The organizing committee welcomes submissions for workshops and poster sessions addressing, but not limited to, the following areas of interest:
Online community building, Internet-based interventions for health, Electronic assessment tools, Peer to peer communities to deal with health or mental problems, Interventions developed with multimedia materials, Tele-assistance, New systems for the use of information technology to deliver health treatments, Virtual therapy technology in health.
Submission of abstracts deadline: October, 10th, 2010.Deadline has been extended until October, 31st, 2010!
Notice of acceptance: November, 5th, 2010
These are sessions intended to stimulate attendees through discussion on the potential use of ICT in a multidisciplinary context.
The Workshops will last 90-minutes and should include at least 15 minutes for question and answer. A maximum of three presenters plus a session moderator for workshop panel is suggested. Workshop presenters are expected to work closely with their moderator and other presenters to ensure that workshops are coherent and avoid duplication. Priority for acceptance will be given to multidisciplinary proposals.
Every workshop submission must include an integrative workshop abstract, which includes: (a) workshop title; (b) authors for the workshop, for which the moderator should be first, followed by the presenting authors of the individual presentations and finally, a discussant if any. There should be no non-presenting authors listed on the workshop abstract; (c) the overall aim of the workshop; (d) a brief description of the workshop, which should not be longer than 125 words; (e) three learning objectives; workshop format and techniques used to engage audience; (f) training level of the session (basic, intermediate or advanced); (g) target audience; (h) presenter’s contact information along with their degree, and a three to four line bio-sketch for each presenter; and (i) moderator contact information. Apart from the integrative workshop abstract, there should also be an abstract for each individual presentation within the workshop. This abstract should be no more than 300 words.
This session is intended to provide young researchers the chance to briefly present and discuss orally their work in progress in a formal environment.
This proposal submission should include: title of the abstract, contact and affiliation information for the presenting author, contact and affiliation information for all the listed authors, and an abstract that should not exceed 300 words including the following sections: introduction, aim of the investigation, methods used, results, conclusions.
The poster submission should include: title of the abstract, contact and affiliation information for the presenting author, contact and affiliation information for all the listed authors, and an abstract that should not exceed 300 words including the following sections: introduction, aim of your investigation, methods used, results, conclusions.
The student authors presenting the posters with the three highest scoring poster submissions will be invited to give oral presentations in the students’ workshop. Those students who submit a poster and want to be eligible for this activity should indicate this in their submission.