BEGIN:VCALENDAR PRODID:-//eluceo/ical//2.0/EN VERSION:2.0 CALSCALE:GREGORIAN BEGIN:VEVENT UID:33c38b4d908f500fd3811368de60d00c DTSTAMP:20240714T231909Z SUMMARY:Sepsis - the challenges of science\, politics and society DESCRIPTION:Sepsis continues to cause millions of deaths worldwide\, of whi ch at least two million fatalities could be avoided each year by preventiv e measures\, such as vaccination of at risk populations\, better sanitatio n and clean care\, as well as by early recognition and most basic elements of care. In addition\, at least 2 million sepsis survivors per year suffe r from significant long term complications of the syndrome. Currently\, ad equate treatment facilities for most of these patients are missing. Despit e its high and increasing incidence sepsis is poorly recognized by health authorities\, health care workers\, policymakers\, lay people and media. T he implementation of effective measures for sepsis control and the develop ment of improved infection and sepsis diagnostics\, effective antimicrobia ls and sepsis specific therapies are urgently needed.\nGerman National Aca demy of Sciences Leopoldina\nFounded in 1652\, the Leopoldina brings toget her some 1\,500 outstanding scientists from about 30 countries. It is dedi cated to the advancement of science for the benefit of humankind and to sh aping a better future. In its role as the German National Academy of Scien ces\, the Leopoldina represents the German scientific community in interna tional committees. It offers unbiased scientific opinions on political and societal questions\, publishing independent studies of national and inter national significance. The Leopoldina promotes scientific and public debat e\, supports young scientists\, confers awards for scientific achievements \, conducts research projects\, and campaigns for the human rights of pers ecuted scientists.\nInvitation\nWe are pleased that this Leopoldina Sympos ium brings together highly ranked policy makers\, representatives of natio nal and international health care authorities\, most renowned clinical sci entists\, basic researchers\, representatives of highly innovative diagnos tic and pharmaceutic companies\, media and communication experts and sepsi s survivors to learn from each other about the most effective ways to:\n\n Increase vaccination rates and adherence to hygienic standards\nImprove pr eparedness in case of further pandemics\nIncrease awareness for sepsis amo ng lay people and health care providers\nFoster quality improvement projec ts in the hospital and outpatient setting\nImplement antibiotic stewardshi p programs and stop the misuse of antimicrobials\nOvercome the gap between resistance\, novel and effective antimicrobials\nEncourage the developmen t of cost-effective diagnostics and sepsis-specific therapeutics\nDevelop and provide adequate treatment concepts for sepsis sequelae\n\nWe are conv inced that the outcomes of this symposium will increase the understanding of the need for national and international efforts\, action plans and reso lutions to fight life-threatening infections and sepsis. For this reason\, we cordially invite you to join us for this meeting in the main auditoriu m of Friedrich Schiller University Jena.\nThe scientific organizers\,\nPro f. Dr. Michael BauerCenter for Sepsis Control and Care  Jena University H ospital\nProf. Dr. Axel Brakhage\, MLInfectControl2020Leibniz Institute fo r Natural Product Research and Infection Biology\, Hans Knöll Institute\n Prof. Dr. Konrad Reinhart\, ML (Coordinator) Department of Anesthesiology and  Intensive Care Medicine Jena University Hospital\nMore information a nd registration URL: DTSTART:20160310T103000 DTEND:20160311T173000 LOCATION:Aula der FSU Jena\, Fürstengraben 1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VTIMEZONE TZID:Europe/Berlin BEGIN:STANDARD DTSTART:20160310T103000 TZNAME:CET TZOFFSETTO:+0100 TZOFFSETFROM:+0100 END:STANDARD END:VTIMEZONE END:VCALENDAR