IEEE guidelines and formatting instructions for full papers. 


Authors should refer to the general webpage of CBMS 2010 for submission guidelines

http://www.cbms2010.debii.curtin.edu.au

The format of the IEEE CBMS 2010 proceedings will be the IEEE Computer Science Press  8.5 x 11-inch format (2-column) and submission is required in this format.


All papers will be peer reviewed by at least three independent referees. All accepted papers will be included in the conference proceedings

GENERAL ENQUIRIES

may be directed to

cbms10schw@scss.tcd.ie

 

Supporting Collaboration Among Healthcare Workers

  1. Remote collaboration

  2. Visual communication environments

  3. Intense collaborative environments

  4. Collaborative writing/note-taking

  5. Carer - Patient collaboration

  6. Computer support for co-operative healthcare work

  1. Shift handover   

  2. Mobile Work

  3. Teaching/Learning      

  4. Shared displays

  1. Ward rounds     

  2. Team working     

  3. Meeting support        

  4. Consultations 


Bridget Kane

Trinity College Dublin, Ireland


Saturnino Luz

Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

Programme Committee


Bridget Kane

Trinity College Dublin, Ireland


Dave Randall

Manchester Metropolitan University

England


David Pinelle

National Research Council, Canada


Gavin Doherty

Trinity College Dublin, Ireland


Kristina Groth

KTH and Karolinska Institutet, Sweden


Jane Li

CSIRO ICT Centre, Australia


Lucy Hederman

Trinity College Dublin, Ireland


Frances Mair

University of Glasgow, Scotland, UK


Margot Brereton

Queensland University of Technology


Masood Masoodian

The University of Waikato, New Zealand


Matt-Mouley Bouamrane

University of Glasgow, Scotland, UK


Pieter Toussaint

NTNU and NSEP, Trondheim, Norway


Saturnino Luz

Dept of Computer Science

Trinity College Dublin, Ireland


Simon Locke

Australian e-Health Research Centre

Australia


Stephanie Wilson

Centre for HCI Design,

City University London, England


KEY DATES

Paper Submission:
                         June 24 2010

Notification of acceptance:
                          August 2 2010

Submission of Revised Papers:
                    September 2 2010

Author Registration:
                    September 2 2010

Symposium
                October 12 - 15 2010


RESOURCES

Link to Templates for Authors

Call for Papers.pdf

General Chairs

Tharam Dillon

Curtin University of Technology, Australia


Daniel Rubin

NCBO, USA


William Gallagher

University College Dublin, Ireland

Programme Chairs

Amandeep Sidhu

Murdoch University Australia


David Hansen

CSIRO Australia


Alexey Tysmbal

Siemens, Germany

Special Track Chairs

Maja Hadzic

Curtin University of Technology

Australia


Jake Chen

Indiana University, USA


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