New TAE committee members Aleksandra Barac and Muge Cevik

Trainee Association of ESCMID (TAE) welcomes two new members onto its Steering Committee. The new members on the TAE steering committee are Aleksandra Barac (left) from Belgrade, Serbia, and Muge Cevik (right) from Edinburgh, UK. We look forward to officially welcoming them to their new roles at the next TAE Steering Committee meeting later this month. Welcome on board!

Take the TAE Survey on Supervision, Mentorship and Management

This 10-minute anonymous survey has been developed by the members of the Trainee Association of the European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (TAE) steering committee, and is intended for trainees and young specialists in clinical microbiology (CM) and infectious diseases (ID).

Another successful TAE Day held in Vienna on 22 April 2017

See the TAE Day page for highlights including photos.

Registration now open for interactive TAE round-table session at ECCMID 2017!

In 2017, ESCMID will again hold the TAE Trainees Day. This format is meant to give inspiration to young professionals for their career. A main and popular part of the session is the round tables, which give younger professionals the chance to talk to experts in an informal setting. Participants can sign up for the expert table of their choice to talk about their career and will be able to submit optional questions that the moderator will receive before the session.

link to TAE Day movie

2017 TAE Awardees for Training Achievements given at ECCMID 2017!

Aleksandra Barac
Clinic for Infectious and Tropical Diseases
Clinical Centre of Serbia and
Faculty of Medicine
University of Belgrade
Serbia

 

 

 

 

Paola Tatarelli
Division of Infectious Disease
University of Genova
IRCCS San Martino-IST
Genova
Italy

 

TAE publishes paper on personal life and working conditions of trainees and young specialists in clinical microbiology and infectious diseases in Europe

The article published in EJCMID showed that about one in five physicians working in medical microbiology and infectious diseases is suffering from burnout, bullying and poor work-life balance. Press release dated 23 February 2017