[AK-MI] CfP: 4th International Workshop on Software Engineering in Health Care SEHC 2012

Elske Ammenwerth Elske.Ammenwerth at umit.at
Mi Dez 21 13:56:05 CET 2011

Call for Papers
4th International Workshop on Software Engineering in Health Care SEHC 2012
at International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE 2012) 
   Zurich, Switzerland, www.icse.2012.org   
Important Dates 
Paper submission deadline: February 17, 2012 
Paper acceptance notification: March, 19 2012 
Camera-ready accepted paper deadline: March 29, 2011 
Workshop: June 4 and 5, 2012 
Workshop overview 
The world faces increasing reliance on software-intensive systems to manage
quality health care services, from scheduling, billing, and health care
records to the control of life-critical devices and process-guided
procedures. Unique challenges and risks arise with the development,
evolution, and integration of health software. The goal of this fourth
workshop is to continue the development of an interdisciplinary community to
identify and address software engineering challenges in health care

Example Topics for Submission
We solicit submissions in the following, non-exclusive areas:
. Software engineering for clinical, home, and mobile healthcare systems
(subsuming information and communication systems and devices)
. Quality assurance techniques including testing, static/dynamic analyses,
and formal methods in health care systems, processes, and medical devices
. Security engineering aspects of health care systems
. Middleware and interoperability infrastructure for integration of medical
devices into overall healthcare systems
. Requirements engineering for health care processes and systems (involving
many different stakeholders)
. Model-driven engineering for health care systems and system integration
. Architectures and product line techniques for healthcare systems and
system integration
. Healthcare process definition, analysis, automation, and improvement
. User interface issues in health care systems and processes
. Certification and regulatory issues in medical device and health care
system development

With these themes as a starting point, the SEHC 2012 invites broad
participation from people who are actively involved in research and
development in any of the above or related areas. To accommodate for the
participation of researchers involved in projects in different stages of
maturity, we seek a variety of contributions,including 
1. short papers (up to 4 pages long)  -- short papers include contributions
that may report initial research results that might not yet be mature enough
for a full research paper or may be a position paper that presents forward
looking ideas/concepts.
2. tool descriptions (up to 4 pages long)  -- tool papers report on tools
that support one or more aspects of engineering health-related software
3. clinical case studies (up to 7 pages long) - clinical case studies report
on case studies that involve applying and evaluating software engineering
techniques in a clinical setting.
4. research results papers (up to 7 pages long)  -- research papers describe
novel results related to one or more topics of the workshop
Further information can be found on http://www.sehc.info/sehc2012.htm. 

Workshop organizers 
Ruth Breu, University of Innsbruck
John Hatcliff, Kansas State University

contact: sehc2012 at easychair.org  

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