The three day programme will include space for over 350 scientific posters and over 30 free paper oral presentations across a wide-range of topics. The programme will also include plenary lectures and over 20 sessions featuring presentations from some of the world’s leading experts in the field.
The provisional list of session topics is listed below. The programme will be updated regularly.
Topics covered at FIS/HIS International 2020 will include:
- Sustainability in infection prevention and control
- Fracture-related Infections
- Making better use of existing antibiotics
- Behaviour change: From theory into practice
- Foodborne infection and One Health
- Anaerobic infection diagnosis and treatment
- Decontamination in healthcare
- Trainee session: Boosting your CV and landing the dream job
- Infectious disease futures: trainee researcher spotlight
- Worldwide infection prevention and control: challenges and opportunities
- Rising to the challenge of antifungal resistance
- Trainee session: Developing clinical research priorities and protocols
- Topical issues in travel medicine
- The hospital environment: Is it safe enough to prevent healthcare-associated infection?
- Looking to the future – doing IPC differently
- The year in IPC
- The year in clinical infection
- Clinical Grand Round
- From design to demolition: Management of water safety in healthcare
- Biotechnologies in infection: What is on the horizon?
- Microbiome and antimicrobial resistance
- High Consequence Infectious Disease update
- CPE and the environment: Experience, consequences and management options
- New IPC approaches to old problems
Professor Evelina Tacconelli, University of Verona, Italy and Tübingen University, Germany will deliver the 2020 Lowbury Lecture entitled ‘Linking infection control to clinical management of infection to overcome antimicrobial resistance’ during FIS/HIS International 2020