The ESM board is pleased to launch a series of Education Webinars to connect and stay in touch with our membership, as so many events have been postponed or cancelled as a result of the COVID19 crisis. The webinars are organised by ESM thanks to a generous contribution from BD, who have not had any influence on content of the presentations. We thank BD very much for their continuous support of our society.
Education Webinars May-June 2021
The series was very successful, and we would like to thank our speakers, sponsor and everyone who watched and supported it. If you missed any of the presentations, they are still available to view via the links below.
We would love to receive your feedback. Please complete our survey to help us plan future initiatives. If you would like to receive a Certificate of Attendance for our Spring 2021 series, fill out the second part of the survey with your name and email address, and a certificate will be emailed to you.
SPRING 2021 WEBINARS SURVEY AND CERTIFICATE OF ATTENDANCE
Our next webinar will take place in Autumn 2021. Please check this page for more details.
With thanks to our Sponsor
Thursday 10 june at 2pm CEST: Watch Video
Harald Hoffmann, IML Red, Gautling Germany
Simon Tiberi, Barts Health NHS Trust, London
Chair: Daniela Cirillo
Sampling, Ordering and Logistics – the Keys of good TB diagnostics: How to choose and collect the best TB samples and how to optimize ordering, reporting and transportation with the help of smart software solutions.
Thurday 3 June at 2pm CEST: Watch Video
Jakko van Ingen, RaboudUMC, Nijmegen
NTM (non-tuberculosis mycobacteria) Pulmonary disease, from diagnosis to treatment
Chair: Leen Rigouts
Thursday 27 May at 2pm CEST: Watch Video
Florian Maurer National Reference Center for Mycobacteria, Borstel
Troels Lillebaek , Statens Serum Institut, Copenhagen
Natalia Shubladze, National Center for TB and Lung Diseases of Georgia
Three European healthcare system perspectives on TB diagnostics: setup and challenges in different settings
Chair: Matthias Merker, Molecular Mycobacteriology, Research Center Borstel