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G’day from your colleagues in Australia! Welcome to the congress website.

HISA  Australia, hosts the 12th International Health (Medical) Informatics Congress, Medinfo. Medinfo 2007 will be held from August 20 - 24, 2007 at the Brisbane Convention Centre, Southbank BrisbaneWorkshops and tutorials will be held on August 19 & 20 at the venue.

More about the convention centre.... Visitor information    
Convention in general     River room


First World Conference on Pathology Informatics  (WCPI) Brisbane Convention Centre 16-17 August 2007; preconference workshop 15th August.

Third Information Technology in Health Care (ITHC) Socio-technical Approaches Sydney; 28 August workshop, registration and conference 28-30 August 2007

1st World Nursing Informatics Leadership Conference

To be held in conjunction with Medinfo 2007 August 2007, Australia
Venue:Brisbane Convention Centre, River Room, Southbank
Sunday 19 and Monday 20 August 2007

The Health Informatics Society of Australia (HISA) is the national country member to IMIA.  HISA commenced operations in 1993. Since the Association's formation the discipline of health informatics has grown immensely.  HISA hosts of the annual prestigious HIC event that brings the Australian health informatics community together. It is with great pride that HISA with our New Zealand informatics members HINZ in association with the IMIA country members host the 12th triennial Medinfo 2007 congress in Brisbane, Australia.  Medinfo 2007 will include HIC 2007.

Email: Medinfo Congress
For all your conference registration needs

Email: Medinfo Secretariat 
Joan Edgecumbe, Secretariat Manager, Australia

Dr Evelyn Hovenga Organising Committee Chairperson, Australia

IMIA  International host
The origins of IMIA can be traced to a technical committee formed within the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) 1967. By 1979, IMIA had established its own bylaws and identity to be the home for collaboration and international advancement of medical informatics. IMIA today has 40 national country members, eighteen working groups (representing specialist areas within health informatics disciplines), forty-one academic and ten industry members of the IMIA family.

Please do not leave the site till you have completed your attendee interest!

About the Website
Medinfo will continue to bring you all the updated and the latest information about opportunities, news and special offers during 2006 & 2007.  Information you will require to plan your visit, participate and meet with your Australian and New Zealand colleagues in August 2007. 



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