Event Date/Time: Jan 30, 2012 End Date/Time: Feb 02, 2012
Registration Date: Jan 30, 2011
Early Registration Date: Oct 30, 2011
Abstract Submission Date: Aug 30, 2011
Paper Submission Date: Sep 01, 2011
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The theme of the 4th e-Health and Environment Conference under the HBMeU 2012 Annual Congress is “Building an Innovative and Competitive Vision for e-Health and Environment in the 21st Century." In the current state of high economic pressures, rapidly evolving healthcare technologies and documented environmental risks, the need for innovative visions becomes a priority. Previously implemented strategies fell apart form achieving the desired outcomes and calls for a new vision that takes all factors into account.

The 4th e-Health and Environment Conference will provide unique opportunities for researchers to build this new vision through tackling specific healthcare and environmental topics. These topics are presented in the following section which represents priority topics for the conference sessions. Although topics have been categorized into healthcare and environmental ones, this by no means intend to separate both concepts, on the contrary, topics merging both fields will be appreciated


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We invite all those engaged in e-Health and Environment issues to share their experiences and practices by submitting research papers, case studies, poster presentations, students brief papers & reviews, in accordance to the following themes: Environmental Related Issues: Environmental awareness for economic competitiveness Updates on biomedical waste management Innovative techniques to combat desertification and water problems Progressing with meeting and enforcing auto emission standards Environmental standards and competitiveness of key economic sectors e-Health Related Issues: Enhance competitiveness of healthcare sector through e-health solutions Information infrastructure to improve health and environment e-Learning and competitiveness in the healthcare market Caring for the e- Community Need for e-health governance to enhance competitiveness Responsiveness to patient needs for market competitivenes