International Conference on Nursing Informatics
ICT to Improve Quality at the Point of Care
6-8 June 2018 in Guadalajara Mexico

Deadline for Full Paper, Student Paper, and Poster submissions: November 15, 2017

Notification of Acceptance: January 15, 2018

Deadline for final version of submissions: February 28, 2018


IMIA NI 2018 Hosting Organizations: Amado Espinosa , IMIA Country Representative Mexican Medical Informatics Association, Mexican Ministry of Health and IMIA LAC


Call for Bids for NI2020

It is with regret that we inform you that due to unforeseen circumstances, it is not possible to hold NI2020 in Beijing, China.   IMIA NI is soliciting bids for NI2020, if you are interested in submitting, please carefully read the Guidelines for the submission of proposals and include all the necessary information in your proposal.

IMIA NI is pleased to offer the following new deadlines.

The opportunity to present prospective bids to the IMIA NI General Assembly will be at their next GA meeting being held at the NI2018 Conference in Guadalajara, Mexico from June 6 – 8, 2018 .  The IMIA NI GA will vote for the successful bid immediately following the bid presentations.

We look forward to receiving proposals to host this premier conference.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Diane Skiba or any member of the executive committee as per above.


On behalf of the IMIA NI Special Interest group, I am proud to announce the Dr. Elizabeth Borycki, Dr. Susan Matney, and Dr. Hyeoun-Ae Park are being inducted into the American College of Medical Informatics at the AMIA meeting 5 November 2017. This is a well deserved honor and we are happy to celebrate their success.

…Diane Skiba, Chair,  IMIA NI

Take a look at this Nursing Informatics Position Statement that highlights and value the nurses engagement and role in transforming healthcare through digitalization. The statement was recently released by the Australian College of Nursing, Australia’s Digital Health Community(HISA) and Nursing Informatics Australia.   Great work and an example to be followed up in other countries.


The focus of IMIA-NI is to foster collaboration among nurses and others who are interested in Nursing Informatics to facilitate development in the field. We aim to share knowledge, experience and ideas with nurses and healthcare providers worldwide about the practice of Nursing Informatics and the benefits of enhanced information management.

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