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Our next HL7® FHIR® DevDays is just six months away! Once again, this edition is a hybrid event, so you can take part online or in person here in Amsterdam. Just be sure to save the date in your calendar and join us on June 6-9 2023. 🗓️

Better still, the Call for Presentations for DevDays 2023 is now open. Got a FHIR-related topic you think would interest your peers? Now’s the time to start preparing.

You’re welcome to submit proposals for:

  • Tutorials
  • Let's Build! Sessions
  • Community Talks: Fixed with FHIR
  • Community Talks: FHIR around the World

As well as the fun and kudos of presenting, if your Community Talk is accepted we’ll give you a 25% discount on the registration fee. Tutorial and Let’s Build! speakers get free access to the entire event.

Details about the requirements for each category, and how to submit your proposal are here. Please submit your proposal before February 1, 2023.

The deadline is just two months away, so there’s no time to lose. But whether or not you submit a proposal, FHIR DevDays is always a fantastic opportunity to make connections across the sector and get more involved with the FHIR community.

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