(Fwd) workshop computers in anaesthesia and intensive care

From: Steve Rees (sr@danablue.vision.auc.dk)
Date: Thu Mar 22 2001 - 03:49:30 MET

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                                     WORKSHOP

                  Computers in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care:
                  Knowledge-Based Information Management

                                    Sunday, July 1st, 2001

            http://www.miba.auc.dk/~sr/AIME01/caic.html
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    As Part of:

            AIME'01 - The eighth european conference on
            Artificial Intelligence in Medicine

            Cascais, Portugal 1st-4th July 2001

            http://centria.di.fct.unl.pt/conferences/aime01/
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    SUBMISSION OF PAPERS: Please submit short papers (2-5
    pages) before April 23rd, 2001 to sr@miba.auc.dk.

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    This workshop In cooperation with ESCTAIC, European Society for
    Computing and echnology in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care

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    General information

    The workshop on "Computers in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care:
    Knoweldge-Based Information Management", is a one day
    workshop held as part of AIME'01. The workshop will be held in the
    premises of the 'Cultural Centre of Cascais', Cascais, Portugal, on
    Sunday, July 01, 2001 prior to the start of the main
    AIME'01 conference.

    Gathering in an informal setting, workshop participants will have the
    opportunity to meet and discuss selected technical topics in an
    atmosphere which fosters the active exchange of ideas among
    researchers and practitioners. The workshop is intended to be a
    genuinely interactive event and not a mini conference, and will
    therefore include presentation of short papers (2-5 pages) and
    ample time will for general discussion. The workshop will last one
    full day. Attendees at the workshop have to register at
    http://centria.di.fct.unl.pt/conferences/aime01/ . The cost of the
    workshop is only 50 Euros

    Topic

    The care of critically ill patients in Intensive Care Units (ICUs) and
    during Anaesthesia is becoming increasingly complex. Clinicians
    are required to rapidly interpret and respond to a large number of
    clinical parameters, selecting appropriate treatment for the patient
    among many different options. New measurement technology has
    increased the demand for improved information management, as
    has the need to monitor and assess the quality of care provided.
    This workshop presents "State of the art" applications of
    information technology for clinicians, researchers and industry
    working in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care.
      

    Topics of particular interest include, but are not limited to:

         computational methods for intelligent data analysis (e.g.,
    interpretation of time-ordered data)
         quality control and assessment
         clinical guidelines and protocols
         effective and efficient monitoring (including intelligent alarming)
         decision support
         physiological modeling
         planning and scheduling
         uncertain and temporal reasoning
         information visualization

    Instructions for authors

    Authors are requested to submit short papers (2-5 pages,
    postscript or word file) by email, on or before April 23rd 2001, to the
    workshop chair Stephen Rees sr@miba.auc.dk. Authors will be
    notified of acceptance by May 15th 2001. Accepted papers will be
    published in working notes. Papers should be written in English
    with a brief abstract. Formatting instructions can be found at
    http://www.miba.auc.dk/~sr/AIME01/caic.html.

    Each long presentation is allocated 30 mins, of which 20 mins are
    allocated for presentation and 10 mins for discussion, while short
    presentation is allocated 15 mins, 10 mins for presentation and 5
    mins for discussion.

    Organizing Committee

         Stephen Rees (Chair) (DK)
         Silvia Miksch(A)
         Michel Dojat (F)
         Jim Hunter (UK)
         Giulio Trillo (It)

      
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