July 28-31, 2024
Submission Deadline: Friday 15th December 2023
The 16th International Congress in Nursing Informatics, NI2024, will be held in The University of Manchester, UK from July 28 – 31, 2024.
Innovation in Applied Nursing Informatics
NI2024 is the premier International Nursing Informatics Congress and is hosted by the International Medical Informatics Association, Nursing Informatics special interest group (IMIA-NI). NI2024 will bring together nurses from around the world to highlight the amazing work that nurses are doing in the field of informatics and digital health. The congress is at the intersection of nursing informatics research, practice, education, and policy.
Come and join us for 3 days in Manchester UK to celebrate 40 years of IMIA-NI and hear from international colleagues as they present peer-reviewed papers, posters, tutorials, workshops, and panels. New for NI2024, presentations will also include case studies, debates, and NI in practice technology demonstrations.
The Call for Participation will be open beginning on Monday 18th September 2023
and submissions will be accepted until Friday 15th December 2023.
Notice of acceptance will be announced on Friday 15th March 2024.
Full papers are original contributions that describe a completed study, a novel system, a methodology, report on the results of a systematic review or new insights from research or practice. A paper is shared by a 15-minute oral presentation with 5 minutes for audience questions and discussion. Student papers are welcomed.
A workshop is aimed at engaging the audience and collaborative working around a specific theme. Workshops feature 3-5 organisers, where the organisers operate on an equal footing with the audience rather than as experts or thought leaders. Workshops run for 1 hour and 20 minutes.
A panel typically features 3-5 panellists giving a brief presentation or making a position statement, followed by panellist discussion and including active audience interaction and participation. Panellists are usually thought leaders in the relevant field. Panels run for 1 hour and 20 minutes.
A poster illustrates pilot research, research in progress, the reporting of preliminary results, the design of a system or process or discussion of an innovation in practice, with a clear statement of the degree of innovation and key learning to date.
Case Studies are invited from nurses working in a clinical environment about informatics projects aimed at improving the day-to-day delivery of care OR that showcase practical applications of the latest digital health technologies that affect nurses. Case studies are shared by a 15-minute presentation with 5 minutes for audience questions and discussion.
Debates provide a platform for presenting pros and cons of an informatics issue and can cover a range of topics including ethical, technical, policy or research, with implications for health and nursing informatics. Debates include 2-4 organisers (1-2 Pro and 1-2 Con debaters) and run for 40 minutes.
Technology demonstrations illustrate one or more aspects of a leading-edge nursing technology in practice that is currently under development, at a testing/prototype stage, or at implementation stage. They are shared by a 15-minute demonstration with 5 minutes for audience questions and discussion.
If you have a question about where your project might fit, please contact the congress organising team at: EMAIL
The Call for Participation will be open beginning on Monday 18th September 2023 and Submissions will be accepted until Friday 15th December 2023.
Notice of acceptance is will be announced on Friday 15th March 2024.
The first of Britain’s great modern cities, Manchester is a true original; a confident, creative, contemporary city that likes to do things differently.
The University of Manchester has a strong heritage as a place of excellence for learning and innovation. The location in central Manchester is easily accessed from all parts of the UK making it the perfect
venue for NI2024
We are looking forward to welcoming you to Manchester in July 2024. Due to the high demand for hotels in July 2024 we strongly recommend you book accommodation well in advance.
Monday 18th September 2023
Friday 15th December 2023
Monday 11th December 2023
Friday 15th March 2024
Submissions are welcome for consideration for the Nursing Informatics Congress, which will be held in Manchester, UK from 28th to 31st July 2024
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