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5 April 2016

Dear colleagues,

Researchers at the ESCMID Parity Commission and the German Centre for Infectious Diseases analysed gender differences in antibiotic prescribing. Read the press release or the full analysis published in Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy.

Best regards, your ESCMID communications editors


Only four days left until ECCMID 2016 starts in Amsterdam!

We already have a record number of almost 9,000 scientific delegates registered for ECCMID, bringing the total number of attendees to more than 10,000.

For your ECCMID attendance you will receive a total of 23 CME credits by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education Institution of the UEMS.

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ESCMID’s scientific activities published in 2015/16 Yearbook, eLibrary

Reports on ESCMID’s partnerships and various research and educational activities can now be found in the society’s 2015/2016 yearbook. You may also check out the scientific activities of ESCMID’s 28 study groups. The material from our scientific events can be found in the ESCMID eLibrary – formerly called Online Lecture Library. The recently re-designed tool has better search functionalities and yields faster results. 

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Application for observerships with ECDC in Stockholm opens 2 May

ESCMID members with a focus on public health may apply for an observership from 5 – 9 September with the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control in Stockholm.

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