This volume presents the papers of the International Conference on “Context Sensitive Health Informatics” held at Lille University in August 2019.
Context Sensitive Health Informatics is about health information technologies and their environments. Environments may be people in different roles such as citizens, patients, users, designers, and evaluators, but also non-human constructs such as organizations, work practices, guidelines and protocols, buildings and markets.
The conference is endorsed by and organized/supported by the International Medical Informatics Association (IMIA) working groups “Human Factors Engineering for Healthcare Informatics” and “Organizational and Social Issues”, and by the European Federation for Medical Informatics (EFMI), especially the working group “Human and Organizational Factors in Medical Informatics”.
The CSHI 2019 conference is sponsored by Lille University, Lille Academic Hospital, the Federative Research Structure for Health Technology” (SFR-TS), the research team 2694, I-site ULNE, and Inserm.
The editors want to thank the sponsors and the local organizing committee for making it possible to have the conference in Lille.
We would also like to thank Pierre-François Gautier for setting up the conference web site and Linda Peute for designing the logo of the conference. Finally, we want to thank the Scientific Program Committee for their efforts to establish the content of the conference and all the reviewers for providing constructive feedback to the authors. Their excellent work has significantly improved the quality of many papers.