The date for the fourth CEE conference on Hospital Hygiene and Patient Safety has now been set! This time the Semmelweis Foundation will host the conference in Vienna, Austria from 16th to 17th March 2021. After the focus in 2019 on interdisciplinary cooperation in our health system, this time the conference will be more centered on individual disciplines or focal points. As always, we will keep you up to date on all conference news on our website and on our social media channels. However, in times of an alarming trend of fake news communication, a specific focus will be set on rational and data-based approaches in hospital hygiene.
We invite authors to submit abstracts for the abstract session at the fourth Semmelweis CEE Conference for Hospital Hygiene and Patient Safety from March 16 to 17, 2021, Vienna.
Make a valuable contribution to the Conference program by presenting YOUR abstract during our abstract session in front of like-minded professionals. The abstracts can be uploaded below until January 29 2021.
Our international jury consisting of Prof. Dr. Mohamed Abbas, Prof. Dr. Franz Allerberger and Dr. Andrea Moldovan will evaluate the submitted abstracts and will decide upon abstract presentation in person or in electronic form. In case you get selected to present it in person, you will be expected to deliver a speech lasting approximately five minutes.
In course of the Conference the jury will nominate the best three submissions for the Semmelweis award. In addition, the winner will be invited to present his/her abstract at the ICPIC in Geneva from September 14 to 17, 2021.
We welcome abstract in one of the following categories: tba
Unequal distribution of antiviral drugs in poor and rich countries
Reduction of morbidity and mortality in the general population through cooperative strategies and resource sharing
Reliable and timely information for policy makers, professionals, the general public and the media
Pandemic and its economic impact
Room and surface disinfection
Air and ventilation systems
Prevention, trends in epidemiology (MRSA, C-Diff, MTB, others)