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“CFP: Exploiting Existing Data for Health Research” 4th International SHIP Conference 2013: General call for papers

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“Exploiting Existing Data for Health Research” 4th International Conference hosted by the Scottish Health Informatics Programme in association with the four UK Ehealth Informatics Research Centres, 28th – 30th August 2013, St Andrews, Scotland.


Following on from the initial call for proposals for conference sessions, the conference organisers would like to extend a general call for the submission of research papers to be presented at the conference. The conference provides a forum for the presentation of new and exciting research that uses linked, electronic health data and an opportunity to discuss present and future challenges in this area. We would welcome interested delegates to submit papers around the following suggested, but by no means exhaustive, themes:



More details about registration, the call for papers and abstract submission guidelines can be found in the following PDF document which can be downloaded here:


We would also like to announce that registration for the conference is now open. More information can be found on the website:


More general information about the conference will be added at the following link in the coming months:


Enquiries about the conference should be directed to Christina Lamb at the following contact details:


Tel: +44 1334 463992


We look forward to receiving your abstract. With best wishes on behalf of SHIP,


Chris Dibben

Colin McCowan

Tom Clemens

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