The past three years have been a challenging period for both community and public health care workers, nurses and scientists in the fight against COVID-19. In particular, the pandemic has brought about new innovations in communication and cost-cutting benefits in health informatics and nursing informatics and nursing. At the same time, the pandemic has strained hospital staff resources with particular drain on nursing. In Japan, a shortage of nurses existed prior to the pandemic: however, a report by McKinsey discovered that a workforce shortage of nurses is now growing in the US, and it is likely that is fast becoming a global issue. So, it is imperative that nursing education programs rethink how to meet this widening challenge for the healthcare industry.
The 3rd Asian Symposium on Health Informatics and Nursing Education – SHINE 2022 is being convened by INTESDA in affiliation with the the Parasitic Disease Research Center, Suranaree University of Technology, Thailand and the Family Medical Co., Ltd., Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand.
With the theme Innovations in Nursing and Informatics, we welcome submissions of 250 words in English is Monday, August 29, 2022. Click on the button below to submit your proposal today!
SHINE 2022 Streams
- Child Health, Pediatric, Neonatal, Maternal Nursing
- Health and Medical Informatics
- Life Sciences in the Fight Against COVID-19
- Nursing Education and Practice
- Nursing Science and Informatics
- Nutrition, Malnutrition and Dietetics
- Occupational and Physical Therapy and Industrial Health
- Pathology and Public Health
- Roles and Risks of Nurses to Prevent COVID-19
- Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
- Other Areas of Nursing and Health Informatics
- Abstracts must be less than 250 words in English and sent via the online system.
- Submissions should include a university or institution personal email address.
- The lingua franca of submissions, papers and presentations is English.
- Only authors listed on the submission may give the presentation.
- A maximum of (2) submissions is permitted per author.
- Abstracts derived from plagiarized or copyrighted research will be rejected.
- The review committee does not correct grammar, spelling or usage errors.
- We encourage work that introduces new ideas and conceptualizations, research and understandings to the field, as well as analysis of both success and failure.
All submissions are graded using a double blind, peer review process. The abstract is scored using a rubric that assessed areas such as originality, clarity/organization, spelling/grammar and suitability for the event.
Due to ongoing efforts to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, such as travel restrictions, curfews and business shutdowns in major metropolitan areas, this conference is being held online.
Please click on the link below to download our guidelines and instructions for giving live presentations or pre-recorded presentations or virtual posters via Zoom:
Organizing Your Own Panel
If you would like to organize your own panel of presenters, please contact the Secretariat. Panel requests must be received at least two weeks before the submission deadline. The panel should have at least 3 to 5 members (including the leader) and the names of all the panel members must appear in the abstract proposal.
Please note that only the abstracts undergo a peer-review and that full papers are not peer-reviewed. The proceedings are not peer-reviewed, only the abstract review for participation in this event. The proceedings will be available shortly after the conclusion of the event.
Full Papers & Template
Full Papers are not peer-reviewed nor required; however, if you would like to submit a paper it must be less than 2500 words and sent in Word format (PDF is not accepted) with a maximum file size of 1.5 MB by the deadline. Correct spelling, grammar and punctuation is the responsibility of the author. Use of the Full Paper Template is absolutely required. Papers submitted differently will be rejected.