Join us at Med-e-Tel 2016 (6-8 April 2016) - 14th edition - and actively participate in the educational and information program of seminars, workshops, demonstrations and interactive panel discussions on eHealth, Telemedicine and ICT applications in medicine, health and social care. Med-e-Tel is the official event of the International Society for Telemedicine & eHealth (www.isfteh.org), the international federation of national associations who represent their country's Telemedicine and eHealth stakeholders. Supported by a wide range of other national and international associations and institutions as well, this three day meeting and networking event brings together stakeholders and leading experts from around the world to present and share recent achievements and developments in the field.
We encourage you especially to submit presentation proposals that focus on practical experiences from a clinician, care provider, patient/user, payor, or public health perspective, or that focus on research outcomes showing clinical, medical and health benefits, cost benefits, quality of life benefits!
The areas covered in the Med-e-Tel 2016 conference program will include (but are not strictly limited to):
Presentation proposals on the above and other relevant topics for inclusion into the Med-e-Tel conference program are welcome. As indicated, we especially encourage contributions on practical experiences and research activities providing evidence for the efficiency, effectiveness and user acceptance of telemedicine and eHealth applications, as well as presentations of successful business cases and projects. Through the presentations, the expo and the extensive networking opportunities, attendees will have unmatched possibilities to gather the latest news from leaders in the field and to establish new professional relationships.
The conference program is spread over the three days of the event. Click here for a general schedule. A more detailed schedule will become available towards early 2016.
Click here for the online abstract submission form and follow the guidelines (note: text of the abstract should be limited to max. 2200 characters (incl. spaces); plain text only, no images or tables, no bullets, no references, etc.). All abstracts should be submitted using this online form. Abstract submission deadline is January 8, 2016.
Presentations are only in English and can be done either orally or as posters. If you prefer to submit a poster presentation please indicate this at the end of the abstract submission form.
For oral presentations each speaker will have 10 minutes to present plus 4 minutes for Q&A. A computer (running on Windows, with Microsoft PowerPoint) will be available in the conference rooms (if you are using other presentation software, please contact the organizers before March 1, 2016). Once your abstract has been accepted, your PowerPoint presentation should be submitted by the deadline of 25 March 2016 and will be uploaded in advance onto the conference room computers (if presentations are submitted later than March 25, 2015, organizers decline any responsibility for omissions or mistakes in the uploaded presentations).
If you prefer to present your submission as a poster, please indicate so on the Abstract Submission form. It is possible that your presentation will be scheduled as a poster, even if you did not indicate a preference for a poster (depending on available oral presentation slots in the final program).
Posters are a great way to communicate about research and can foster immediate in-depth conversations. Posters will be displayed in prominent places at the conference venue and we will designate a particular time when authors can stand by their posters to discuss their research with Med-e-Tel participants.
A Best Poster Certificate will be awarded by a panel of judges. The Best Poster will be announced at the end of the second day during the Sponsor & Attendee Reception. The award will be based on both content and graphic appeal of the poster.
Accepted abstracts will be published on the Med-e-Tel website towards mid-February 2016. They will also be published in a special issue of the Journal of the International Society for Telemedicine & eHealth (www.jisfteh.org).
Full papers of accepted abstracts will be published (if received by the deadline date of February 5, 2016 and if at least one of the co-authors had registered and paid the registration fee by the deadline of February 1, 2016) in the Med-e-Tel 2016 Proceedings (CD-ROM) that will be available by the time of the event, and also in the book "Global Telemedicine and eHealth Updates: Knowledge Resources, Vol. 9" if approved anonymously by independent reviewers.
Click here for full paper submission guidelines.
In addition, PowerPoint presentations will also be published on the Med-e-Tel website after the event.
3 August 2015
Call for Abstracts opens
8 January 2016
Abstract submission deadline
18 January 2016 Notification of acceptance
1 February 2016
Deadline for registration and payment for speakers
Click here for registration conditions
5 February 2016 Deadline for camera-ready submission of full text papers
25 March 2016 Deadline for submitting PowerPoint presentations
6-8 April 2016 Med-e-Tel
For further information about Med-e-Tel, to register, for information about special hotel deals, and more, please browse the other sections of this website.
For questions regarding the submission of abstracts and the educational program, please feel free to contact Dr. Malina Jordanova, Educational Program Coordinator, tel: +359 2 979 32 02, or e-mail: email@example.com
For general information regarding Med-e-Tel and sponsorship/exhibition opportunities, please contact Frederic Lievens, International Coordinator, tel: +32 2 269 84 56, mobile: +32 478 59 36 99, fax: +32 2 269 79 53, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to welcoming you to Luxembourg in April 2016 for the 14th annual Med-e-Tel event!
Educational Program Coordinator