26-27 November 2020

Welcome Message

The EFMI 2020 Special Topic Conference will be held as an electronic conference in November the 26th -27th, 2020. The topic of the conference is “Integrated citizen centered digital health and social care – Citizens as data producers and service co-creators”. This topic gives the opportunity to present innovative solutions to let the citizens to take greater responsibility of their health with the help of information and communication technology. Some of the solutions can still be in research state and some can already report results and experiences of implemented systems in use. This conference is an excellent place to get connected to other researches working in this area.

The eConference implementation saves you from the trouble of travel arrangements. You can enjoy the conference as comfortably as you choose – in your own home. Although the possibility to meet face-to-face is not available, we shall make efforts to simulate these during the conference. Stay tuned and welcome!

Key Dates

  • 12.7.2020: Early bird registration opens

  • 29.7.2020: Deadline paper and short paper submission
  • 31.8.2020: Deadline panel and workshop submissions
  • 4.9.2020: Author notification of acceptance
  • 15.9.2020: Notification of workshop and panel acceptance
  • 28.9.2020: Resubmission deadline proceedings papers / short papers
  • 17.9.2020 Mandatory papers and short papers authors’ registration

  • 28.9.2020: Early bird registration deadline
  • 1.10.2020 Registration of panel and workshop authors
  • 19.11.2020 Regular price registration deadline
  • 26-27.11.2020: Conference days

Conference Topics

Full papers and Posters are welcome on topics including (but not limited to):

  • Tools and technologies to support citizen centered digital services
  • Capacity building to enhance the development and use of digital services
  • Confidentiality, data integrity and data protection to guarantee trustworthy services
  • Citizen safety in digital services
  • Effectiveness and impacts of citizen digital and integrated health and social services
  • Evaluation approaches and methods for digital services
  • Usability, usefulness and user acceptance of digital services
  • Guidelines for successful implementation of digital services for citizen