Conference programme

programme

ESCAIDE 2019 – provisional programme
(as of 18 July 2019)

Download the detailed overview of the parallel sessions on oral and poster presentations:

Time

Day 1, Wednesday 27 November 2019

Day 2, Thursday 28 November 2019

Day 3, Friday 29 November 2019

8:15 -

Registration & coffee

Registration

Registration

9:00-10:30

Welcome (09:00- 09:15)

 

Plenary session A:  “Health security and preparedness: lessons from Ebola".

 

Dr. Mike Ryan, World Health Organization, Switzerland

 

Chair: Prof. Mike Catchpole (ECDC)

Plenary session C: “The microbiome: what you need to know”.

 

Dr. Sean Gibbons, Institute for Systems Biology, United States of America

Prof. Debby Bogaert, The University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

 

Chairs: Dr. João André Carriço (Medical University of Lisbon, Portugal); Dr. Christopher Barbara (Mater Dei Hospital, Malta)

Plenary session D: “How should public health research priorities be defined, and what should they be”?

 

 

Chairs: Dr. Maria Van Kerkhove (WHO HQ); Dr. Frode Forland (Norwegian Institute of Public Health); Amrish Baidjoe (WHO-South-East Asia Regional Office)

10:30-11:00

Poster mingle & refreshments

Poster mingle & refreshments

Poster mingle & refreshments

11:00-12:40

Parallel sessions

1. Emerging and vector-borne diseases: surveillance approaches

2. Vaccine-preventable diseases: vaccine coverage, safety and uptake 

3. Healthcare-associated infections: burden and prevention

Parallel sessions

7. Food- and waterborne diseases and zoonoses: Public health microbiology and surveillance methods

8. Vaccine-preventable diseases: surveillance (1)

9. Influenza: Vaccination and intervention (1)

Parallel sessions

16. Vaccine-preventable diseases: Epidemiology

17. Hepatitis B and C: Surveillance and disease burden

18. Food- and waterborne diseases and zoonoses outbreaks (2) 

12:40 -14:30

Lunch / Career compass

Lunch / Eurosurveillance seminar

Lunch

14:30-15:30

Parallel sessions

4. Antimicrobial resistance and healthcare-associated infections (Epidemiology)

5. Emerging and vector-borne diseases: epidemiology

6. Food- and waterborne diseases and zoonoses outbreaks (1)

Parallel sessions

10. Antimicrobial resistance and healthcare-associated infections (Surveillance)

11. Late breakers

12. Influenza: Vaccination and intervention (2)

Parallel sessions

19.  Vaccine-preventable diseases surveillance (3)

20. Food- and waterborne diseases and zoonoses surveillance

21. Late breakers

15:40-16:40

Moderated poster session

1. Antimicrobial resistance 

2. Healthcare-associated infections

3. Food- and waterborne diseases and zoonoses -  Salmonella

4. Hepatitis B & C

5.  Influenza and other respiratory viruses

6.  Emerging and vector-borne diseases

7.  Food- and waterborne diseases and zoonoses

8.  Vaccine- preventable diseases

Moderated poster session

9. Antimicrobial resistance

10. Emerging and vector-borne diseases 

11. Food- and waterborne diseases and zoonoses

12. Hepatitis A in MSM

13. Sexually transmitted infections (STI)

14. Vaccine- preventable diseases

15. Influenza and other respiratory viruses

16. Late breakers

Moderated poster session

17.  Food- and waterborne diseases and zoonoses

18. Emerging and vector-borne diseases

19. Healthcare-associated infections

20. HIV and viral hepatitis

21. Vaccine- preventable diseases

22. Vaccine effectiveness and impact studies

23. Influenza and other respiratory viruses

24. Tuberculosis and other respiratory diseases (excluding viruses)

 

16:40-17:00

Poster mingle & refreshments

Poster mingle & refreshments

Poster mingle & refreshments

17:00-18:30

Plenary session B: “Vaccine confidence in a post-factual world”.

 

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Gaissmaier, Social Psychology and Decision Sciences, University of Konstanz

 

Chairs: Prof. Dr. Bojana Beović (University of Ljubljana Slovenia); Prof. Karl Ekdahl (ECDC); Dr. Frantiska Hruba (ECDC). 

 

 

Parallel sessions

13. HIV and STI: prevalence and prevention

14. Respiratory disease: surveillance and modelling 

15. Vaccine-preventable diseases  surveillance (2)

Plenary session E: “Climate change: Addressing the public health challenge in Europe”.

 

Chairs: Dr Susan Hahne (National Institute of Public Health and the Environment) and Prof. Dr. Aura Timen (National Institute of Public Health and the Environment and Free University of Amsterdam)

 

Reception  (18:45- 21:00)

BarCamp (18:45- 20:00)

Closing Ceremony and EAN prizes award (18:30- 18:40)

 

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