Pediatric Infectious Diseases Recorded Sessions


Excellence in Pediatrics online webinars are designed to provide the latest updates and essential knowledge on specialty topics that will help specialists, and general pediatricians with a primary focus on the specialty conditions, to stay updated with the latest evidence and best practice advice, subsequently improving their everyday practice to the benefit of their patients.

Webinars are recorded and offered as videos to watch online. All recorded webinars are free to watch.

Please go to the registration link in each webinar you are interested in and register to directly access the video.

RECORDED SESSION PID-S2: The Evolution of Meningitis Vaccines and the Impact of Advocacy

♦︎ Recorded: Friday, Nov 23, 2018 
♦︎ Language: English
♦︎ Presenters:

  • JAMES STUART, Chair of CoMO’s Scientific Advisory Group, Consultant for the WHO, Honorary Professor at the University of Bristol and Chair of Meningitis Research Foundation's Scientific Advisory Panel, United Kingdom 
  • SAM NYE, Executive Director of the Confederation of Meningitis Organisations (CoMO), United Kingdom 
  • JANE PLUMB, MBE, Chief Executive of Group B Strep Support (GBSS), United Kingdom 

♦︎ Learning Objectives: (1) Identify how and why meningitis vaccines have evolved and are still evolving (2) Recognise the importance of patient advocacy and the impact it has had on the development of existing and new vaccines (3) Learn what the future may hold for Group B strep vaccines

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RECORDED SESSION PID-S1: Spotting the Early Signs of Malaria in Children - The returning traveller

♦︎ Recorded: Friday, Oct 19, 2018 (1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Central European Summer Time)
♦︎ Language: English
♦︎ Presenter: AUDREY CUNNINGTON,
Clinical Senior Lecturer in Paediatric Infectious Diseases at Imperial College, and honorary Consultant in Paediatric Infectious Diseases, Imperial College London, UNITED KINGDOM
♦︎ Learning Objectives: (1) Understand common presentations of malaria (2) Review diagnostic tests available for malaria (3) Consider pragmatic approaches to risk stratification and diagnosis

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