Gram-Negative "Superbugs" Meeting 2013
Event Details
The Gram-Negative "Superbugs" Meeting 2013 was held at the Hotel Grand Chancellor, Surfers Paradise, Queensland, Australia. 
The meeting was held on Friday 2 and Saturday 3 August 2013, and featured an optional workshop which was held in Brisbane on Thursday 1 August 2013.
Full details of the meeting are shown on this website.

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Don't miss this important meeting. Further information on what the meeting will cover is below. 

Event Description
The Australasian Society for Infectious Diseases will hold this two-day meeting to bring together clinicians, microbiologists, pharmacists, infection control nurses and researchers from Asia, Australia and New Zealand to provide a state of the art update on the issues of Gram-Negative "Superbugs". International and local speakers will review novel therapeutic approaches, the importance of the microbiology laboratory, dosing optimisation and the use of combination therapy and innovative approaches to infection control. This is the first meeting of its kind.
Why come to this meeting?
Antibiotics form the cornerstone of modern medicine but their use is now under threat from the rapid growth in antimicrobial resistance. Together, clinicians, microbiologists, pharmacists, infection control nurses, researchers can halt this trend but it will require co ordinated action, education and innovation. Attend the Gram-Negative "Superbugs" Meeting in the Gold Coast in August to hear about latest developments and be a part of efforts to define the Australian and regional response to this crisis.

The Gram-Negative "Superbugs" Meeting 2013 is appropriate for:
Infectious Disease physicians and trainees, microbiologists, (including virologists, mycologists, parasitologists), tropical medicine specialists, communicable disease specialists, travel medicine (specialists and GPs with interest), infection control specialists and nurses, public health medicine specialists, laboratory scientists and researchers.