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New antibiotic summary cards

The Alliance for the Prudent Use of Antibiotics (APUA) is proud to announce the launch of the third batch of &...

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One health aspects of AMR and ...

We invite you to a collaborative webinar between Asia Pacific Society of Clinical Microbiology & Infection and the International Society ...

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Resources for preparing and using ...

This free E-module is designed to help you increase your understanding about how and why antibiograms are used in hospital ...

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Rapid diagnostics and strain typing in ...

We are pleased to ISAC's next free webinar organised by ISAC's Rapid Diagnostics & Biomarkers Working Group. 11 April 2024 @

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On-demand | Ortho spinal infections in ...

Watch the on-demand recording of this recent webinar organised by the Bone, Skin & Soft Tissue Working Group.

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OAZIS Antimicrobial stewardship ...

This free course is brought to you by ISAC Member Society, Oazis Health.This course is a part of the ...

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Microbiology in Clinical Practice

This free E-Learning course has been developed under the collaboration between bioMérieux and Asia Pacific Society of ...

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One health aspects of AMR and infections in Asia

APSCMI / ISAC

Asia Pacific Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infection (APSCMI) is a federation of infectious disease, microbiology and infection control societies in the Asia Pacific and a close partner of International Society of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy (ISAC).

The COVID-19 pandemic is a stark reminder of the importance of One Health approach to combat major challenges in infectious diseases. For this webinar we have focused on One Health and emerging infections from the Asia Pacific.

Antimicrobial resistance is a slow-burn pandemic that cannot be solved without multisectoral One Health approach. Nipah virus and severe fever with thrombocytopenia syndrome (SFTS) caused by tick-borne Bandavirus are emerging viral infections of significant mortality in South and East Asia respectively.

This webinar brings experts from the Asia Pacific to share on these three areas to stimulate dialogue and collaboration in our international infectious disease community.

Rapid diagnostics and strain typing in the era of increasing AMR

Organised by ISAC's Rapid Diagnostics & Biomarkers Working Group

We are pleased to ISAC's next free webinar organised by ISAC's Rapid Diagnostics & Biomarkers Working Group.

11 April 2024 @ 13.00 (UK) / 14.00 (CET)

on demand infectious diseases webinars ISAC

Latest ON-DEMAND webinars

 

  • Ortho spinal infections in the era of increasing AMR
  • Phage pharmacology & therapy
  • H5N1 Avian Influenza: the path from panzootic to pandemic
  • Zero by 2023: One Health perspectives of rabies elimination
H5N1 Avian Influenza webinar ISAC

Ortho spinal infections in the era of increasing AMR

Organised by the Bone, Skin & Soft Tissue Working Group.

ON DEMAND RECORDING COMING SOON
21 March @ 13.00 UK / 14.00 CET

The aim is to learn from current experiences across the globe on how to manage ortho spinal infections and provide insight into novel diagnostics, antibiotics and antibiotic alternatives.

ISAC rabies webinar septmeber 2023

Zero by 2023: One Health perspectives of rabies elimination

Organised by the ISAC Viral Infections Working Group

ON DEMAND recording coming soon.

COVID-19: Webinar Series

COVID-19: Webinar Series

ISAC held six webinars in its COVID-19 series:

  1. COVID-19: Around the World in 80+ Minutes
  2. COVID-19: Variants
  3. COVID-19: Vaccinations
  4. COVID-19: Treatments
  5. COVID-19: What is long COVID?
  6. COVID-19: re-vaccination & variant vaccines (September 2022)
Working Group Webinars

Working Group Webinars

ISAC's Working Groups have held several webinars on topics related to infectious diseases / antimicrobial resistance.

MDR Gram-negative bacilli

Held in collaboration with the Japanese Society for Chemotherapy.

ISAC / APUA Anniversary

ISAC and APUA celebrated 100 combined years of fighting ID and AMR in 2021.

Disclaimer

The webinars provided by the International Society of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy (ISAC) are for informational purposes only. No material contained herein is intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, treatment or national / local guidelines. The opinions expressed in a webinar are those of the author(s) only and may not necessarily represent the views of ISAC. Where links are provided to other sites and resources of third parties, these links are provided for your information only. ISAC neither endorses not accepts responsibility for the contents of those sites or resources.