Improve your abstract writing and reviewing skills
If you plan to submit an abstract to ESCAIDE, then this is for you. To begin with, you can complete the training on ‘Essentials of writing and reviewing scientific abstracts’, which is already available on EVA. Then, you can strengthen your skills by participating in a peer feedback activity, which will run from 28 April to 12 May.
About ESCAIDE 2021
ESCAIDE 20201 will be organised as a completely online event from 16 to 19 November. Here's what you should know about this year's conference.
GOARN, 20 years supporting international outbreak response
Join and listen to the main achievements and the way forward for GOARN!
The aim of this workshop is to offer interested participants a hands-on session on the usage and functionalities of epitweetr to detect public health threats early using Twitter data.
MediPIET: Protecting populations at highest risk for COVID-19 in Eastern Mediterranean and Black Sea countries: response, challenges and opportunities
The aim of this session is for Eastern Mediterranean and Black Sea countries to review and share their national preparedness plan and their response to COVID-19 pandemic and debate around the effectiveness of public health measures put in place.
ESCAIDE 2020 extended to 4 days!
ESCAIDE was initially planned to take place on 26 and 27 November, but the conference will start two days earlier on 24 November to accommodate more sessions and side events. Mark your calendars!
The ESCAIDE 2020 programme is shaping up!
The ESCAIDE Scientific Committee has been busy planning the plenary sessions for this year’s event.
5 things we need to tell you about ESCAIDE 2020
With preparations now in full swing, here are five things you should know about this year’s conference.