NIA 2017: the nurse's role in the digital future

Consumer participation and the nurse’s role in the digital future are the themes of the 2017 Nursing Informatics Australia (NIA) conference, being held in advance of the Health Informatics Conference (HIC) in Brisbane in August.

NIA has opened a call for submissions for the event, Australia’s only dedicated nursing informatics conference.

Abstracts are invited on topics such as continuity of care for health professionals and consumers, integrated care, interpreting patient and provider data, wearable devices, delivery of care via mobile technologies, nurse/midwife-led virtual clinics and clinical systems development or support.

Abstract guidelines are available here, and submissions close on March 20.

NIA 2017 will be held at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre on Sunday, August 6. HIC 2017 kicks off on the 7th. Early bird registrations for both are open now.

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Tags: HIC 2017, NIA 2017

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