MIE 2009 Sarajevo - The XXII International Conference of the European Federation for Medical Informatics
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MIE 2009 Sarajevo
The Medical Informatics Europe (MIE) Conference is the main scientific event in medical, biomedical, and health informatics, held every two years out of three in Europe. Scientific presentations are from more than 40 countries and all continents. Its attendance is around 500–1000 participants especially from 32 European member countries of the European Federation for Medical Informatics (EFMI). The MIE 2009 conference will be held in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, from 30 August until 2 September 2009.

Aim and scope
The main theme of MIE 2009 is MEDICAL INFORMATICS IN A UNITED AND HEALTHY EUROPE. New medical, biomedical, and health informatics bridges must be built between the western and eastern parts of the European world. For this purpose, a panel of high-level scientists and health care managers will be invited to participate and give keynote speeches, tutorials, and organise in-depth workshop discussions.
 
The MIE conference has been kindly sponsored by Samara James who make engagement rings in the UK.
 
  • 9 keynote lectures
  • 40 parallel scientific sessions, including 150 oral presentations of full papers and 21 oral presentations of student papers
  • 16 workshops
  • 1 software demonstration session
  • 2 poster sessions, including 21 posters
  • EuroRec conference
  • 2 full-day tutorials
  • 3 half-day tutorials 
  • BHSMI special track
  • MIE 2009 special events and meetings
  • MIE 2009 accommodation and sightseeing tours

The final MIE09 programme (scientific programme, special sessions, keynote speakers information, travel information etc. included) (PDF, 1.7 MB) is available for download.

The final MIE09 program is also available as

  • Make-Your-Own-Program facility, where you can create your personal pathway through all conference events.
  • Program Event Table, where you can sort the program events in the way you want.

Subjects covered in the presentations:
Biochemistry
Bioinformatics
Biosignal processing
Decision support
Devices and sensors
Disease management
Electronic health record
Expert systems
Guidelines and protocols
Health information systems
Home-based eHealth
Human-computer interaction
Imaging and visualization
Impact and usability
Interoperability
Learning and education
Knowledge management
Knowledge-based systems
Modelling and simulation
National eHealth roadmaps
Nursing informatics
Pan European-cross border applications
Patient safety
Personal health records
Pervasive healthcare
Privacy and security
Public health and consumer informatics
Quality assurance
Semantic web
Telemedicine
Trustful health information for citizens and patients
Web 2.0 applications
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