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file SNOMED CT Expo 2023 - Call for Abstracts now open

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1 year 4 months ago #8371 by Janice Spence
Hello HTC Members,

Share your SNOMED CT knowledge and expertise!
Are you interested in sharing your SNOMED CT knowledge and expertise on a global stage? Do you have an implementation or other SNOMED CT experience that could contribute to advancing the utility of the clinical terminology and improving patient outcomes worldwide?
By disseminating your results and experiences, we can collectively learn and advance the use of SNOMED CT with the objective of improving the quality of care and services for patients and users. We encourage all those who have implemented SNOMED CT or are currently working on it to consider submitting an abstract. Please find further details on the event here: SNOMED CT Expo 2023

This year’s in-person and online event takes place in Atlanta, Georgia, from October 26-27, 2023

Why submit?
Presenting at Expo is an excellent opportunity to shine a global spotlight on your professional expertise and on your organization’s achievements. It also enables you to contribute to the global pool of SNOMED CT knowledge. For more information on the benefits of participating, view the SNOMED CT Expo 2023 prospectus.

Submissions must focus on using the clinical terminology in a product, service or research context across one of the four program streams:
Enhancing Clinical Practice and Outcomes
• Terminology Leading Practices
• Demonstrating Implementation Excellence
• Advances in Research and Innovation

How to submit:
Submit your abstract here .

Key dates:
Submission deadline: April 17, 2023
• Submitters notified: May 29, 2023
• Conference: October 26-27, 2023

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