Recorded: EIP 2020 ● Language: English ● Duration: 118 minutes Topic: Pediatric Infectious Diseases

Presentation 1: Recent Developments in Pertussis

DIMITRI DIAVATOPOULOS, Associate Professor of Infectious Diseases, Radboud University MC, THE NETHERLANDS

Learning Objectives: (1) Understand the differences in immune response following whole-cell and acellular pertussis vaccines and their potential impact on pertussis epidemiology (2) Review recent developments in the identification of immunological correlates of protection (3) Consider the potential routes to regulatory approval of novel pertussis vaccines​

Presentation 2: Pneumococcal surveillance data after PCV10; the Dutch experience

MIRJAM KNOL, Senior Epidemiologist, Center of Infectious Disease Control RIVM, THE NETHERLANDS

Learning Objectives: (1) Understand the epidemiology of pneumococcal infections after PCV10 (2) Understand the role of infant vaccinations for elderly (3) Understand the influence of the SARS-CoV2 pandemic and social distancing on pneumococcal infections

Presentation 3: Current Trends in Complicated Pneumonia

GEORGE SYROGIANNOPOULOS, Professor of Pediatrics, University of Thessaly, GREECE

Learning Objectives: (1) Review recent data on complicated pneumonia epidemiology (2) Present the changes in bacterial aetiology since widespread PCV vaccination of infants (3) Evaluate the role of new diagnostic methods to identify pathogens in empyema