[Elsnet-list] CALL FOR PAPERS: 2nd ACM SIGHIT International Health Informatics Symposium (IHI 2011)

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CALL FOR PAPERS
2nd ACM SIGHIT International Health Informatics Symposium (IHI 2011)
November 9-11, 2011
Miami, Florida, USA
http://sites.google.com/site/web2011ihi/
(mirror site: http://www.comp.hkbu.edu.hk/ihi2011/)

ABOUT THE CONFERENCE

We cordially invite you to submit your contribution to the 2nd ACM SIGHIT International Health Informatics Symposium (IHI 2011). IHI 2011 is the main conference of the newly formed ACM Special Interest Group on Health Informatics (SIGHIT).

IHI 2011 is ACM's premier community forum concerned with the application of computer science principles, information science principles, information technology, and communication technology to address problems in healthcare, public health, and everyday wellness. The conference highlights the most novel technical contributions in computing-oriented health informatics and the related social and ethical implications. IHI 2011 will feature keynotes, a multi-track technical program including papers, demonstrations, and panels. New additions to the IHI 2011 program include tutorials and a doctoral consortium.

IHI 2011 serves as a venue for the discussion of innovative technical contributions highlighting end-to-end applications, systems, and technologies, even if available only in prototype form (e.g., a system is not deployed in production mode and/or evaluation may be performed by giving examples). We strongly encourage authors to submit their original contributions describing their algorithmic contributions, methodological contributions, and well-founded conjectures based on an application-oriented context. A paper does not have to be comprehensive and can focus on a single aspect of design, development, evaluation, or deployment.

Contributions in the realm of social and behavioral issues might include empirical studies of health-related information use and needs, socio-technical studies on the implementation and use of health information technology, studies on health informatics in the context of community impact and implications, studies on public policies on leveraging health informatics infrastructure, among others.

CONFERENCE TOPICS

Specific topics of interest for this conference cover various facets of health informatics research, including but not limited to the following:
1.         Information technologies for healthcare delivery and management
            - Comparative effectiveness research
            - Consumer health and wellness informatics applications
            - E-commerce in health informatics
            - Economics of health computing (e.g., cost-benefit analysis)
            - E-learning for spreading health informatics awareness
            - Health informatics education
            - Healthcare delivery in developing countries
            - Healthcare workflow management
            - Information technologies for alternative medicine
            - Information technologies for healthcare service delivery
            - Information technologies for hospital management
            - Information technologies for the management of patient safety and clinical outcomes
            - Medical compliance automation for patients and institutions
            - Organizational impacts of health information technologies
            - Public health informatics
            - Social studies of health information technologies
            - Technology informatics guiding educational reform
            - Telecare
            - Telemedicine
            - Virtual conferencing systems for healthcare

2.         Health data acquisition, management, and visualization
            - Continuous monitoring and streaming technologies for healthcare
            - Data model for health information system
            - Disease profiling and personalized treatment
            - Display and visualization of medical data
            - Intelligent medical devices and sensors
            - Medical data management
            - Medical signal acquisition, archiving, and communication
            - RFID solutions for healthcare
            - Technologies for capturing and documenting clinical encounter information in electronic systems
            - Virtual and augmented reality for healthcare
            - Virtual patients

3.         Healthcare knowledge management and decision support
            - Business intelligence and data warehousing for healthcare
            - Cognitive and decision support systems
            - Computational intelligence methodologies for healthcare
            - Computational support for patient-centered and evidence-based care
            - Computer support for surgical intervention
            - Computer-aided diagnosis
            - Healthcare knowledge abstraction, classification, and summarization
            - Healthcare knowledge computerization, execution, inference, management, and representation
            - Medical recommender systems
            - Semantic Web, linked data, ontology, and healthcare

4.         Healthcare modeling and simulation
            - Biomedical modeling and simulation
            - Disease diagnostic models
            - Disease prognostic models
            - Epidemiological modeling
            - Health risk evaluation and modeling
            - Operations research methods for healthcare
            - Optimization models for planning and recommending therapies
            - Personalized predictive modeling for clinical management (e.g., cancer, trauma, diabetes mellitus, sleep disorders, substance abuse)
            - Physiological modeling

5.         Data analytics, data mining, and machine learning
            - Analytics for clinical care
            - Biomarker discovery and biomedical model development
            - Biomedical data mining
            - Biomedical pattern recognition
            - Cleaning, pre-processing, and ensuring quality and integrity of medical data
            - Data analytics for healthcare quality assurance
            - Healthcare workflow mining
            - Large-scale longitudinal mining of medical records
            - Medical insurance fraud detection
            - Medical signal analysis and processing
            - Natural language processing and text mining for biomedical literature, clinical notes, and health consumer texts
            - Statistics and quality of medical data
            - Survival analysis and health hazard evaluations
            - Visual analytics for healthcare

6.         Health information system engineering
            - Acceptance testing for healthcare systems and applications
            - Cloud computing for healthcare
            - Database design for health information systems
            - Experiences of building health information systems
            - Health IT project management
            - Health software architecture, framework, design, and engineering
            - Health systems simulation
            - High-performance computing for healthcare
            - Multi-agent systems for healthcare
            - System integration for healthcare
            - Trustworthy and secure infrastructures for health information systems

7.         Health information systems
            - Applications in electronic health records
            - Clinical information systems
            - Consumer and clinician health information needs, seeking, sharing, and use
            - Development and implementation of medical data and vocabulary standards
            - Evaluation of health information systems
            - E-visit system
            - Health digital library
            - Health information systems for chronic disease management
            - Information retrieval for health applications
            - Intelligent personal health records
            - Issues involving interoperability and data representation in healthcare delivery
            - Keyword and multifaceted search over structured electronic health records
            - Open-source software for healthcare
            - Pharmaco- and pharmacy informatics systems
            - Privacy in healthcare
            - Security in healthcare
            - System software for clinical studies and translational research

8.         Healthcare communication networks and environments
            - Assistive and adaptive ubiquitous computing technologies for healthcare
            - Collaboration technologies for healthcare
            - Computer games for healthcare
            - E-communities, social networks, and social media for patients and caregivers
            - Health portals
            - Healthcare communication system performance and adaptability
            - Peer-to-peer networks for healthcare
            - Sensor networks and systems for pervasive healthcare
            - Social media analysis and mining for healthcare applications

9.         Interactions with health information technologies
            - Accessibility and Web-enabled technologies for healthcare
            - Affective computing for healthcare
            - Automated generation of textual document and multimedia content for healthcare
            - Biological effects of medical devices
            - Bio-surveillance
            - Communication interventions between patients and care providers
            - Consumer health literacy, numeracy, and graphicacy
            - Human factors (ergonomics) in health information systems
            - Medical biometrics
            - Medical robotics
            - Physiological computing (e.g., brain computer interface)
            - Speech, gesture, and handwriting acquisition and recognition for healthcare
            - Usability studies in healthcare
            - User-interface design for medical devices and health software

SUBMISSION AND PUBLICATION

The conference will accept both regular and short papers. Regular papers (6-10 pages in length) will describe more mature ideas, where a substantial amount of implementation, experimentation, or data collection and analysis will be described. Short papers (1-5 pages) can be less formal and will describe innovative ideas where a less degree of validation and implementation have occurred. All papers will appear in the ACM Digital Library. The best papers of IHI 2011 will also be considered for journal publication in a special issue of the ACM Transactions on Intelligent Systems and Technology (TIST).

IHI 2011 has three tracks: analytics, systems, and human factors.
"           The analytics track focuses on data analysis.
"           The systems track focuses on building health informatics systems (e.g., architecture, framework, design, engineering, and application).
"           The human factors track focuses on understanding users or context, interface design, and user studies of health informatics applications.

When submitting a paper, the authors must select a track that they regard as the most appropriate one for their paper. Before the review process starts, the PC co-chairs will check each paper and make adjustment if necessary to ensure the submission will be reviewed in the correct track.

A subset of highly-ranked papers will have oral presentation slots. The other accepted papers, which are not selected for oral presentation, will be presented as posters. The conference organizers will work on ensuring that poster sessions are well attended and have a vibrant discussion environment.

Submitted papers must not have appeared in, or be under consideration for, another conference, workshop, journal, or other target of publication.

All aspects of the submission and notification process will be handled electronically. Submissions must adhere to the following formatting instructions:

"           Papers must adhere to the ACM Proceedings Format available for LaTex, WordPerfect, WordPerfect 9, and Word. Changing the template's font size, margins, inter-column spacing, or line spacing is prohibited. Each paper must be submitted as a single PDF file, formatted for 8.5" x 11" paper.

"           The length of submission depends on the type of submission:
- Regular papers must be 6-10 pages long.
- Short papers may be at most 5 pages long.

"           Each paper must provide an appendix (which is excluded from the page limit) indicating the preferred review approach, including:
- The track (analytics, systems, or human factors)
- The preferred allocation of reviewing expertise. This can be done by electing the primary and secondary focus of the paper (e.g., Computing, Information Science, Medicine, Nursing, and Social/Behavioral Science).
- A bulleted list with up to 3 topics covered in the paper (from the list of conference topics presented above)

REVIEWING

Each contribution will be carefully evaluated by a group of reviewers, including experts with multidisciplinary experience spanning computing, information science, social and behavioral sciences, public health, medicine, and nursing as appropriate, to ensure that proper and comprehensive peer-review analysis and feedback can be provided to authors. Submissions will be judged on validity, originality, technical strength, practical and clinical significance, quality of presentation, and relevance to the conference topics.

Because of IHI's multidisciplinary nature, the review process will include at least a computing expert and a health expert as well as a review editor to reconcile the evaluation, making a single recommendation to the Program Committee Co-Chairs. This process is designed to ensure that experts from multiple areas can assess the importance and validity of the work.

IMPORTANT DATES
Abstract submission deadline: May 23, 2011 11:59pm EST
Paper submission deadline: May 30, 2011 11:59pm EST
Notification of acceptance: August 1, 2011 11:59pm EST
Camera-ready copy due: August 30, 2011 11:59pm EST

CONFERENCE ORGANIZERS

General Chairs (contact email: 2011.ihi at gmail.com)
Jiming Liu, Hong Kong Baptist University
Sanjay Ranka, University of Florida

Program Committee Co-Chairs (contact email: 2011.ihi at gmail.com)
Katie A. Siek, University of Colorado at Boulder (human factors track)
Annie Lau, University of New South Wales, Australia (human factors track)
Christopher C. Yang, Drexel University (systems track)
Albert M. Lai, Ohio State University (systems track)
Shusaku Tsumoto, Shimane University, Japan (analytics track)
Aurélie Névéol, National Library of Medicine/NCBI (analytics track)

Steering Committee Members
Henrique Andrade, Goldman Sachs
Umit Catalyurek, Ohio State University
Michael D. Larsen, George Washington University
Ching-Yung Lin, IBM Research
Gang Luo, IBM Research (SIGHIT chair)
Andrew Sears, UMBC
Neil R. Smalheiser, University of Illinois - Chicago
Chunqiang Tang, IBM Research
Olivier Verscheure, IBM Research
Michael Weiner, Indiana University
Osmar R. Zaiane, University of Alberta, Canada

Program Committee Members
Listed on the conference web site
_________________________________________________________________________________________

CALL FOR DEMOS
2nd ACM SIGHIT International Health Informatics Symposium (IHI 2011)
November 9-11, 2011
Miami, Florida, USA
http://sites.google.com/site/web2011ihi/
(mirror site: http://www.comp.hkbu.edu.hk/ihi2011/)

SCOPE OF THE DEMO TRACK

We cordially invite you to submit your contribution to the demo track of the 2011 ACM SIGHIT International Health Informatics Symposium (IHI 2011).

The IHI demo track is an exciting and highly interactive way to demonstrate your health informatics system or application. Because of IHI's focus on end-to-end systems, whereby applied informatics is used to address the needs of health and healthcare applications, demos of innovative systems are solicited, which illustrate practical research or engineering contributions in an interesting and interactive manner.

The demo program will be featured prominently in the conference program and should be seen as a vehicle for researchers, practitioners, and commercial/industrial/non-profit institutions to showcase innovative new technologies or applications in health informatics.

The demo review process will look for practical uses of technology and also for a "wow" factor in all submissions. We encourage the description of prototypes as long as they clearly present a coherent, end-to-end view of what the application might become once it gets deployed in production.

A submission proposal includes a demo paper and can optionally include a demo video, whose URL should be referred to in the textual demo description for reviewers to take into consideration when analyzing the submission. Note that the demo paper should differ from regular papers in several important aspects. First, it should clearly describe the overall architecture of the system or technology demonstrated. Second, the paper should put great emphasis on the motivation of the work, on the applications of the presented system or technology, and on the novelty of the work. Third, the proposal should clearly describe the demo scenario. In particular, it should describe how the demo audience can interact with the demo system, to better understand the underlying technology. For demos running over the web, a back-up scenario should be described, in case connectivity is limited at the demo venue.

All topics described in the Call for Papers are eligible for demo track submissions.

WHAT SHOULD BE SUBMITTED

All aspects of the submission and notification process will be handled electronically. Submissions must adhere to the following guidelines:

"           The author(s) name and affiliation(s) must be present in the submitted document. Any submitted demo proposal violating the length, file type, or formatting requirements will be rejected without review.
"           Papers must adhere to the ACM Proceedings Format available for LaTex, WordPerfect, WordPerfect 9, and Word. Changing the template's font size, margins, inter-column spacing, or line spacing is prohibited. Each paper must be submitted as a single PDF file, formatted for 8.5" x 11" paper.
"           The length of submission is 4 pages. This page limit includes all parts of the proposal: title, abstract, body, and bibliography.
"           Each paper must provide an appendix (which is excluded from the page limit) indicating the preferred review approach, including:
- The preferred allocation of reviewing expertise. This can be done by electing the primary and secondary focus of the paper (e.g., Computing, Information Science, Medicine, Nursing, and Social/Behavioral Science).
- A bulleted list with up to 3 topics covered in the paper (from the list of conference topics)

The optional demo video should focus on illustrating the demo scenario and the interactive nature of the demo system. The video must be no more than three minutes in length and should start by clearly identifying the authors and title of the proposal. The video should be in common video format (e.g., MPEG, AVI), and should be playable on a wide variety of media players. We strongly encourage authors to produce and submit a demo video that will be linked off of the final program on the conference website (e.g., YouTube, Vimeo).

The notification for acceptance of demo papers is the same as that for regular papers. Accepted demo proposals will appear in the final proceedings and in ACM digital library. Note that all deadlines are the same as for regular paper submissions.

IMPORTANT DATES

Demo paper submission deadline: May 30, 2011 11:59pm EST
Notification of acceptance: August 1, 2011 11:59pm EST
Camera-ready copy due: August 30, 2011 11:59pm EST
_________________________________________________________________________________________

CALL FOR DOCTORAL CONSORTIUM SUBMISSIONS
2nd ACM SIGHIT International Health Informatics Symposium (IHI 2011)
November 9-11, 2011
Miami, Florida, USA
http://sites.google.com/site/web2011ihi/
(mirror site: http://www.comp.hkbu.edu.hk/ihi2011/)

SCOPE OF THE DOCTORAL CONSORTIUM

We cordially invite doctoral students to submit their extended abstracts to, and participate in, the doctoral consortium of the 2nd ACM SIGHIT International Health Informatics Symposium (IHI 2011).

The doctorial consortium is expected to offer a supportive learning opportunity for doctoral students in the early stage of their research on health informatics related problems to discuss their work in progress and to receive feedback and guidance from the IHI audience in two ways: (1) as a poster presentation during a poster session of the IHI conference and (2) as an article in the SIGHIT Record, the newsletter of SIGHIT (http://www.sighit.org/record/). Extended abstracts will not appear in the IHI conference proceedings. All topics described in the Call for Papers are eligible for extended abstract submissions.

SUBMISSION PROCESS

Each extended abstract should be 2-page in length, containing title, motivation, problem statement, proposed methodology, progress/results so far, outstanding issues, and related work and references. Submissions must not have appeared in, or be under consideration for, another conference, workshop, journal, or other target of publication.

All aspects of the submission and notification process will be handled electronically. Submissions must adhere to the following formatting instructions:

"           Submissions must adhere to the ACM Proceedings Format available for LaTex, WordPerfect, WordPerfect 9, and Word. Changing the template's font size, margins, inter-column spacing, or line spacing is prohibited. Each extended abstract must be submitted as a single PDF file, formatted for 8.5" x 11" paper.
"           Submissions should not list keywords, general terms, and categories and subject descriptions. In addition, submissions should not have the copyright notice located at the bottom of the left column of the first page of the ACM Proceedings template.

All extended abstract submissions for the doctoral consortium will be formally reviewed by the IHI Program Committee to ensure every accepted submission is appropriate for IHI.

The conference organizers will work on ensuring that the doctoral consortium is well attended and have a vibrant discussion environment.

IMPORTANT DATES
Doctoral consortium submission deadline: May 30, 2011 11:59pm EST
Notification of acceptance: August 1, 2011 11:59pm EST
Camera-ready copy due: August 30, 2011 11:59pm EST
_________________________________________________________________________________________

CALL FOR PANEL PROPOSALS
2nd ACM SIGHIT International Health Informatics Symposium (IHI 2011)
November 9-11, 2011
Miami, Florida, USA
http://sites.google.com/site/web2011ihi/
(mirror site: http://www.comp.hkbu.edu.hk/ihi2011/)

SCOPE OF PANEL PROPOSALS

We cordially invite you to submit your panel proposal to the 2nd ACM SIGHIT International Health Informatics Symposium (IHI 2011).

Panel proposals are expected to address new, exciting, and controversial issues on computing-oriented health informatics and appeal to IHI 2011 attendees with various health informatics-related expertise. The proposed panel should be provocative, insightful, and informative. A mix of industry, government, and academic panel members is encouraged.

A panel typically includes approximately 4 panelists and a chair who serves as the moderator. The 90-minute panel should provide a balance between panelists' presentations/debate and audience interactions/discussions.

Panelists must make a commitment to participate. If for any reason, one panelist cannot attend the panel, the panel chair must first obtain the approval of the conference general/PC chairs before making another arrangement.

Panels will be featured prominently in the conference program.

SUBMISSION PROCESS

Each panel proposal should have two parts:
"           Part 1: A 1-page extended abstract that includes: the title of the panel, the names and affiliations of the panelists and the chair, a description of the topic and what insights the audience will gain by attending the panel, and short biographies of the panelists. This extended abstract will appear in the conference proceedings.
"           Part 2: A session proposal that is at most 4 pages long and includes:
a.         The main topics to be discussed/debated during the panel session;
b.         A description of the presentation of each panelist;
c.         The panel format with an emphasis on how interactivity will be integrated into the panel (e.g., question and answer session; voting);
d.         More information on the panelists and the chair (e.g., biographies/awards/home page);
e.         Any other information that will assist the PC Co-Chairs and Conference Leadership to adequately review the panel proposal.

All aspects of the submission and notification process will be handled electronically. Submissions must adhere to the following formatting instructions:

"           Submissions must adhere to the ACM Proceedings Format available for LaTex, WordPerfect, WordPerfect 9, and Word. Changing the template's font size, margins, inter-column spacing, or line spacing is prohibited. Each panel proposal must be submitted as a single PDF file, formatted for 8.5" x 11" paper.
"           Submissions should not list keywords, general terms, and categories and subject descriptions. In addition, submissions should not have the copyright notice located at the bottom of the left column of the first page of the ACM Proceedings template.
"           Each accepted panel will appear in the conference proceedings as a 1-page extended abstract.

REVIEWING

Panel proposals will be reviewed by the PC Co-Chairs and the Conference Leadership, based on the IHI attendees' likely interest in them, the expertise of the chairs and the panelists, and the planned interactivity.

IMPORTANT DATES
Panel proposal submission deadline: May 30, 2011 11:59pm EST
Notification of acceptance: August 1, 2011 11:59pm EST
Camera-ready copy due: August 30, 2011 11:59pm EST
_________________________________________________________________________________________

CALL FOR TUTORIAL PROPOSALS
2nd ACM SIGHIT International Health Informatics Symposium (IHI 2011)
November 9-11, 2011
Miami, Florida, USA
http://sites.google.com/site/web2011ihi/
(mirror site: http://www.comp.hkbu.edu.hk/ihi2011/)

SCOPE OF TUTORIAL PROPOSALS

We cordially invite you to submit your tutorial proposal to the 2nd ACM SIGHIT International Health Informatics Symposium (IHI 2011).

Tutorials at IHI 2011 will be presented by domain experts to cover current topics directly relevant to the conference theme of computing-oriented health informatics (a list of IHI areas/topics can be found in the Call for Papers). Proposed tutorials should be comprehensive, informative, and appealing to IHI 2011 attendees.

Each tutorial will be 120-minutes long. Tutorial instructors must make a commitment to prepare the tutorial materials (e.g., slides) that reflect the high quality standard of IHI.

Tutorials will be free to all IHI 2011 attendees, and tutorial instructors will receive free registration but not any financial aid from the conference.

All tutorials will be featured prominently in the conference program.

SUBMISSION PROCESS

Each tutorial proposal should have two parts:
"           Part 1: A 1-page extended abstract that includes: the title of the tutorial, the name and affiliation of the instructor(s), a description of the tutorial scope, the intended audience, and what new knowledge and perspectives the audience will gain by attending the tutorial, and a short biography of the instructor(s). This extended abstract will appear in the conference proceedings.
"           Part 2: A full tutorial proposal that is at most 4 pages long and includes:
a.         A description of the main topics to be covered during the tutorial;
b.         Targeted audience and aims/objectives;
c.         If relevant, a description of real-world systems, experiences, and/or case studies to be discussed;
d.         More information on the instructor (e.g., biography/awards/home page);
e.         Any other information (e.g., previous tutorials given) that will assist the PC Co-Chairs and Conference Leadership to adequately review the tutorial proposal.

All aspects of the submission and notification process will be handled electronically. Submissions must adhere to the following formatting instructions:

"           Submissions must adhere to the ACM Proceedings Format available for LaTex, WordPerfect, WordPerfect 9, and Word. Changing the template's font size, margins, inter-column spacing, or line spacing is prohibited. Each tutorial proposal must be submitted as a single PDF file, formatted for 8.5" x 11" paper.
"           Submissions should not list keywords, general terms, and categories and subject descriptions. In addition, submissions should not have the copyright notice located at the bottom of the left column of the first page of the ACM Proceedings template.
"           Each accepted tutorial will appear in the conference proceedings as a 1-page extended abstract.

REVIEWING

Tutorial proposals will be reviewed by the PC Co-Chairs and the Conference Leadership, based on the IHI attendees' likely interest in them, the breadth and depth of the topic(s), the planned materials to be used, and the expertise and credential of the instructor.

IMPORTANT DATES
Tutorial proposal submission deadline: May 30, 2011 11:59pm EST
Notification of acceptance: August 1, 2011 11:59pm EST
Camera-ready copy due: August 30, 2011 11:59pm EST
_________________________________________________________________________________________

CALL FOR NON-REFEREED EXTENDED ABSTRACTS
2nd ACM SIGHIT International Health Informatics Symposium (IHI 2011)
November 9-11, 2011
Miami, Florida, USA
http://sites.google.com/site/web2011ihi/
(mirror site: http://www.comp.hkbu.edu.hk/ihi2011/)

SCOPE OF THE NON-REFEREED EXTENDED ABSTRACT TRACK

We cordially invite you to submit your contribution to the non-refereed extended abstract track of the 2nd ACM SIGHIT International Health Informatics Symposium (IHI 2011).

The non-refereed extended abstract track offers an opportunity for health informatics practitioners and researchers to present their work in progress in two ways: (1) as a poster presentation at the IHI conference and (2) as an article in the SIGHIT Record, the newsletter of SIGHIT (http://www.sighit.org/record/). Extended abstracts will not appear in the conference proceedings. All topics described in the Call for Papers are eligible for extended abstract submissions.

SUBMISSION PROCESS

Each extended abstract should be 1 page in length. Submissions must not have appeared in, or be under consideration for, another conference, workshop, journal, or other target of publication.

All aspects of the submission and notification process will be handled electronically. Submissions must adhere to the following formatting instructions:

"           Submissions must adhere to the ACM Proceedings Format available for LaTex, WordPerfect, WordPerfect 9, and Word. Changing the template's font size, margins, inter-column spacing, or line spacing is prohibited. Each extended abstract must be submitted as a single PDF file, formatted for 8.5" x 11" paper.
"           Submissions should not list keywords, general terms, and categories and subject descriptions. In addition, submissions should not have the copyright notice located at the bottom of the left column of the first page of the ACM Proceedings template.

The conference organizers will work on ensuring that poster sessions are well attended and have a vibrant discussion environment.

Although the non-refereed extended abstract submissions will not be formally reviewed, the IHI 2011 conference organizers will read all of the submissions to ensure every accepted submission is appropriate for IHI.

IMPORTANT DATES
Extended abstract submission deadline: August 8, 2011 11:59pm EST
Notification of acceptance: August 15, 2011 11:59pm EST
Camera-ready copy due: August 30, 2011 11:59pm EST

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