RESVINET Expert MEETING 2016
We would like to present a summary of the expert meeting by means of a short video. The video provides an impression of the presentations and the ambiance of the day. We sincerely hope you have enjoyed your stay, or will be encouraged to join us next time!
2nd HIGH-LEVEL EXPERT MEETING 2016 PROGRAM AND ATTENDEE INFORMATION
We are proud to announce that on the 2nd & 3rd of March 2016 the 2nd HIGH-Level Expert Meeting will take place in Zeist, The Netherlands. More information about the program and other information concerning the attendees can be found in the brochure.
RSV (Respiratory Syncytial Virus) infection is the second most important cause of death during infancy, especially in developing countries. RSV infection has also been linked to an increased risk in the development of chronic airway disease in later life. Therefore, research on RSV is crucial.
In order to improve research on RSV, ReSViNET (Respiratory Syncytial Virus Network) has been established. In this network, expertise and leadership are combined in order to decrease the global burden of RSV. It is our goal to improve knowledge of RSV epidemiology and to develop safe and effective therapeutic and preventive interventions.
Incidence of Hospitalization for Respiratory Syncytial Virus Infection amongst Children in Ontario, Canada: A Population-Based Study Using Validated Health Administrative Data
Andrea Pisesky1, Eric I. Benchimol1,2,3,4, Coralie A. Wong4, Charles Hui1, Megan Crowe3, Marc-Andre Belair4, Supichaya Pojsupap1, Tim Karnauchow1, Katie O'Hearn2, Abdool S. Yasseen, III2, James D. McNally1,2*