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May 01st 2018




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May 03rd 2018

1st International Conference on Cancer Care Informatics  
Event Serial - ACA146987
Website   https://cancercareinformatics.org/cci/
Contact Person - Abdelghani Tbakhi
Event enquiries email address - info@cancercareinformatics.org
Deadline for abstracts/proposals: 2018-02-28
Organized by: King Hussein Cancer Foundation
Venue: Amman, , Jordan

About Event

CancerCareInformatics is the first dedicated international conference on Cancer Informatics attracting researchers, policy makers, and practitioners that employ informatics to empower cancer care holistically, where the cancer patient is the focus in the cancer care journey involving all concerned stakeholders. The conference is anticipated not only to be a platform, but also as a key enabler for developing new kledge to address many of the unmet needs of healthcare strategies and policy makers in informatics-empowered cancer care, provide accessibility to next generation peer-reviewed research in cancer care informatics, requirements engineering for cancer care, lean engineering of cancer care processes, policy changes to cancer care enabled by informatics, governance, change management, and taking into consideration cultural change implications in attending to informatics-enabled cancer care