Your Presentation at the DMEA - Call for Papers Congress Program
Help Shape the DMEA With Your Presentation!
In the congress programm of DMEA 2023 we would like to show which topics, questions and trends are shaping digitisation in the health care system today and in the future.
You can also inform yourself about all important aspects of the Call for Papers in our free and digital Q&A sessions and ask your questions live:
- Next Q&A Session: Thursday, Dec. 1., 2022, 1:30 pm (Zoom)
We look forward to your participation!
All Important Information at a Glance
The Call for Papers for the DMEA Congress is open to all stakeholders in the healthcare industry or other appropriate industries. We look forward to receiving diverse, innovative and practical submissions.
We do not recommend this, as each application should be specific to a congress theme if possible.
Participation in the Call for Papers is completely free of charge. There are no fees for you for either the submission of a paper or the subsequent placement.
The content and therefore also the selection of the presentations for each session are the responsibility of the respective session leaders. They are guided by the following weighting:
- Practical benefit for users (25%)
- Technical quality (including content, methodology, framework conditions) (10%)
- Structuring, comprehensibility and comprehensibility of the abstract (10%)
- Originality and degree of innovation of the contribution (20%)
- Sufficient consideration of legal, technical and organizational aspects (10%)
- Relevance of the contribution to the session (15%)
- Internationality and diversity of speakers (10%)
Four submission tips:
- When writing your abstract, follow the structure guidelines.
- Match your abstract as closely as possible to the descriptive text of the selected congress topic.
- Refrain from promotional content. Presentations with a scientific focus and those that concentrate on imparting knowledge are in demand.
- Make your presentation as practice-oriented as possible; user presentations are welcome.