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ESWI activities

9th Influenza Conference 2023
17 - 20 September 2023
Valencia
ESWI Airborne
Meet the members in the podcast series ESWI Airborne. These educational and captivating talks give an insight into the fascinating world of respiratory viruses moderated by our host Clare Taylor.
ESWI webinar series 2021
How can countries cope with more than one major respiratory virus spreading, while non- pharmaceutical interventions are being loosened week by week?
ESWI Respiratory Virus Summit 2022
21 June 2022
Brussels & Online

Agenda

2023
23
January
Severe asthma patient conference
Online
Virtual patient conference focused on living well with severe asthma, latest advances in treatment and new research
2023
26
January
Strengthening the EU vaccine ecosystem: managing the digital transformation
Online
Digital transformation is taking place rapidly in all sectors across Europe, but the challenges presented by wide-scale digitalisation have been particularly apparent in health systems.
2023
26
January
4th scientific session 'Viral Evolution and Evasion'
Online
Chair Prof Albert Osterhaus will be joined by Prof Derek J. Smith and Dr Sylvie C. Briand to discuss mechanisms of viral evolution and evasion and how viral evolution is predicted and used to inform vaccine and therapeutics development.
2023
5-6
February
Annual Scientific Meeting 2023
Melbourne
The Immunisation Coalition is hosting its Annual Scientific Meeting 2023.
2023
22-24
February
7th conference RSVVW'23: A Global Conference on Novel RSV Preventive and Therapeutic Interventions
Lisbon
ReSViNET Foundation is the international leading non-profit organisation committed to reducing the global burdens of RSV infection.
2023
23-25
February
The 3rd European Bronchiectasis Workshop
Italy
Joining forces, exchanging clinical experiences, sharing data and ideas, expanding the network of active experts and investigators in the field of NTM & Bronchiectasis are the main goals of the workshop.

Education hub

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EU-US conference on Long COVID
This online conference aimed to shed light on perspectives for addressing long COVID in the EU and the US. It brought together experts from medical, public health, health economics disciplines, patient organisations and policymakers.
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WHO’s Science in 5 : Influenza
How does the vaccine combat the Influenza virus? How does WHO track influenza across the world to decide the composition of the vaccine? Dr Sylvie Briand also explains why we are seeing a spike in respiratory diseases in Science in 5
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Universal flu vaccines – soon a reality?
How close are we to a universal flu vaccine? Are universal corona vaccines attainable? What are some of the main challenges facing scientists in their quest to develop these vaccines?
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Vaccination of special-risk groups: A toolkit for pharmacists by the International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP)
It summarises key information, practice guidelines and additional resources in a very practical manner. The Influenza Diabetes Community (IDC) has contributed to the chapter on people living with diabetes.

ESWI networks & communities

Influenza Diabetes Community

The Influenza Diabetes Community (IDC) unites scientists, healthcare professionals, patient -and other stakeholder organisations to discuss, share best practices and to network with the objective to raise awareness of the burden of influenza, Covid-19 and RSV in people living with diabetes.

Young Scientists Network

Some of the best and most innovative ideas come from young scientists, and young scientists are the future of the influenza field. For this reason, ESWI has been actively encouraging the careers of young scientists for many years.