Apply to speak

The call for speakers has now closed. Accepted speakers will be notified the week of 12 April.

Why you should present at HealthData21

  • Show others how your organisation has been successful using digital initiatives to transform the health system and improve patient outcomes
  • Share how your work is making an impact – from improving day-to-day delivery of patient care at population and global health levels
  • Partner with healthcare facilities, clinicians, vendors and others to present a compelling case for the value of ‘on the shop floor’ implementation
  • Showcase your idea, your innovation, your concept – get feedback and get the conversation flowing
  • Have your voice heard


Speaker applications close
5pm Tuesday, 6 April
Notify speakers of outcome
Week of 12 April
Speaker registration due
30 April
This year we are looking for 15-minute presentations and more in-depth workshops. Topics are encouraged from across a range of healthcare settings including public and private hospitals, nursing, primary care, indigenous, aged and community care and multi-cultural services on the themes below.
David Bunker FAIDH CHIA

David Bunker FAIDH CHIA

Day 1 Chair

Dr David Hansen FAIDH CHIA

Dr David Hansen FAIDH CHIA

Day 2 Chair

CEO and Research Director, Australian e-Health Research Centre, CSIRO


  • Digital public health
  • Population health
  • COVID-19 response and vaccines
  • Chronic disease management
  • Aged care and community care
  • Mental health
  • Virtual care and telehealth
  • Precision health
  • Consumer health behaviour
  • Genomics
  • Rare diseases

Presentation guidelines

  • You will have up to 400 words to describe your presentation. There will be a box to type into when you click SUBMIT. To help reviewers, please ensure you:
    • Describe the problem being addressed and the healthcare setting it applies to
    • Describe the approach including any technological solutions or health informatics principles being applied
    • Include description of implementation, current status, findings and outcomes
    • Make conclusions and describe lessons learnt
  • Include a presentation title and use sentence casing, for example “My presentation title: An exploration of sentence structure”
  • You will be prompted to list up to three (3) learning objectives to come out of your presentation
  • Check spelling and grammar and replace American spelling with British English spelling
  • Presentations will be 15 minutes in length and will occur in-person at X.
  • Accepted speakers must confirm their acceptance by purchasing a speaker registration by 30 April 2021. Speakers receive a discounted registration. Failure to register will result in the submission being withdrawn.