The goal of the Late Breaker session is to give presenters the opportunity to share important new findings of a recently conducted study which may have immediate relevant implications for public health. Submitted abstract should report on acute urgent public health problems or contain novel surprising findings supported by data collection terminated after 8 July 2011 - (the deadline of the call for abstracts for the general conference programme).
Abstracts that were submitted for the regular program, but were rejected, are not eligible for consideration unless they were rejected because data were not yet available.
Submit an abstract for ESCAIDE 2011 call for late breakers: Online abstract submission page
Deadline for ESCAIDE 2011 abstracts: 23 September
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The ESCAIDE conference, organised by ECDC, brings together professionals from across the globe to present and discuss important developments in infectious disease epidemiology. This year the conference will take place on 06-08 November in Stockholm, Sweden. The conference provides forum for sharing scientific knowledge and experience in epidemiology and the control of infectious disease and aims to strengthen networks of professionals involved in applied infectious disease epidemiology. ESCAIDE also offers a dedicated platform for the European Programme for Intervention Epidemiology Training (EPIET) and Field Epidemiology Training Programme (FETP) fellows to present their work.