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CBMS 2006: The 19th IEEE International Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems

What it is: General Description

CBMS 2006 is intended to provide an international forum for discussing the latest results in the field of computational medicine. The symposium is dedicated to a broad array of issues which relate computing to medicine. It consists of both regular and special track sessions with technical contributions reviewed and selected by an international program committee, as well as invited talks given by leading scientists.

See below for a list of relevant topics. For a brief history of the conference (including links to available web resources), see "Where it's Been Before" on the "Where" page.

What Topics are Relevant: Topics and Special Tracks

CBMS 2006 will accept papers on a number of different general topics; paper authors may also submit their work to one of a number of different special tracks, reviewed by various Special Track Chairs. A special track consists of the presentation of several papers in a medical informatics sub discipline or a special field, refereed by researchers and practitioners in the field.

General Topics

Special Tracks

What Submission Involves: Process & Requirements

A step by step guide to the paper submission process can be found under "How to Submit a Paper: Process & Requirements" on the "How" page.

What Presenting is Like: If Your Paper is Accepted…

Each accepted paper will be given 20 minutes for presentation, including questions and discussion. An LCD projector, screen, and pointer will be provided. Presenters can bring their own computer to attach to the projector for the presentation or can pre-load their presentations on a computer which will be provided.

If you would like to pre-load your presentation on the provided computer or if you have other questions about your presentation, send us an email at and we'd be glad to help. To pre-load a presentation, please contact us no later than Wednesday, June 21, 2006 at 5:00pm Mountain Time.

For questions concerning the symposium, please email

For questions concerning the web site, please email

Some content has been taken from past years' sites, sometimes with modification. Although we have tried to make this site useful, we will not be held responsible for damage due to errors or omissions.

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