PROVIDER: Public Health Association of Australia (co-convened with the Communicable Diseases Network Australia and the Public Health Laboratory Network)
DATE: 26- 28 June 2017
VENUE: Pullman Albert Park Melbourne
In 2017 the Conference theme will be ‘Infectious Diseases: a global challenge’, the theme will allow consideration of the threats to health security from old and new infectious agents, and the increasing threat of antimicrobial resistance. In particular, the conference will examine how the interconnected world facilitates spread of infection.
The conference theme will allow attendees to take stock of international attempts to control and eliminate infectious diseases, and the potential role that Australia and other countries in the region play in this endeavour.
This conference will showcase high-quality research and experience from international and Australian experts, on various aspects of the challenges and successes in global communicable disease control.
The conference will include a focus on communicable disease control in Indigenous populations and other priority groups.
REGISTRATION: Early bird registration from January 2017
MORE INFORMATION: Please visit https://phaa.eventsair.com/QuickEventWebsitePortal/cdc-conference-2017/event-info-site