Digitalisation Adding Value to Healthcare
July 24 -25, 2020
Workshops & Tutorials
Call for workshops & Tutorials
We are seeking proposals for workshops and tutorials to be presented at the DHA 2020 conference. We welcome proposals from the research streams of healthcare and medicine. Workshops and tutorials offer platforms for in-depth learning on specific topics and interests related to the field of healthcare.
We kindly invite proposals on all aspects of the main conference theme, “Digitalization adding value to healthcare”. In addition, we solicit proposals that cover any new or promising research topics, or innovative methodologies and novel clinical treatments or techniques. Workshops and tutorials will be held on July 24 2020. They can be scheduled for either a half-day or a full-day.
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Please submit the proposal via email to Dr. Yichuan Wang (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Workshop currently accepted
1. Journal Publishing Workshop - Meet the editors
Come and meet the three guest editors from the journals (i.e. ISF, TFSC, KMRP, and EIS) attached to our conference. We will talk about the sort of work that the special issues are looking for, and discuss the themes and topics we would like to cover in the special issue. There will also be plenty of time to ask questions about the suitability of your work for the special issues.
2. Research Innovation Workshop
Aim: The three-hour sandpit workshop is designed to foster multidisciplinary research ideas in healthcare research. The workshop is highly collaborative, bringing together a range of experts across disciplines.
Process: This intensive but exciting process involves real-time peer review to help workshop participants develop their ideas from start to finish, supporting and transforming research ideas into pilot studies.
30 participants including researchers, healthcare professionals, policy makers and technologists
The senior academics guide the workshop and facilitates innovative thinking
Subject guides, specialists in their fields, encourage and stretch participants’ ideas by making connections – both between participants and to the wider body of knowledge
The group defines the scope of the challenge and build on collective knowledge
Ideas are developed using real-time peer review
Outputs are captured in highly innovative feasibility study proposals
Successful project teams are awarded conference voucher to attend DHA2020.