MedInfo 2023 @ Sydney, Australia
Jul 8 – Jul 12 all-day

MedInfo 2023, the 19th world congress on medical and health informatics, will take place in Sydney from 7 – 12 July, hosted by the Australasian Institute of Digital Health.

Our event theme – THE FUTURE IS ACCESSIBLE – aims to inspire us to lead the conversation and implement actions where we collectively are building a health sector that is accessible, where data is not locked in silos and where both clinicians and consumers can work together in true partnership towards healthier lives, digitally enabled.

This prestigious international event brings together hundreds of digital health leaders and practitioners at the forefront of healthcare and is considered a landmark event on the global calendar. Bringing together an international and national audience, this is your opportunity to network, share, and highlight the latest achievements, advancements, research and innovation in digital health and health informatics.

Call for papers is now open, deadline for submissions has been extended to December 1, 2022 – https://medinfo2023.org/call-for-speakers/


Presenting your research, project, your innovation, your experience and your learnings at #MedInfo23 puts you on stage in front of the world’s digital health leaders, experts and innovators who are transforming the health system. Accepted papers will be published in the full open access series with IOS Press, Studies in Health Technology and Informatics and indexed in PubMed.

All other speakers

Would you like to take the stage at #MedInfo23? As a presenter you will be heard by a broad and knowledgeable audience interested in hearing about your digital health initiatives, case studies, innovations, life experiences and research. Bring us your success stories, your failures, your ideas!

All submissions are peer reviewed by industry leaders.

MedInfo 2023 Sponsorship Opportunities – https://medinfo2023.org/partner/

IAHSI Webinar – Mobilizing Computable Biomedical Knowledge (MCBK): An Informatics and Global Opportunity @ Webinar
Sep 5 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Mobilizing Computable Biomedical Knowledge (MCBK): An Informatics and Global Opportunity

September 05, 2023 | 12 Noon – 1:00 PM UTC

Please join us on September 5th to hear from Professors Jeremy Wyatt and Chuck Friedman on the Mobilizing Computable Biomedical Knowledge (MCBK) global movement.   Since 2018, the MCBK movement has sought to complement efforts to achieve “FAIRness” of data with equally important efforts to make biomedical knowledge (guidelines, predictive models, algorithms) FAIR and trusted.  From its beginnings in the United States, MCBK spread to the United Kingdom in 2019, and escalated to a global scale in 2022.   New Chapters of MCBK are forming and a virtual global MCBK meeting will be held in October.   This webinar is designed to generate interest and participation in MCBK around the world and there is no charge to attend.

Click here to register



Charles Friedman, PhD, FIAHSI, FACMI
Josiah Macy, Jr. Professor
Chair, Department of Learning Health Sciences University of Michigan



Prof Jeremy Wyatt, DM, FRCP, FIAHSI, FACMI, FCI Founding Fellow
Emeritus Professor of Digital Healthcare
University of Southampton




The webinar will be recorded and made available after the event for those that are unable to attend due to timing conflicts.

Artificial Intelligence, Causality and Personalized Medicine (AICPM 2023)  @ Leibnizhaus, Hannover
Sep 14 – Sep 15 all-day

The focus of this 2-day symposium will be to bring together researchers and medical practitioners to discuss and share advances in the applications of artificial intelligence and machine learning to medical practice and research. This symposium will provide a catalyst for interdisciplinary collaboration and dialog with the aim of knowledge sharing, research presentation, and agenda setting.

Call for abstract submission 

Benefiting from a huge amount of data with multiple modalities in the big data era, the rapid evolution of artificial intelligence (AI) is contributing to advances in medical applications. Such applications include genetic data are analysed for predicting risks of cancer or treatment outcome in oncology; clinical data from electronic health records are useful for predicting specific diseases, such as sepsis in intensive care units; and bio-signals can be processed by AI for many applications, such as electrocardiography. In particular, personalised medicine will benefit from intelligent, reliable, and responsible AI systems, therefore improving care and the quality of life. 

Current machine learning systems often lack understanding of the relationship between causes and effects in their domain. Causal reasoning is, therefore, being recognized as a missing piece in AI methods. Integrating causality into machine learning methods will be integral for designing next generation intelligent systems. The causality framework allows researchers to represent medical background knowledge in an explainable manner. Thus, causal AI promises to improve further personalised medical applications with trustworthy and fair decision-making.  

In this context, the AICPM Symposium is calling for high-quality abstract submissions in the research field of AI and medicine, with the goal of promoting research development and agenda setting in this interdisciplinary domain.   

We invite discussions at the intersection of AI and outlined topics in medicine. The research topics include, but are not limited to: 

·              Specific uses and use cases of AI and ML in medical contexts, lessons learned and best practices 

·              Reporting of specific data-intensive medical experiments  

·              Prototypes of AI systems in medical applications, decision support systems 

·              Machine learning approaches in medical applications 

·              Causality of AI in personalised medicine 

·              Trustworthy AI in personalised medicine 

·              Ethical and fair AI in personalised medicine 


The selected abstracts will be invited to be presented either in poster or oral format. There will also be an opportunity to submit full papers for publication in the Proceedings of the symposium. For submission we will follow the LNCS format. The overleaf link can be found here. The latex and word templates can be downloaded here 

Each submission is limited to a maximum of two pages. The abstracts can be submitted through EasyChair here. 

Important dates: 

Abstract submission:                   15 May 2023   

Outcome notification:                  15 June 2023 

EFMI STC 2023 @ Torino, Italy
Oct 25 – Oct 26 all-day





Each year, the European Federation of Medical Informatics (EFMI) holds a Special Topic Conference (STC). 

The EFMI Special Topic Conference 2023 is being hosted by the SIBIM, as national member society of EFMI, in collaboration with the Politechnical University of Turin. 

The venue is the Auditorium of  Politecnico di Torino – Energy Centerlocated at via Paolo Borsellino 38/16  

Conference topics will include (but will not be limited to):

In addition to invited keynote speakers, we invite submissions of full papers, short communication papers, workshops, panels and posters.

Submission deadline for Full Papers, Short Communication Papers and Posters: 10 June 2023

Other Submissions deadline: 15 July 2023

Visit their website for more information and details – https://www.stc2023.org/


20th IFHIMA Congress & 40th HIMAA National Conference 2023 @ Brisbane, Australia
Oct 29 – Nov 1 all-day

IFHIMA and HIMAA are delighted to welcome health information professionals from around the world to join us in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia 29 October to 1 November 2023 for the 20th IFHIMA Congress. As a founding member nation of IFHIMA, HIMAA is delighted to have the next Congress return to Australia and hosted in Queensland’s sunny capital which offers up a laidback charm and urban energy with a dash of adventure. Brisbane is only an hour away from the famous Gold Coast beaches and a gateway to the Australian Outback.

We are pleased to announce our theme for 2023 to be ‘Advancing global health: in pursuit of high quality digital information’.

This event brings many opportunities for sharing your expertise, professional enrichment, expanding horizons, and of course to experience the outstanding hospitality of Australia. Past IFHIMA Congress attendees routinely comment about the outstanding networking opportunities at the Congresses and expanded horizons they gain from the interactive nature of the Congress.

Your participation may take several forms such as:

  • Submitting an abstract for a speaking slot in a stream/track
  • Submitting an abstract for a workshop
  • Preparing a poster to illustrate key achievements or research

The exhibition will include Australian and international vendors sharing their latest innovations and products that address analytics, machine learning and artificial intelligence, clinical coding and documentation improvement, ICD-10 and ICD-11 software, privacy and security, and much more.

Key dates:

Submission Deadlines: Novembrr 7, 2022

Registration Opens: February 2023

Click here for more details and information

AMIA 2023 Annual Symposium @ New Orleans, LA
Nov 11 – Nov 15 all-day
AMIA 2024 Informatics Summit @ Boston, MA
Mar 18 – Mar 21 all-day
ICT4AWE 2024 @ Angers, France
Apr 28 – Apr 30 all-day


Regular Paper Submission: December 13, 2023
Position Paper Submission: January 25, 2024
Doctoral Consortium Paper Submission: February 29, 2024

(See Important Dates for more information)

The International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies for Ageing Well and e-Health aims to be a meeting point for those that study age and health-related quality of life and apply information and communication technologies for helping people stay healthier, more independent and active at work or in their community. ICT4AWE facilitates the exchange of information and dissemination of best practices, innovation and technical improvements in the fields of age and health care, education, psychology, social coordination and ambient assisted living. From e-Health to intelligent systems, and ICT devices, the conference is a vibrant discussion and collaboration platform for all those that work in research and development and in companies involved in promoting the quality of life and well-being of people, by providing room for research and industrial presentations, demos and project descriptions.


IMIA NI 2024
Jul 28 – Jul 31 all-day

Please visit the NI2024 website for updates for the conference and to sign up to receive more information here.

HIC 2024 @ Brisbane, Australia
Aug 5 – Aug 7 all-day


The collective expertise and collaboration of our digital health community already plays a vital role in elevating the capability of healthcare. Together we are addressing the challenges of connecting care, workforce shortages, and opportunities from new technologies such as AI.

‘It Starts With Us’ – acknowledges that as a community, we are all responsible for initiating and creating positive change. HIC 2024 envisions a future where collective insights, shared knowledge, cross-disciplinary collaboration, and enthusiasm are the driving forces behind systemic improvements. Together, the digital health community can help deliver a more responsive, inclusive, innovative, and human-centric healthcare system.

By sharing strategic reforms and learnings from the frontline, examining the latest in digital health research, exploring innovations and fostering new collaborations, HIC 2024 will play a critical role in aiding system-wide digital transformation.

HIC 2024 will accelerate knowledge, build community, and drive change that enhances the positive impact of digital technologies in healthcare.

Together, we can influence lasting change in the healthcare system and help deliver healthier lives, digitally enabled.

Will you join us on this journey? Click here for more details…

MIE 2024 @ Athens Greece
Aug 25 – Aug 28 all-day
Digital Mental Health International Congress 2024 @ Shaw Centre Ottawa
Sep 19 – Sep 20 all-day

eMHIC’s 9th Digital Mental Health International Congress is the foremost global event in this niche domain with the sole focus on implementation. The theme of the upcoming Congress is “Digital Building Capacity: 24/7 Mental Health Support for All.

For the past nine years, the eMHIC Congress has been the trusted space for government officials, mental health commissioners, individuals with lived experience, innovators, researchers, frontline clinicians, and the global peak bodies committed to the effective implementation of digital mental health within their jurisdictions. They gather at the Congress to foster connections, facilitate collaboration, draw inspiration from cutting-edge innovations, and learn from successful large-scale implementations, all with the common aim of making a substantial impact on global mental health outcomes.

The Congress will be held both in person at the Shaw Centre in Ottawa, Canada, and online through eMHIC’s interactive event platform.  Click for more details…