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Call for Abstracts 2020
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Do you wish to speak at HiNZ 2020?

This is your chance to be a speaker at the 2020 HiNZ Conference, which is part of Digital Health Week NZ. The peer reviewed presentations cover a broad range of themes. There is a submission type to suit most situations.

 

Why you should speak at HiNZ 2020:

  • Show others how your organisation has been successful in using e-health
  • Share your research and studies on ways to improve healthcare
  • Have your voice heard
  • Partner with healthcare facilities, clinicians, vendors and others to present a compelling case for the value of your implementation
  • Make sure your research, your project, your innovation, your experience, your learnings are a part of the biggest digital health event in New Zealand

 

Deadlines

Submissions close at midnight 15 May 2020

  • Notification of acceptance to authors: 17 July 2020
  • SuperSaver registration deadline: 14 August 2020
  • EarlyBird registration deadline: 30 September 2020
  • HiNZ Conference dates: 25-27 November 2020
  • Digital Health Week NZ dates: 23-27 November 2020
Deadline extension for COVID-19 related submissions

There will be a session block set aside for digital health projects that relate to the COVID-19 response. This session is invitation-only and does not require you to fill in one of the submission forms below. To have your topic considered for this session, please email Kim at ceo@hinz.org.nz. The deadline for the COVID-19 special session is 31 July 2020.

 


Submission types

There are three submission types to choose from:

  • Scientific Abstract (full paper not required)
  • Clinical Case Study (650 word summary)
  • Innovation Case Study (650 word summary)

For details on the submission requirements and to download a word template, scroll down below.

Questions? Read our submissions FAQ page or email conference@hinz.org.nz

 


Scientific Abstracts

This submission requires a scientific abstract only (full paper is not required)

 

We are looking for research abstracts and associated oral presentations that provide insights into the latest thinking, innovations and emerging initiatives. The review committee includes local/international academics and health informatics experts. 

Chair of HiNZ Scientific Abstract Review committee: Dr Karen Day, University of Auckland

Deputy Chair: Dr Farhaan Mirza, Auckland University of Technology


DOWNLOAD the  scientific abstract submission guide PDF
DOWNLOAD the  scientific abstract template Word document


SUBMIT your scientific abstract

 

(The submit link will take you to a micro-site specifically for HiNZ submissions. It has a different username/login and isn't the same as your HiNZ member login.)

 


Clinical Case Study

This submission requires a 650 word summary. 

 

We want to know what you’re doing, what works and why; and if it’s not, why not. The aim of the clinical case studies is to provide practical insights into the clinical application of the latest thinking, innovations and emerging initiatives. The review committee is primarily made up of reviewers with clinical qualifications and experience.

Co-Chairs of Clinical Case Study review committee: Sally Britnell, AUT & Rebecca George, Canterbury DHB

 

DOWNLOAD the clinical case study submission guide PDF

DOWNLOAD the case study template word document

 

SUBMIT your clinical case study

 

(The submit link will take you to a micro-site specifically for HiNZ submissions. It has a different username/login and isn't the same as your HiNZ member login.)

 


Innovation Case Study

This submission requires a 650 word summary.


We want to hear about practical digital health ideas and change projects. Your idea/project should solve a problem/challenge in the health care system through the use of technology and/or information. Ideally, your idea/project should have been partly or fully implemented. If your idea/project is still in the planning phases you may still submit it; however be sure you have validated it with research and evidence and can clearly articulate the practical aspects or learning the audience would get. The review committee includes a mix of reviewers from across healthcare, IT and business. 

Co-Chairs of Innovation Case Study review committee: John Ashley, Atlantis Healthcare & Scott Arrol, CEO, NZHIT


DOWNLOAD the  innovation case study submission guide PDF
DOWNLOAD the  case study template Word doc


SUBMIT your innovation case study

 

(The submit link will take you to a micro-site specifically for HiNZ submissions. It has a different username/login and isn't the same as your HiNZ member login.)

 



Questions?

Questions? Read our submissions FAQ page or email conference@hinz.org.nz

 

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