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First meeting of Global Outbreak Alert and Response Network in the WHO European Region

11-13 October 2016, Presidential Library, t. Petersburg, Russian Federation

The global community is dealing with emergencies of unprecedented scale. Disease outbreaks can occur anywhere, anytime and can shatter communities. European experts play a major role in responding to epidemics globally to protect affected people and European citizens alike.

Experts on health emergencies response around Europe will gather in St. Petersburg, Russian Federation on 11–13 October 2016 at the first European meeting of the WHO led Global Outbreak Alert and Response Network (GOARN). 

The 100 participants especially from Russian-speaking countries will aim at strengthening Europe’s role in outbreak response globally. 

The meeting is organized by WHO and the Russian Federal Service for Surveillance on Consumer Rights Protection and Human Wellbeing (Rospotrebnadzor), and supported by the Government of the Russian Federation.
You are invited to attend the press conference on 11 October 2016 at 09:30 at Presidential Library named after Boris Yeltsin, Senatskaya Sq., 3, Saint-Petersburg, Russia, 190000

Dr Anna Popova, Director Rospotrebnadzor, Russian Federation
Dr Nedret Emiroglu, Director Health Emergencies and Communicable Diseases, WHO Regional Office for Europe

The press conference will provide more details about Europe’s work in health emergencies and there will be opportunities for interviews.
Due to space constraints, we invite you to register by 7 October 2016. For security reasons we recommend that you bring your ID (passport) and press card for accreditation at the meeting.

To join the press conference, please register with:
Rospotrebnadzor, Russian Federation
Anna Bricheva
Office: +7 499 973-18-26
Mobile: +7 910 416-2317
WHO Regional Office for Europe
Cristiana Salvi 
Office: +45 4533 6837
Mobile: +45 2963 4218

Fonte(source) —LEGGI TUTTO(read more)—

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