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Eurosurveillance, Volume 21, Issue 46, 17 November 2016
Eurosurveillance editorial team: Eurosurveillance 5th scientific seminar on 30 November at ESCAIDE - 20 years of communicating facts and figures in a changing world

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Citation style for this article: Eurosurveillance editorial team. Eurosurveillance 5th scientific seminar on 30 November at ESCAIDE - 20 years of communicating facts and figures in a changing world. Euro Surveill. 2016;21(46):pii=30401. DOI:

On the occasion of our 20-year anniversary, the 5thEurosurveillance Scientific Seminar will have ‘20 years of communicating facts and figures in a changing world’ as its topic.

Featuring speakers Professor David Heymann, Head of the Centre on Global Health Security at Chatham House, London, and Chairman of Public Health England, UK, and Professor Lawrence Madoff, Director, Division Of Epidemiology And Immunization, Massachusetts Department of Public Health and Editor of ProMED-mail (the programme for Monitoring Emerging Diseases), and moderated by Professor Panayotis Tassios, Associate editor of Eurosurveillance, the seminar is held at the same venue as ESCAIDE to ensure that as many participants as possible can use the opportunity to listen to the speakers.

For the full programme, please go to the Eurosurveillance homepage.

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