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[CFP]Special Session Title: Innovations in cancer prevention, diagnosis, and treatment
 
Cancers are complex diseases caused by multiple genetic mutations or epigenetic changes. Understanding the genetic or epigenetic changes in malignant tissues or in biological fluids is important for cancer prevention, diagnosis, and treatment. This special session is called for the following topics but not limited:
 
1. DNA/RNA Sequencing technologies for discovery of novel cancer biomarkers
2. Molecular mechanisms in carcinogenesis, drug resistance, and metastasis
3. Development of targeting therapy based on genetic or epigentic changes in cancers
4. Molecular mechanisms for anti-cancer agents
 
The deadline for abstract submission is February 10.
 
We would highly appreciate if you accept this invitation. In case of any questions we are at your service.
 
Please submit your abstract to the Special Session Chairs or secretary
Professor Wen-Wei Chang
Email changww@csmu.edu.tw    
 
Secretary
Email ichsm@cbees.net

 

[CFP]Special Session Title: Healthcare Management and Technology Adoption
 
Authors are invited to submit manuscripts reporting original, unpublished research and recent developments in healthcare management and technology adoption (see Topics below).
 
Topics
- Use of mobile devices in healthcare
- Simulation and modeling in healthcare
- Complex processes and systems in healthcare
- Decision support and recommending systems in healthcare
- Advanced healthcare information systems
 
The deadline for abstract submission is February 10.
 
We would highly appreciate if you accept this invitation. In case of any questions we are at your service.
 
Please submit your abstract to the Special Session Chairs or secretary
Professor Yung-Ching Weng
Email  kimweng@mail.mcu.edu.tw 
 
Secretary
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[CFP]Special Session Title: Intelligent healthcare and pharmaceutical care
 
Recent advancements in medicine and information technology are providing the potential opportunities of useful tools for health promotion. ICHSM 2020 will feature a special session on intelligent healthcare and pharmaceutical care. The aim of this special session is twofold: first, it explores the accessibility, usability, and effectiveness of Internet of Things to support healthcare and long-term care. Second, it evaluates pharmacist’s contribution to the care of individuals through information technology in order to optimize medicines use and improve health outcomes.
 
Papers should focus on describing experiences that can benefit the community. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
● Telemedicine healthcare
● Long-term healthcare
● Pharmaceutical care
● Internet of Thing
● Health Information System
● Mobile Applications for Healthcare
● Electronic health record
 
Important Dates
Submission of proposals: February 10, 2020
Notification of acceptance: February 25, 2020
Conference dates: May 15-17, 2020

 
We would highly appreciate if you accept this invitation. In case of any questions we are at your service.
 
Please submit your abstract to the Special Session Chairs or secretary
Professor Ya-Ming Shiue
Email  shiue@mail.cnu.edu.tw
 
Secretary
Email ichsm@cbees.net


Brief bio(s) of organizer(s)
Ya-Ming Shiue is a Professor at Chia-Nan University of Pharmacy and Science and also in charge of the Director of Library and Information Center. Shiue’s work focuses on game-based learning and mobile learning and collaborates actively with researchers in several other disciplines of telemedicine healthcare. His research interests lie in the area of applied information technology in healthcare, ranging from home medical care, long-term care, and pharmaceutical care.

 

[CFP]Special Session Title: Consumer Behaviors in Healthcare


Consumer behavior in healthcare is an important issue is the recent literature, which urged the scholars to target a specific market, determined by certain features of buying and consumption behavior, and develop the suitable marketing strategies. This special session is called for the following topics but not limited:

Topics
- Diet Behaviors in Healthcare
- Purchasing Behaviors in Healthcare
- Consumer Lifestyle and Personality in Healthcare
- Consumer Psychological Mechanism in Healthcare
- Other Related Issues

The deadline for abstract submission is February 10.

We would highly appreciate if you accept this invitation. In case of any questions we are at your service.

Please submit your abstract to the Special Session Chairs or secretary
Assistant Professor Hsu-Ju Teng
Email hsuju@mail.chihlee.edu.tw 

Secretary
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[CFP]Special Session Title: Health and Biomedical Informatics
 
In the special session- Health and Biomedical Informatics in this conference, we encourage that experts and scholars participating in this meeting could share their valuable experience, exchange opinions and discuss with each other on this issue for the sake of advancing the technologies in biomedical systems, healthcare systems, and hospital information systems. The related topics of Health and Biomedical Informatics focus but not limited on:
1.Biomedical Engineering, Computational Intelligence on Bioinformatics,
2.Hospital information systems, Pervasive Computing on the Application of Healthcare Systems, Telemedicine systems,
3.The Application of IT on Smart Hospital Systems, Long-term Care Information System, Medical Informatics,
4.AI-based Medical image and Signal processing, Genetic and Proteomics Information Systems.
  
The deadline for abstract submission is February 10.
 
We would highly appreciate if you accept this invitation. In case of any questions we are at your service.
 
Please submit your abstract to the Special Session Chairs or secretary
Professor Hsi-Chieh Lee
Email cjlee@email.nqu.edu.tw

Secretary
Email ichsm@cbees.net
 
Brief bio(s) of organizer(s)
Organizer 1:
Hsi-Chieh Lee received a BS degree in Mathematics from National Taiwan University, Taiwan, in 1989. He also received MS and PhD degrees in Computer Science and PhD degree in Engineering Management from University of Missouri-Rolla in year 1994, 1996, and 2003 respectively. He served as the dean of the Office of Academic Affairs and the dean of College of Health and Nursing and is now an associate professor of Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering at National Quemoy University, Taiwan. His research interests include Computational Intelligence, High Performance Computing, Bioinformatics, and Computer Networks.
Organizer 2:
Jui-Chien Hsieh received a BS degree in Biomedical Engineering from Chung Yuan Christian University, Taiwan. He received his MS and Ph.D degree in Biomedical Engineering from Rutgers University, USA. He is currently an associate professor of the Department of Information Management at Yuan Ze University, Taiwan. His research interests include Medical Informatics, Telecardiology, Biomedical Signal and Image Processing, and Computational Biology: Cardiac Ion Channel Modeling.

 

[CFP]Special Session Title: Research and Application of Emerging Technologies in Healthcare Management

Human factors play an important role in the design and process of healing, especially for chronic diseases. A systematic review and meta-analysis of clinical trial studies that reduce hospitalization and rehospitalization can yield valuable information or positive evidence of the beneficial effects of specific care management strategies that may change patients' knowledge, motivation, attitudes, preventive measures and results.

The main purpose of this special session "Research and Application of Emerging Technologies in Healthcare Management" is twofold: 1) to identify interdisciplinary fusions in theoretical formulas that explain changes in medical outcomes. 2) Demonstrate the experience or methodology of AI applications. Interventions can be conducted through the human factor principle to reduce the readmission rate of patients, reduce the risk of readmission and improve the prognosis.

Ultimately, this special session may direct the future research direction on AI applications in healthcare and help reconfigure the design, implementation, and evaluation of clinical practice for prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of chronic illnesses of the patient and population levels.

Keywords
chronic care management
patient-centered care
AI applications
systematic review and meta analysis
convergence research
AI methods or techniques
outcomes research
population health management
transdisciplinary approaches
software design
care modalities
health informatics and evaluation
The deadline for abstract submission is February 10.
 
We would highly appreciate if you accept this invitation. In case of any questions we are at your service.
 
Please submit your abstract to the Special Session Chairs or secretary
Professor Hao-Yun Kao
Email haoyun@kmu.edu.tw
Kaohsiung Medical Umiversity

Secretary
Email ichsm@cbees.net

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Contact Information

Conference Secretary: Ms. Emma Chen
ICHSM 2020 E-mail: ichsm@cbees.net
Contact number: +852-3500-0137