4th ESCMID Professional Affairs Workshop (online)

23rd to 26th November 2020, online.

The Professional Affairs Workshop (PAW) is a four-day event which will be held for the first time in an online format.

Due to the change of format, the event will consist of a one hour plenary session in the mornings and a one hour plenary session in the afternoons

The programme

In networking and interactive sessions inbetween plenaries, participants will work in small groups (2-3 hours per day). The programme consists of a wide range of topics in infectious diseases and clinical microbiology. The current global pandemic situation has influenced the content of this workshop and will be specifically addressed.

The target audience is professionals and trainees in Clinical Microbiology (CM), Infectious Diseases (ID) and other related specialties, as well as stakeholders interested in these fields.

Objectives of the workshop

  • Propose a strategy for career development in CM and ID
  • Guide for training and acquisition of proficiency
  • Guide for professional activity and networking
  • Discuss the challenges of ID and CM in Europe and beyond
  • Discuss the training opportunities in Europe and beyond

General Information
Date: 23rd to 26th November 2020

Location: online

For more information and detailed program visit the website.


Published in GI-Mail 11/2020 (English edition).

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