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======== Call for Participation ========

Workshop on Interactive Systems in Healthcare

April 11, 2010, Atlanta Georgia USA

Co-located with the annual CHI conference

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Authors may present their work in one of two formats: Short Talks or  
Interactive Posters. Short Talks are brief oral presentations by the  
author, while interactive posters focus more on visual presentation  
and discussion between the author and attendees around the poster. We  
expect the majority of presentations to be interactive posters with a  
limited subset of people invited to give short talks. If you do not  
want to be considered for the short talk track, preferring only the  
poster presentation format, please make this known to the chairs. See  
also the WISH website: http://www.chi2010.org/wish

***Submissions***
Both short talk and posters should submit a four page paper in the ACM  
extended abstracts format. Submissions may also be shorter in length  
as is appropriate for content and your community.  Accepted  
submissions are published in the WISH 2010 proceedings but not the ACM  
digital library. Authors retain all copyright. We encourage  
preliminary ideas, design sketches, experimental results, policy and  
theoretical contributions, works in progress, and any other health and  
interactive systems related content.  The goal is to foster  
discussion, encourage broad ideas, and bring together a wide  
interdisciplinary audience.  Thus, we encourage people to submit from  
a wide variety of disciplines.  Also, we encourage people in  
attendance at the Wellness, Aging, and other related workshops on  
April 10 to also submit to and attend WISH. A submission should include:

	 A concise description of the idea(s)

	 Results, findings, or theoretical discussion

	 The implications of the work to the interdisciplinary community who  
may be present

	 Recommendations for further investigation

Full literature searches are not expected, although relevant citations  
should be included.
The paper and abstract, as submitted for review, will be regarded as  
the final publication-ready version of your submission. Therefore, the  
abstract and paper submission must be clearly written, carefully  
proofread, and correctly formatted.

***How to Submit***
Upload your submission in PDF format to the WISH Electronic Submission  
Web site at https://cmt.research.microsoft.com/WISH2010/ by 5:00pm PST  
6 January 2010. Follow the instructions for the file upload and enter  
the requested information, including author information, keywords, and  
abstract. Note that the process of producing a PDF file of your  
submission can sometimes cause changes in the length of the  
contributions. Authors are advised to generate and check PDFs of their  
submissions to verify that their final submission stays within the  
length restrictions of the WISH submission process.

*** Mentoring Program***

We are pleased to offer a mentoring program to pair students, post- 
doctoral researchers, and people relatively new to health+HCI research  
(e.g., clinicians, junior faculty, people switching fields) with  
senior members of the field.  This mentoring program will include a  
joint dinner with these individuals and some time for 1:1 meetings.   
We also hope to be able to offer fellowships to attend WISH and CHI  
corresponding with this program.  The size of each grant will be  
decided on a per-case basis and can be applied to registration,  
travel, and lodging. Preference will be given to people who: (a) have  
demonstrated need; (b) have not recently attended CHI and who might  
not otherwise attend the conference; (c) have work accepted to the  
workshop; (d) are  at a stage in their careers that they would benefit  
from mentorship.

To request assistance, please e-mail the following info to [log in to unmask] 
  [log in to unmask] by Jan 30, 2009.

Name:
E-mail:
Affiliation (department and organization):
Brief Bio:
Position (e.g. student, faculty, clinician, etc):
Homepage (if available):

The last time you attended the CHI conference:
Title of Submission (if you have one):
Amount of support requested (specify if for registration, travel,  
lodging, etc):

Please also attach CV that includes the name of your direct supervisor  
or thesis advisor.

***Steering Committee***

WISH has an incredible steering committee, all of whom will be in  
attendance at the event. This is a great opportunity to get into  
conversation with all of these leaders in the field about your work.

Gregory Abowd		Georgia Tech
James G. Anderson	Purdue
Jakob Bardram		ITU Copenhagen
Karen Cheng		Charles Drew University
Kay Connelly		Indiana University
Karen Courtney		University of Pittsburgh
Don Detmer			Virginia Tech
Gunther Eysenbach	University of Toronto
Sheba M. George	Charles Drew University
Bill Hersh			OHSU
Holly Jimison		OHSU
Bonnie Kaplan		Yale
Alex Mihalidis		University of Toronto
Margie Morris		Intel Research
Scooter Morris		UC San Francisco
Beth Mynatt			Georgia Tech
Vimla Patel			University of Texas, Houston
Wanda Pratt			University of Washington
Madhu Reddy		Pennsylvania State University
Philip Payne			Ohio State University
Cornie Scheffer		University of Stellenbosch
Chris Seebregts		South African Medical Reserach Council
Gerhard Troester		ETH Zurich


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