EARS-Net and HAI-Net Coordination group meetingArchived
This will be the first joint meeting of the EARS-Net and HAI-Net Coordination groups. The meeting will address epidemiological, microbiological and technical aspects related to surveillance and reporting of antimicrobial resistance and healthcare-associated infections.
European Public Health Microbiology (EUPHEM) Core Competency DevelopmentArchived
European Public Health Microbiology (EUPHEM) - Core Competency Development for EUPHEM coordinators and host sites representatives
European Public Health Microbiology (EUPHEM)- ECDC stay moduleArchived
This EUPHEM Module gave opportunity to EUPHEM fellows to get familiar with roles and responsibilities of a European organization involved in infectious disease control and to identify activities related to epidemiological surveillance, including protocols, data analysis and reports developed to set up surveillance systems, evaluation schemes and results of surveillance data analyses.
Expert consultation: Breakthroughs in molecular epidemiology of human pathogens - How to translate into public health practiceArchived
The meeting brought together researchers, microbiologists and public health experts to discuss how public health can benefit from the recent scientific and technological advances in molecular microbiology, with special focus on the rapidly evolving next generation sequencing technology.
Real time quaking-induced conversion analysis of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF RT QuIC) diagnostic technique for the investigation of sporadic CJD workshop
The National Creutzfeld-Jakob Disease (CJD) Research & Surveillance Unit of the University of Edinburgh organized two one-day information workshops on Real time quaking-induced conversion analysis of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF RT QuIC) diagnostic technique for the investigation of sporadic CJD
6th European Food- and Waterborne Diseases and Zoonoses network meeting
The 6th Food- and Waterborne Diseases and Zoonoses network (FWD-Net) meeting focused on strengthening EU surveillance and response capacity as well as on hepatitis A as an emerging foodborne disease in the EU.