Topics of interests include but are not limited to the following themes:
- Opportunities and challenges in the design and development of personal health data infrastructures
- Good and bad practices in designing and using personal-health data infrastructures
- Personal data flows in connected devices and context-related use of technologies
- Digitalization of health service delivery, e.g., caring at home
- Digital support for informal caregivers, for instance for information, access to professionals or reaching out to peers or supporting associations
- Digital support for ad hoc needed emergencies, for example self-supporting elderly people living at home suddenly in need of health services
- Digital support for adressing the COVID-19 pandemic, critical perspectives on novel pandemic-related data infrastructures
- Digital infrastructures that are instantiated when needed but otherwise non-intrusive or in the background awaiting their need
- Integration of healthcare across organisational units, professions, etc.
- Question of digitalization - the risks and implications of depriving individuals from offline choices
- Digital solutions to issues of privacy and security
- Support for self-management of health through digital infrastructures
- Digital access to complex health related information by non-expert citizens
- Digital infrastructures for the visualization of healthcare data
- Emotional and social intelligence in infrastructures and healthcare
- Responsible use of AI-enabled decision-making in healthcare
- New competences and learning for patients and health professionals
Paper submissions: 5-9 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.
If restrictions prevent authors from traveling, alternative presentation modes will be accommodated and all accepted papers will be included in the proceedings.