Workshop call for abstracts

Workshop submissions

Workshop submissions must be a maximum of 3 pages in length including references (if any). A workshop is aimed at engaging the audience and collaborative work around a specific theme. A workshop typically features 2-5 organisers. In a workshop, the organisers operate on equal footing with the audience rather than as experts or thought leaders. Workshop proposals must include a general description of the topic proposed with the appropriate headings. Brief biographies of the workshop organisers, as well as their specific contributions to the workshop must be provided.

Workshops are part of the pre-conference program on Sunday 26 July and are scheduled for 180 minute sessions.

Key dates

➠ Call for submissions Now open
➠ Registration Now open
➠ Submissions close 6 Dec

➠ Notification to authors Week of 24 Feb
➠ Resubmission 27 Mar
➠ Author registration deadline 27 Mar


Authors are encouraged to submit under the following streams. The bullet points under each stream provides context of the type of content in those areas.


  • Data analytics and the use of nursing data
    • Applications and research of data science in nursing
    • Data visualisation, data analysis, communication and simulation approaches
    • Natural language processing, artificial intelligence and deep learning
  • Digital health nursing workforce development
    • Nursing Informatics education
    • Nursing workforce development
    • Building workforce capacity
    • Governance, change and adoption
  • Innovation and entrepreneurship in nursing
    • Innovative research and uses of emerging technology e.g. apps, wearables, virtual/augmented reality, robotics
    • Strategic opportunities for investment and innovation
  • Nursing information systems
    • Methods to develop and implement clinical data integration and exchange, involving nursing specific data, standards and language
    • Convergence of data/interoperability between medical devices and EMRs
  • Patient participation and citizen involvement
    • Research and application of patient-facing technologies–such as Personal Health Records (PHRs), symptom tracking, fitness trackers, etc.
    • The consumer perspective, access and technology design to improve consumer experience
    • Enhancing two-way communication of information between consumer and clinician
  • Informatics in clinical care
    • Quality, safety and patient outcomes
    • User experience design UX, human-computer interaction and human factors
    • System and workflow implementation/change management/adoption and use
    • Clinical decision support
    • Data integrity, reliability
    • Clinical guidelines and evidence-based practice
  • Health policy, service delivery and ethics
    • New service delivery and business models of healthcare
    • Health service delivery improvements
    • Privacy and consent
    • Cybersecurity
    • Access to and equity in healthcare
  • Integrated and connected care
    • Convergence of healthcare with social and community care
    • Integrated approaches to mental health, chronic disease
    • Technology assisted care across multiple disciplines/providers/regions/precincts
    • Managing healthcare in priority areas
  • System implementations and digital workplaces
    • Nursing roles in digital hospital implementations and change management
    • EMRs and digital records management
    • Medications management
    • Specialty systems