On Monday 16 March, in addition to the scientific program, a real time Science Policy Interface (SPI) programme will be organized. SPI is a tailor made One Health programme for public health officials and policy makers. Special registration rate for this one-day programme is 350 euros. SPI is freely accessible to congress participants. Register now >
The special one-day Science Policy Interface (SPI) programme is specifically designed to bridge the gap between science and health policy. In a series of eleven lectures, the world’s leading experts will evaluate recent health crises like the outbreaks of Ebola, Q-Fever, BSE, pandemic swine flu and SARS. They will also cover the most imminent public health challenges, unmasking potential killers like avian influenza virus, the henipavirus and Rift Valley Fever virus. Special attention will go to the antimicrobial resistance and the question how to avoid a post-antibiotic era, in which common infections and minor injuries can once again kill.
Why should you attend?
Exchange information and ideas with other public health officials.
Meet scientists and other members of the One Health Community.
Keep track of the latest data on pandemic threats. What is the potential impact of Ebola, Rift Valley Fever or the H5N1 and H7N9 bird flu viruses?
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Learn all about antibiotic resistance and the best strategies to cope with this public health challenge.
Be inspired with new ideas and fresh perspectives.