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02 May 2007
Book your Free Place at the Oxoid Infection Control Seminar
BASINGSTOKE, UK, 02 May 2007: Oxoid, a world leader in microbiology, has confirmed the agenda for its popular Infection Control Seminar. This will take place on Tuesday 15 May 2007 at the Hellidon Lakes Hotel, Daventry, UK and there is still time to book a place at this FREE event.
The agenda for the 2007 Oxoid Infection Control Seminar is:
10:00 - Dr Tom Lewis (Specialist Registrar, Heartlands Hospital, Birmingham) Cleaning and setting standards for cleanliness
10:45 - Coffee
11:15 - Dr Ben Lopman (Head of Viral Infection in the Gastrointestinal Diseases Division, Health Protection Agency)
The economic burden of Norovirus outbreaks on hospitals and the cost benefits of taking appropriate action early
12:00 - Jim Gray (Head of Enteric Virus Unit, Colindale, HPA) Norovirus methods of diagnosis and UK testing algorithm
12:45 - Lunch
13:45 - Dr Tim Wreghitt (Regional Microbiologist), Neil Bentley (Deputy Laboratory Manager) and Rachel Thaxter (Infection Control Nurse, Addenbrookes) Medical Support in Romania
14:30 - Dr Jean O’Driscoll (Consultant Microbiologist, Stoke Mandeville Hospital) 027 C. difficile at Stoke Mandeville
15:15 - Coffee
15:45 - Prof Ian Poxton (Professor of Microbial Infection and Immunity and Chair of the European Study Group for Clostridium difficile) C. difficile
Delegates at previous meeting have described these events as, “better than any commercial seminar I have paid for”, and, “extremely informative and a great opportunity to network with colleagues from other hospitals”.
The Oxoid Infection Control Seminar has been accredited by the Institute of Biomedical Scientists (7 CPD credits), the Royal College of Nursing (6 study hours) and accreditation from the Royal College of Pathologists has been sought.
If you would like to reserve a place at this event, please send your full contact details by email to the event manager, Fiona Macrae at firstname.lastname@example.org. Places at this popular event will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis, so book today.
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