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Re: German-Singaporean Symposium on Pathogenic E. coli

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Hi Matthias,

Thank you for considering this option- you could include a cost for those
wishing to view online.
Sounds like a lot of hard work ahead of you.

> Lavina L’Hotellier
> Infection Prevention and Control
> Orbost Regional Health
> Victoria
> Australia

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Pathogenic E. coli

> Hi Lavina,
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> We have been discussing this among us organisers; i.e. whether and in what
> form to make this available. At this point, we are not sure. We think that
> maybe we will make the speakers’ slides available on a website, if they
> all
> agree.
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> Best regards, Matthias.
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> Matthias Maiwald, MD, FRCPA
> Consultant in Microbiology
> Adj. Assoc. Prof., Natl. Univ. Singapore
> Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
> KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital
> 100 Bukit Timah Road
> Singapore 229899
> Tel. +65 6394 8725 (Office)
> Tel. +65 6394 1389 (Laboratory)
> Fax +65 6394 1387
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> Hello Matthias,
> Are we able to view this symposium online at a later date please?
> Lavina L’Hotellier
> Infection Prevention and Control
> Orbost Regional Health
> Victoria
> Australia
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> From:
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> To:
> Subject: [AICA_Infexion_Connexion] German-Singaporean Symposium on
> Pathogenic E. coli
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>> Dear Group,
>>
>> This is a brief, preliminary announcement that we are planning a joint
>> German-Singaporean Symposium on Pathogenic E. coli for Monday, the 23rd
>> April 2012. This is to be held here in Singapore and planned as a
>> whole-day
>> symposium.
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>> We have been putting this together with the German Embassy Singapore and
>> involvement of several local institutions.
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>> The main aim is to provide a local South-East Asian audience with insight
>> concerning the 2011 German EHEC outbreak. As most of you would be aware,
>> this was a major public health concern involving nearly 4000 cases of
>> illness and nearly 50 deaths. The theme of the symposium will be: “What
>> can
>> be learnt from the German EHEC outbreak in terms of investigating
>> outbreaks
>> and strengthening outbreak response capacities?”
>>
>> The preliminary list of speakers is:
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>> Prof. Reinhard Burger
>> – President of the Robert Koch Institute, the German National Public
>> Health
>> Institute
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>> Prof. Ulrich Dobrindt
>> – Representing the German National Consultant Laboratory for
>> Haemolytic-Uraemic Syndrome
>>
>> Prof. Rolf Stahl
>> – University Hospital Hamburg-Eppendorf (his department was involved in
>> clinical case management)
>>
>> Prof. Bernd Appel
>> – Federal Institute of Risk Assessment (his department did the tracing of
>> food sources)
>>
>> Prof. Joerg Hacker
>> – President of the National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina (expert in E.
>> coli pathogenicity research)
>>
>> The details are still in the process of being finalised. This means there
>> may be changes.
>>
>> Of course, it is unlikely that such a symposium would warrant a trip to
>> Singapore for most AICA List members based in Australia or New Zealand,
>> However some may by chance be travelling in the region at the time, and
>> there are also a few AICA List recipients based in South-East Asia.
>>
>> If anyone is interested in the details of the symposium, please get in
>> touch with me, and I can send further information and a flyer.
>>
>> Due to limited auditorium space, we will have to make participation
>> available by prior registration only.
>>
>> Best regards, Matthias.
>>
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>> Matthias Maiwald, MD, FRCPA
>> Consultant in Microbiology
>> Adj. Assoc. Prof., Natl. Univ. Singapore
>> Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
>> KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital
>> 100 Bukit Timah Road
>> Singapore 229899
>> Tel. +65 6394 8725 (Office)
>> Tel. +65 6394 1389 (Laboratory)
>> Fax +65 6394 1387
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