FUNGAL UPDATE 2019 PROGRAMME

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Venue: QEII Centre, Westminster, London

CPD Accreditation:   Royal College of Pathologists   - 13 Credits for both days
 

Friday 15th March 2019

0830: Registration and coffee   

1000: Welcome and opening remarks

1015: Keynote presentation

1100: Plenary session - The burden of superficial mycoses  (Supported by ISHAM)

1100: Introduction

1120: The serious emerging problem of untreatable severe superficial mycoses due to emerging resistance

1140: The huge problem of vulvovaginal candidosis

1215: Break

1245: Parallel session one -  Point of care diagnostics  (Supported by ECMM)

Candida and Aspergillus POCT - Dr Juergen Prattes, Graz, Austria and Dr Katrien Lagrou, Leuven, Belgium

             Parallel session two - Antifungal stewardship - preservation and promotion  (Supported by BSAC)

1345: Lunch

1430: Sponsored sessions

1515: Parallel session one - Antifungal management in Haemato-oncology

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1600: 

             Parallel session two -  (Supported by UKCMN)

1515: Update UKCMN

1535: Mycology laborataory diagnostics: standards and interpretation of susceptibility testing

1600: New diagnostics in medical mycology

1620: Break

1650: Plenary session - Interactive case studies

1800: End of Day 1

1900: Invited conference dinner to held within the splendor of the Palace of Westminster        

 

Saturday 16th March 2019

0800: Refreshments available

0830: Plenary session - Clinical lessons and free papers

0920: Plenary - Paediatric infectious diseases  ( Supported by EPMyN)

0940: Fungal diagnostic biomarkers and imaging - how to use those in children

1000: Epidemiology of neonatal and paediatric candidemia in Europe

1020: Fluconazole and micafungin dosing in neonates

1040: Antifungal prescription in paediatric patients across the UK 

1100: Break

1130: Keynote lecture

1215: Sponsored symposiums

1300: Lunch

1350: Parallel session one - Imaging and Radiology

             Parallel session two - 

1500: Closing plenary session

1615: Closing remarks