Free Lectures from ESPID 2022
4 Free #PedsID Sessions for Paediatricians and Researchers
Like last year we are delighted to offer you free access to 4 PID sessions in August!
Watch these intriguing sessions and come back for more.
4 Free PID Sessions
In August, we will be releasing a free session or lecture each week, so keep an eye on social media and your email account.
Come back on 10, 16, 23, and 30 August. Stay tuned to get access.
It is never too late to start learning and change the lives of children!
Opening Plenary Symposium - COVID 19 Pandemic Emergence and Management
- Mathematical Modelling and Pandemic Response
John Edmunds, UK
- Emergence and Management of the COVID-19 Pandemic: Lessons Learned
Kate O’Brien, USA
Best of ESPID & Bill Marshall Award Lecture
- ESPID Distinguished Award for Education
- ESPID Distinguished Award for Communication
- ESPID PIDJ Award Ceremony
- ESPID Young Investigator Awards
Danilo Buonsenso (Clinical Research)
Cihan Papan (Basic Research)
- ESPID Previous Fellowship Award Recipients
Lilly Verhagen (Influenza Fellowship Seqirus)
- Research Presentation Awards
Ruben De Groot
- Bill Marshall Award
Young ESPID Symposium - Congenital Infections
- Don´t miss congenital syphilis difficult to diagnose – but easy to treat. Remember “SCORTCH”: Syphilis-CMV-Other-Toxo-Chickenpox-HSV
Hermione Lyall, UK
- Premature infants born at less than 30 weeks gestation should not receive expresses breast milk because of the risk of contracting CMV infection
Clara Carreras-Abad, Spain and Naomi Kirk, Northern Ireland
- Asymptomatic Baby with Congenital Toxoplasmosis: to treat or not to treat and for how long?
Nisreen Khambati, UK and Asrar Abu Bakar, Malaysia
Forgotten Wisdom - the Most Influential Studies You Need to Have Heard of
Some things are too important not to share, which is why you can enjoy the next free session from ESPID 2022 and ESPID 2021 now.
We asked senior ESPID members which publications, from throughout the ages, were instrumental to the field of paediatric infectious diseases and what we can learn from them today.