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ESCAIDE 2014 : Call for ‘late-breaker’ abstracts now open

Call for late-breaker abstracts: 8 – 21 September

Have you recently been involved in controlling a disease outbreak, performed pioneering public health research or taken action to prevent infectious disease transmission?  Share your newly acquired knowledge by submitting a late breaker abstract at ESCAIDE.  All information on the late breaker abstract call, including acceptance criteria and details on how to submit an abstract can be found on the ESCAIDE website. The call is open until 21 September.   

Full ESCAIDE programme now available

The online programme for this year’s ESCAIDE now contains detailed information on all sessions during the conference. Over 40 sessions are scheduled including:

  • Novel methodological approaches for disease investigation, surveillance and control;
  • Vaccine coverage, effectiveness and safety;
  • Burden of communicable diseases;
  • Epidemiology and microbiology driving public health policy;
  • Outbreaks;
  • …and several sessions focused on specific infectious diseases.

Please see the ESCAIDE 2014 programme for more information on the authors and presentations that you can enjoy at the conference.

Registration information and reminder to book hotels early

Registration, travel and accommodation options are all available on the ESCAIDE website. Remember to book hotels early to guarantee accommodation.

Further information

The 2014 European Scientific Conference on Applied Infectious Disease Epidemiology (ESCAIDE) will be held in Stockholm, Sweden on 5 - 7 November. The conference, sponsored by ECDC, will be hosted at the Stockholm Waterfront Congress Centre, in the heart of the city