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Antibiotic resistance is rising to dangerously ​high levels in all parts of the world.
A growing number of infections – such as pneumonia, tuberculosis, gonorrhoea, and salmonellosis – are becoming harder to treat as the antibiotics used to treat them become less effective. Antibiotic resistance leads to longer hospital stays, higher medical costs and increased mortality.
Tackling antibiotic resistance has become a high priority and it is very important to implement preventive processes now.


Analis is proud to invite you to the CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY SYMPOSIUM that will be held in :

Living Tomorrow, Indringingsweg 1, 1800 Vilvoorde
on 4 October 2019 from 9.30 am to 3.30 pm​.

The main goal is to give you the keys to implement EUCAST guidelines and to improve all aspects of clinical microbiology in the hospital.

Why attend our conference  ?​
This meeting will provide an opportunity to discuss the advanced theoretical and practical aspects of clinical microbiology in healthcare with a panel of experts during the walking lunch. It also gives you access to innovation and new technologies in clinical and diagnostic microbiology.

Target Audience :
This meeting is intended for all clinical biologists, clinical laboratory managers, microbiologists, hospital hygienists, antibiotic prescribers and experts in clinical microbiology, health care, virology and epidemiology.

 

 

PROGRAM           
     

09:30 - 10.00   REGISTRATION & WELCOME COFFEE
     
10:00 - 10:15   INTRODUCTION
     
10:15 - 11:00  

“Antibiotic Resistances in Europe: 2019 update and what is coming next?”

Prof. Dr. Thierry Naas

Associate Professor in Medical Microbiology at Faculté de Médicine Paris Sud MCU-PH at APHP CHU Bicêtre

     
11.00 - 11.45  

“Emerging resistances… Benefits to have MICs in routine testing.”  

 Philippe Arowas -  Senior Manager Marketing -   Beckman Coulter Microbiology Europe

     
11.45 - 13.00  

WALKING DINNER 

     
13.00 - 13.45
 

“Understanding the sources of uncertainty in antimicrobial susceptibility testing and its consequences for testing (ATU) and reporting.” ​

  Prof. Dr. Sören Gatermann
  Head of department Abteilung für Medizinische Mikrobiologie, Ruhr Universität Bochum.
  Head of the German Reference Center for Gram – bacteria Chairman of the German
  National Antimicrobial susceptibility testing committee
  Member of the Eucast Steering Committee

     
13:45 - 15.00
 

COFFEE & NETWORKING

 

 


 TOPICS


 


o  How to implement EUCAST guidelines with confidence today & tomorrow.

o  Clinical use & susceptibility testing of new antibiotics.

o  Epidemiology and infection control

o  Antibiotic Stewardship

o  Emerging resistance, a worldwide threat 

 

 
 
     
 
                          
 

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