36th Annual Meeting of the European Bone and Joint Infection Society
The 36th EBJIS Conference will take place on 7-9 September 2017 at La Cité, Nantes Events Center in France.
Abstract submission deadline is: 8 May 2017
The conference will be held in the La Cité - Nantes Events Center in France. Nantes is an appealing and varied destination with an architectural, historical and industrial heritage. There is a lot to see in the city, among others in the historic part of the city where you will find the 15th-century cathedral to the Château of the Dukes of Brittany, which is now a museum of regional history.
EBJIS is dedicated in the battle against infections in the musculoskeletal system and appeals not only to orthopaedic surgeons but also to microbiologists, plastic surgeons, infectious disease specialists, molecular biologists and material science specialists. Each year the annual EBJIS Conference grows bigger and gathers more than 500 participants from all over the world.
The conference will bring together experts, practitioners and companies involved in infections affecting bone and joint. Professionals attending the conference will benefit from high-level scientific presentations, knowledge sharing and networking opportunities. The scientific programme will be provided with keynote lectures, free paper sessions, industry symposia and posters.
The principle topics for EBJIS 2017 are:
• New strategies and biotechnologies in MSI
• The « aseptic » joint arthroplasty revision: From Prosthetic Joint Infection misdiagnosis to excessive antibiotic treatment
• Pediatric and adult osteoarticular oncologic surgeries - Infection management: Where are we?
• Low grade infections with rare and multidrug resistant pathogens
• Shoulder protheses and osteosynthesis: Management of the osteoarticular infections
• State of the art: Diabetic foot osteomyelitis
• Prosthetic Joint Infection in elderly people
On Thursday September 7, 2017 at 8:00 am (ends Saturday September 9, 2017 at 12:00 pm)
Category: Conferences - Science, Health & Medicine