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International congresses of interest

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ISICEM 2018

International Symposium on Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine
Brussels, Belgium
March 20-23, 2018

Please visit us at
booth no. 2.42-2.43
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Heart Failure 2018

World Congress on Acute Heart Failure
Vienna, Austria
May 26-29, 2018

Please visit us at
booth no. G600
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EuSEM 2018

European Congress on Emergency Medicine
Glasgow, Scotland
September 8-12, 2018

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ESICM Lives 2018

European Society of Intensive Care Medicine
Paris, France
October 20-24, 2018

congress eaps 2018


EAPS 2018

European Academy of Paediatric Societies
Paris, France
October 30-November 3, 2018

 

Events

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Sepsis - The Most Preventable Cause of Death and Disability in Europe

Join the Call to EU Action by the Global Sepsis Alliance (GSA) and the EU Commissioner for Health and Food Safety on March 20, 2018 (14h30-20h00) at the Palace of the Académies, Brussels.  
Join the action >

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World Sepsis Day, September 13

World Sepsis Day has been established in 2012 as an initiative by the Global Sepsis Alliance (GSA). World Sepsis Day on September 13 is an annual opportunity for people worldwide to fight against Sepsis. Thermo Fisher Scientific has been a sponsor from the start.
Do join us in the fight against sepsis >

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Sepsis Awareness Month

In 2011, Sepsis Alliance designated September as Sepsis Awareness Month to put a spotlight on sepsis and sepsis awareness.
Do check out what is happening during September 2018 >

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World Antibiotic Awareness Week

Since 2015 WHO aims to increase awareness on antibiotic resistance as an increasingly serious threat to global health. 

Find out more about WAAW and upcoming dates >
Read more on antibiotic stewardship >

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