15-17 Dec. 2015, International Training Course on Tularemia, Hamadan, Iran
Pasteur Institute and Ministry of Health of Iran with Umeå University of Sweden and Grenoble Alpes University in France has the pleasure of announcing a three-day course on Tularemia in Iran.
Physicians, Epidemiologists, microbiologists and other health care professionals who are involved in the diagnosis and management of tularemia patients are the target audience of the course. It is expected that the participants will improve their knowledge and practice regarding surveillance, diagnosis, and clinical management of tularemia and enhance their abilities to investigate future outbreaks in their countries.
Please note that you are required to submit your updated CV and your motivation letter (in English) when applying for the course.
2-5 March 2016, 17th International Congress on Infectious Diseases (17th ICID), Hyderabad, India
The 17th ICID will encompass all of the fields of infectious diseases with particular attention being paid to the major challenges of the region including AIDS, malaria, tuberculosis, pneumonia and enteric infections including typhoid fever and diarrhea. In addition, major areas of neglected tropical diseases will be discussed and there will be a particular focus on disease prevention and vaccination.
One of the things that distinguishes ISID meetings is the unique blend of state-of-the-art scientific presentations that encompass both basic science and clinical practice, delivered by a truly international faculty who uniquely have the handson experience and knowledge of the conditions that they discuss. The ISID meetings are also notable for their representation from an extraordinarily wide range of countries, and the opportunity for close exchange and communication between the most senior and more junior colleagues.
28-30 April 2016, HIV & Hepatitis in the Americas 2016 Mexico City, Mexico
This meeting promises a programme with regional relevance, via plenary sessions, interactive case study panels, debates, roundtable sessions, and informal discussion. Networking issues for the region will be a very important part. The meeting will be conducted in English and Spanish with simultaneous interpretation between these languages. At the Hotel Royal Pedregal.
18th-22 September 2016, XIX International Congress for Tropical Medicine and Malaria (ICTMM 2016), Brisbane Australia
ICTMM is the premier tropical medicine congress held internationally, with meetings held regularly since 1913. The Congress is an exciting opportunity for delegates to network and share knowledge in the areas of tropical medicine, malaria, parasitology, bacterial infections such as typhoid and tuberculosis, and viral infections such as HIV and dengue fever, infectious diseases, zoonoses, veterinary health, travel medicine and more. In 2016 the program will include international keynote speakers, oral presentations, posters, exhibition and social events. In addition social, cultural and economic aspects of health relevant to the tropics will be covered.
Ongoing Web Course: Travel Health 101 Introduction to Providing Pre-Travel Healthcare
This 6-hour course is always available online. Updated yearly and on an as-needed basis as vaccine information changes. Attendees can sign up online and will have 2 months to watch the course videos, plus they can contact the presenter with questions. CME / CNE approved.
23-26 October 2016, HIV Glasgow Congress, Glasgow, UK
At the SECC.
4-7 November 2016, International Meeting on Emerging Diseases and Surveillance (IMED), Vienna, Austria
Planned session topics include: Methods and models of disease surveillance, detection and prediction; Lessons from the Ebola epidemic; Emerging zoonoses and snimal health threats; Biosecurity and agents of bioterrorism and biological warfare; Infections related to travel and migration of humans and animals; Vectorborne diseases; Epidemiology of emerging pathogens; Diagnostic tests for emerging pathogens; Foodborne and waterborne pathogens; Specific disease threats: Pandemics, influenza; Ebola and other viral hemorrhagic fevers, MERS coronavirus and others; Vaccines and therapeutics for emerging diseases; Climate change, social, political and economic factors in disease emergence; Epidemic preparedness and response.