The Institute of Tropical Medicine Antwerp, Belgium, has joined forces with its Cambodian partners for the 59th ITM colloquium in Phnom Penh. This edition will feature the latest clinical, biomedical and public health research on antibiotic resistance in the Mekong region and discuss translation of evidence into policy.
The colloquium will explore drivers of antibiotic resistance in the region in a One Health approach. The event will offer a platform for researchers, health professionals and policy makers to identify how key research findings can inform policy-making and contribute to solutions.
The five pillars for the containment of antibiotic resistance identified by the World Health Organization will be used to structure the content of the colloquium:
Abstracts must be submitted before 15 June 2018 to email@example.com using the abstract template.
Travel grants will be offered to facilitate attendance of a limited number of early-stage researchers. More details on: www.antibiotic-resistance-2018.org.
More information about the 59th ITM Colloquium? Consult the website or send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Since 1959, the Colloquium is ITM’s yearly flagship scientific conference, funded by the Belgian Development Cooperation. Every other year the Colloquium takes place in a partner country of ITM. In 2018, ITM teams up with its partner organisations in Cambodia.
ITM colloquia bring together thousands of experts from the global South and North to discuss the most pressing scientific questions in tropical medicine and international health. The 59th ITM Colloquium will build on this tradition by taking on one of the defining global health challenges of our times.
For an overview of previous ITM colloquia see www.itg.be/E/colloquia.