Today is Day 2 of the RSVVW 2019 Conference.
We are happy with a successful Day 1 filled with a variety of events: Symposium on RSV Epidemiology and Surveillance, Keynote Speeches from the Deputy Minister of Health, Ghana and Daniel Feikin from the WHO, Session I, Masterclasses on Global Health and How to Get Published and an inspirational talk from Akwasi Frimpong, Ghanaian olympic bobsledding champion!
We have another exciting busy program for today - please tune in by clicking this link!
The RSVVW 2019 Conference begins today in Accra, Ghana. It will be live streamed through our website. Today scientists, stakeholders, physicians, representatives and students have come together from all around the world to discuss and share insights about the burden of RSV.
You can access the live streaming option here for Day 1!
You are invited to join the symposium - The goal of the symposium is to provide an overview of various ongoing RSV molecular epidemiology and surveillance studies and to summarize key research questions, strategies, data, and updates from these RSV molecular surveillance programs and work towards harmonizing approaches and analyses.
ReSViNET Foundation and C4C Consortium (Conect4children) are organizing today a Clinical Expert Symposium on involvement of the network in RSV clinical studies. Many thanks to the pediatricians from UK, Italy, Germany, France, Latvia, Lithuania and The Netherlands. Great meeting.