Topics of interests can include but are not limited to the following themes:
- Opportunities and challenges in the design and development of smart healthcare infrastructures
- Good and bad practices in designing and using smart infrastructures
- Smartness in scaling of views, connecting of devices, mobility and context-related use of technologies
- Smart uses of health service delivery, e.g., caring at home
- Smart support for informal caregivers, for instance for information, access to professionals or reaching out to peers or supporting associations
- Smart support for ad hoc needed emergencies, for example self-supporting elderly people living at home suddenly in need of health services
- Smart infrastructures that are instantiated when needed but otherwise non-intrusive or in the background awaiting their need
- Smart integration of healthcare across organisational units, professions, etc.
- When smartness is to not digitize or not use available infrastructures or IT
- Smart solutions to issues of privacy and security
- Discussions on what is smart and not in healthcare infrastructures
- Support for self-management of health through smart infrastructures
- Smart access to complex health related information for laypersons
- Smart visualization of healthcare data
- Emotional and social intelligence in infrastructures and healthcare
- Smart decision-making in healthcare
Paper submissions: 4-8 pages excl. references
Submit your paper at Easy Chair.
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All papers will be single-blind reviewed by at least two reviewers.
Accepted papers will be published in EUSSET Digital Library.