The Health Informatics Society of Ireland invites you to become a HISI member (membership is free of charge to students) and submit your position papers, research findings, case experiences, challenges and factors thus contributing to a successful implementation of eGovernment, eHealth or eInclusion services in Ireland, Europe and beyond.
HISI seeks high-quality paper and poster contributions for the 2018 HISI Annual Conference at Croke Park, Dublin on November 6th & 7th which will present the best in Irish Health Informatics research into eHealth, mHealth and Health Interoperability. HISI invites contributions of both an empirical and theoretical nature, from a legal, societal, cultural, commercial, organisational and/or technical perspective. While identification of problem areas and challenges is important, contributions that also contribute towards solving challenges are preferred.
Posters will also be accepted in size A0, portrait. Please state paper or poster on your submission.
The deadline for abstract submission is 30th September 2018.
• Language: English
• Abstract summary of 200-300 words
• Keywords & key sentence which stand out
• Tables, pictures and figures sent as attachments
Number references consecutively in the order in which they are first mentioned in the text. The titles of journals should be abbreviated according to the style used in Index Medicus.
List all authors, but if the number exceeds six, give six followed by “et al.” When citation of articles written in non-English languages is unavoidable, follow the style of example No. 4 below.
1 Ogawa K, Ktube T, Wtanabe T. Usefulness of the level of immunosuppressive acidic protein (IAP) in the serum in the treatment of stomach cancer. Asian J Surg 1992;15:217-24.
2 Kogure M, Kashimura S, Matsuyama S, Ohtani S, Saze Z, Odashima Y, et al. Prognostic role of immunosuppressive acidic protein in patients with esophageal cancer. Dis Esophagus 2008;21:214-9.
3 Sakamoto J, Teramukai S, Koike A, Saji S, Ohashi Y, Nakazato H. Prognostic value of preoperative immunosuppressive acidic protein in patients with gastric carcinoma. Findings from three independent clinical trials. Tumor Marker Committee for the Study Group of Immunochemotherapy with PSK for Gastric Cancer. Cancer 1996;77:2206-12.
4 Liu M, Wu J, Bao L, Cong X. Determination of Immunosuppressive Acidic Protein in Patients with various cancers. J Shanghai Immunology 1996;16: 261-4. (in Chinese)
Type of material and style
Papers should be original and of high quality and if published elsewhere, they should provide for a different perspective. The following types of material are published in the journal: research papers and case studies that help towards promoting, sharing and re-using knowledge, experiences and lessons learnt. The style and terminology used and the ideas expressed should be clear and accessible to a wide audience. Such clarity should not be detrimental to the depth and precision of contents. Note that the ePractice journal discourages submissions that promote a specific commercial product or service.
Title: The title should be no longer than 15 words.
Abstract: Every submission must include an abstract of 200-300 words in English. The abstract shall present the main points of the paper and the author's conclusions.
Keywords: 3-6 descriptive keywords need to be included.
Key sentence: A single sentence which stands out in the article.
Full texts: Full texts are not required.
Graphics: The text may be enriched with non-textual data, such as pictures, tables and figures. Graphs and images must be included in the article but also as separate files. The pictures should not exceed 500 pixels in width.
Conclusion: all papers should include a conclusion.
References: Download here the citations instructions.
Author profile: All authors must be a member of HISI.
Submission of material
Texts should be sent in electronic format, preferably .DOC, .RTF or similar to firstname.lastname@example.org
Graphs and images must be included in the article but also as separate files. Each graph or image must be clearly named (e.g. Figure1, graph3).
Should the images used have copyrights, it is the responsibility of the author to obtain the necessary permission.
If the submission exceeds 3 MB, please send the file(s) in a compressed (ZIP) format.
Copyright policy and responsibilities
Authors remain responsible for the content of what they submit for publication. The editors reserve the right to edit the contents, to publish or reject the material submitted and to select the publication time. If the material is published in another place prior to publication by HISI, the author must seek permission for republication and inform the editors of any necessary citation information
The views expressed are purely those of the authors and may not in any circumstances be regarded as stating an official position of the Health Informatics Society of Ireland. Neither HISI nor any person acting on its behalf is responsible for the use that might be made of the information provided.
The texts published by HISI, unless otherwise indicated, are subject to a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-NoDerivativeWorks 2.5 license. They may be copied, distributed and broadcast provided that the author and HISI are cited. Commercial use and derivative works are not permitted. The full license can be consulted on http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.5/deed.en.