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ITM Colloquium on Health Systems and Control of Neglected Diseases in Asia, November 21 – 23, 2013, Bangalore, India
This colloquium focuses on the current state of neglected infectious diseases in terms of knowledge and practice and draws attention to control of these diseases in Asia. It aims to provide a platform to Asian scientists, practitioners, programme managers and public health policymakers with special attention to the participation of junior Indian researchers and ITM alumni. It will also explore unconventional - methodological aspects of disease control programme evaluation. Whether and how neglected disease control programmes can contribute to strengthening health systems.
For more details visit http://iphindia.org/colloq

South Asia Biosafety Conference, September 18 - 20, 2013, New Delhi
The South Asia Biosafety Programme, in cooperation with BCIL and the Bangladesh Academy of Sciences, invites registration for the South Asia Biosafety Conference. The two-day conference, will also include half-day workshops on ‘The Scientist as Public Communicator’ and ‘Understanding Test Protocols - Design, Reporting and Data Interpretation’.
For more information, contact Dr. Vibha Ahuja, General Manager, BCIL at vibhaahuja@biotech.co.in.

2nd International Congress on Pathogens at the Human-Animal Interface (ICOPHAI):
One Health for Sustainable Development - August 14-17, 2013 Brazil The conference is designed for academics, government and industry research scientists, policy makers and public servants, graduate students, postdoctoral fellows and others.
For details visit  http://icophai2013.org/

AITVM 2013 International Conference "The livestock-human-wildlife interface”
Challenges in Animal Health and Production in Urban/Peri-urban and Extensive Farming/Conservation Systems, August 25 -29 2013 in South Africa. The objective of the AITVM is to improve human health and quality of life by means of increased and safe food production in tropical regions through enhancement of research, training and education in veterinary medicine and livestock production within the framework of sustainable development.
For more details visit  http://www.aitvm2013.org

3rd International Colloquium on Health Systems and Control of Neglected Diseases in Asia, 21thto 23rd November 2013 in Bangalore, India.
“The Colloquium 2013” is a joint initiative of the Institute of Public Health (IPH India), Bangalore and the Institute of Tropical Medicine (ITM), Antwerp, Belgium.
For Registration and other details visit www.colloquium2013.iphindia.org

International Society for Disease Surveillance (ISDS) Conference, December 12-13, 2013 New Orleans, Louisiana.
The theme for this year's conference is “translating research and surveillance into action”. It will focus on strategies for incorporating the latest in bio-surveillance approaches, methodologies, and results into evidence-based public health practices, programmes, and policies.
For details visit http://www.syndromic.org/annual-conference/2013-isds-conference/abstract-submission

Past Updatesses

ISID-Neglected Tropical Diseases Meeting (ISID-NTD), Boston, July 8-10
The International Society for Infectious Diseases is organizing a three-day meeting on Neglected Tropical Diseases at Cambridge, Massachusetts to discuss ideas and actions related to achieving the goals of the WHO Global Plan to Combat Neglected Tropical Diseases 2008-2015.
http://ntd.isid.org/

APCRI National Conference 2011, 9-10 July 2010, Chennai
The 13th edition of Apcricon shall see deliberations by National and International experts in the field of Rabies Control and Scientific Paper Presentations by researchers.
http://rabies.org.in/

WHO SEARO Regional strategy on prevention and containment of antimicrobial resistance
Document outlines the strategic vision and associated activities for prevention and control of antimicrobial resistance in the South East Asian region.
http://www.searo.who.int/LinkFiles/BCT_hlm-407.pdf

Rabies in the South-East Asia Region
This documents disease burden, best practices of rabies control, vaccine issues and operational strategies for rabies control in WHO SEARO.
http://searo.who.int/LinkFiles/CDS_rabies.pdf.pdf

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