DIGI-HEALTH 2023: The 1st IEEE International Workshop on Digital and Public Health
*= in-person presentation in Torino
Examining the Relationship Between Stress Levels and Cybersecurity Practices Among Hospital Employees in Three Countries: Ghana, Norway, and Indonesia*
Muhammad Ali Fauzi, Prosper Yeng, Bian Yang, Dita Rachmayani and Peter Nimbe
Review of Machine Learning Advancements for Single-Cell Analysis*
Nida Nasir, Mohammad Alshabi, Nabeel Al-Yateem, Syed Azizur Rahman, Muhammad Arsyad Subu, Heba Hesham Hijazi, Fatma Refaat Ahmed, Jacqueline Maria Dias, Amina Al Marzouqi, Mohammad Yousef Alkhawaldeh, Ahmad Rajeh Saifan and Mohannad Eid Aburuz
Sentence Level Analysis for Detecting Mental Health Causes Using Social Media Posts
Abm. Adnan Azmee, Manohar Murikipudi, Md Abdullah Al Hafiz Khan and Yong Pei
Detection of Behavioral Health Cases from Sensitive Police Officer Narratives
Martin Brown, Md Abdullah Al Hafiz Khan, Dominic Thomas, Yong Pei and Monica Nandan
Using robotic technology in intensive care units: A qualitative exploration of nurses’ perspective in Indonesia*
Suhartini Ismail, Muhammad Arsyad Subu, Nabeel Al-Yateem, Mohammad Yousef Alkawaldeh, Fatma Refaat Ahmed, Jacqueline Maria Dias, Mohannad Eid Aburuz, Ahmad Rajeh Saifan, Amina Al Marzouqi, Heba Hesham Hijazi, Mohammad Alshabi and Syed Azizur Rahman
Cardiovascular Health Management Compliance with Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act*
Masrura Tasnim, Arleen Joy Patinga and Hossain Shahriar Shahriar
Smartphone Addiction and Mental Health Wellbeing Among Indonesian Adolescents*
Muhammad Arsyad Subu, Mohammad Yousef Alkhawaldeh, Fatma Refaat Ahmed, Nabeel Al-Yateem, Jacqueline Maria Dias, Syed Azizur Rahman, Mohannad Eid Aburuz, Ahmad Rajeh Saifan, Amina Al Marzouqi, Heba Hesham Hijazi, Mohamad Qasim Alshabi and Ahmed Hossain
BlockTheFall: Wearable Device-based Fall Detection Framework Powered by Machine Learning and Blockchain for Elderly Care*
Bilash Saha, Md Saiful Islam, Abm Kamrul Riad, Sharaban Tahora and Hossain Shahriar
Positive Perception of Self-Medication Practice and Cyberchondria Behavior Among Adults in Bangladesh
Ahmed Hossain, Md. Aminul Islam, Anika Tasneem Chowdhury, Syed Azizur Rahman, Alounoud Salman, Jacqueline Maria Dias, Muhammad Arsyad Subu, Mohammad Yousef Alkhawaldeh, Amina Al Marzouqi, Heba Hesham Hijazi, Mohammad Alshabi and Nabeel Al-Yateem
Telehealth for obstetrics and gynecology outpatinets: Improving patients’ experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic*
Mohammad Yousef Alkhawaldeh, Muhammad Arsyad Subu, Nabeel Al-Yateem, Syed Azizur Rahman, Fatma Refaat Ahmed, Jacqueline Maria Dias, Mohannad Eid Aburuz, Ahmad Rajeh Saifan, Amina Al Marzouqi, Heba Hesham Hijazi, Mohammad Alshabi and Ahmed Hossain
Challenges of Artificial Intelligence in Medicine
Nida Nasir, Mohammad Alshabi, Nabeel Al-Yateem, Syed Azizur Rahman, Muhammad Arsyad Subu, Heba Hesham Hijazi, Fatma Refaat Ahmed, Jacqueline Maria Dias, Amina Al Marzouqi, Mohammad Yousef Alkhawaldeh, Mohannad Eid Aburuz and Ahmed Rajeh Saifan
Goals of the Workshop
The goal of the workshop is to exchange digital health information among researchers and practitioners from academia and industry on safe, reliable, and trustworthy real-world applications. DIGI-HEALTH 2023 will provide a forum for applied health research with a strong empirical component, focusing on the states of the art and of the practice of digital health. It will be a two sessions workshop during which researchers and practitioners will interact and address the challenges of, find potential solutions for, and share experiences with the development, release, and testing of robust solutions for digital health systems. It will also help to build connections among various communities. The workshop will consist of keynotes, and paper presentations, talks, working groups after each lighting session, and a fishbowl panel for semi-structured group discussions at the end of the workshop.
In the framework of public health, the workshop will bring together experts and practitioners to share research findings, developments, and practical experience pertaining to digital health.
Digital health is a board of multi-disciplinary concepts of integrated technologies in the medical area, especially for public health. It includes mobile health (mHealth), health information technology (IT), wearable devices, telehealth, and telemedicine for the betterment of public health. Integrating and deploying information and communications technologies in medicine and health care professionals reduce public health risks, manage the illness, promote wellness and assist the care providers in the treatment process. In the market context, in 2020, the demand for digital health was estimated to be worth over 200 billion USD. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the demand and necessity for digital health have rapidly grown not only in developed countries but in all other developing and low-and-middle-income countries (LMICs) in the world. To increase the effectiveness of providing evidence-based healthcare, digital health offers potential to connect “digital technology” with health, the healthcare industry, daily life, and society. Establishing a digital health research lab is a source of digital health product for the market of public health.
Digital health is vital for health care to design systems that are secure, interoperable, modifiable, and scalable. However, there is no a consensus of crucial questions like what are the best practices for developing projects for digital health, how to select the best architecture, which communications protocols are the most suitable, and what are the best practices in terms of security and privacy.
Scope of the Workshop
Topics for papers and talks include but are not limited to:
- Analysis of social media and crowdwourcing for predicting and monitoring infectious disease outbreaks, as well as planning and managing care and supply delivery.
- Mobile health (mHealth) services and applications that involve the use of mobile devices to collect community and clinical health data, as well as the distribution of healthcare information to healthcare practitioners, researchers and patients.
- Using digital health technologies to reduce disparities and improve participation among underserved and vulnerable communities
- Monitoring of patient vital signs in real-time and the direct provision of care (telehealth/telemedicine) for the purpose of patient treatment, training and collabrating with healthcare professionals, among other uses of telehealth/telemedicine.
- Service design for therapeutic algorithms and disease/condition-specific interventions (e.g., diabetes, obesity, COPD, dementia, post cancer treatment, allergies, mental health)
- Models and architectures for integrated digital health care services
- Digital health systems and technologies for the training and development of health care professionals
The implementation of digital health technology in the public domain will bring tremendous benefits and opportunities. However, there will be obstacles to overcome in order to improve its application.
Prospective participants are invited to submit a paper describing their work or ideas related to the workshop topics. We also welcome experience reports or discussion of work-in-progress as well as long papers (limited to 6 pages).
IEEE Paper templates are available in MS Word 2003 and LaTex. All submissions must use US 8.5×11 letter page format.
Main conference/symposium papers due:
15 January 2023Extended to 15 February 2023
Notification: 7 April 2023
Camera-ready and registration due:
7 May 2023 Updated: 18 May 2023
Journal then Conference Submissions
Due date: April 7, 2023
Notifications: April 30, 2023
Workshops, Fast Abstract, SRS Programs
EXTENDED: Workshop papers due: 21 April 2023
UPDATED: Notifications: 7 May 2023
UPDATED: Camera-ready and registration due: Updated: 18 May 2023
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Workshop Advisory Committee
Sheikh Iqbal Ahamed, Marquette University, USA
Hossain Shahriar, Kennesaw State University, USA
Workshop General Chair
Amina Almarzouqi, University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
Akm Jahangir Majumder, University of South Carolina Upstate, USA
Golam Mushih Tanimul Ahsan, University of Wisconsin – Green Bay, USA
Nabeel Al-Yateem, University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
Syed Azizur Rahman, University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates