MIE2022 : call for papers

In May 2022, the European Federation for Medical Informatics (EFMI) is pleased to welcome you to Nice, France, for the 32nd Medical Informatics Europe Conference (MIE2022). The conference is expected to be organized as a Face to Face meeting (in presence).

The topic of the conference is “Challenges of trustable AI and added-value on health”. We also expect any other submissions that fit into the following categories of biomedical informatics: decision support systems, clinical information systems, clinical research informatics, knowledge management and representation, human factors, consumer health informatics, natural languageprocessing, bioinformatics, public health informatics, privacy, ethical and societal aspects, etc.
Submit your paper here.
Deadlines : 

  • 24 Jan 2022 23:59: Deadline for Full papers and Short Communication papers / Posters
  • 27 Feb 2022 23:59: Deadline for Workshops, Panels, Demonstrations, and Tutorials
  • 20 March 2022 23:59: Resubmission Deadline for Full Papers & Short Communication papers / Posters
  • 15 Apr 2022 00:00: Review the conference program and select sessions for your personal schedule.
  • 27 May 2022 – 30 May 2022: Participate to the conference in Nice, France.

Topics (but are not limited to):
Special Theme: Challenges of trustable AI and added-value on health
– Artificial Intelligence, Symbolic and Semantic Reasoning
– Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Deep learning
– Explainable Artificial Intelligence
– Knowledge and Information Modeling
– Semantics, Terminologies, Ontologies and Vocabularies

– Approaches for Pandemic Surveillance
– Bioinformatics and Precision Medicine
– Clinical Decision Support and Guidelines
– Consumer Informatics
– Data Sharing and Standards
– Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Informatics
– Electronic health records / electronic patient records / personal records
– Ethics, Legal and societal aspects
– Health data science, big data, healthcare analytics
– Health Information Systems and Evaluation
– Human Computer Interfaces and Usability
– Human Factors and Technology Adoption
– Informatics Competencies for Diverse Audiences
– Natural language processing
– Phenotyping and Risk Prediction
– Predictive Modeling
– Public Health and Epidemiology Informatics
– Research and Education
– Social Determinants of Health
– Social media, mobile apps, and patient portals
– Standards and Interoperability
– Tele-Medicine, Telehealth & mHealth