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OS 18

 Open Session of the European Commission for the Control of Foot-and-Mouth Disease

Standing Technical Committee

29 - 31 October 2018, Borgo Egnazia, Puglia, Italy

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Final agenda

OS18

Report

OS18

INCREASING GLOBAL SECURITY
IN THE SUPPLY OF EFFECTIVE FMD VACCINES
Can we really manage the risks and achieve progressive FMD control without it?

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DAY 1

Abstracts

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DAY 2

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DAY 3

Abstracts + General 

Poster Session

INTERNATIONAL ISSUES COVERED

  • ​Emergency supply of FMD vaccines

  • Vaccine Banks & their alternatives

  • Forecasting emergence & threats

  • Global demand: Will vaccine supply respond?

SPECIALIST NETWORKING GROUP

  • Break-out sessions for networking

OPEN TECHNICAL SESSION

  • Addressing vaccine supply: The promise of new technologies. What limits development, licensing & application?

  • ​FMD Risk management: Epidemiology, forecasting, vaccination in emergency & endemic settings

  • Optimizing current vaccination. Programmes for impact & effectiveness

  • Fundamental & applied research: What do we need to really make progress?