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Speakers Presentations

Below you’ll find presentations for the conference. These will be published until July 5th. Click on each title to see the presentation. If some presentation is missing, the speaker does not approve of publishing. 

Wednesday May 22nd

The transition from pandemic to endemic transmission
Kåre Mølbak

Vaccination against Dengue fever
Hanna Nohynek

Thursday May 23rd

Climate change and travel 
Sebastian Mernild

Climate change and arboviruses 
Ralph Huits

Intestinal protozoa 
Thomas Weitzel

Addressing environmental issues, Destination management and local impacts, Respecting human rights, Managing animal welfare
Susan Deer

Vaccines against vector-borne diseasesa: malaria, dengue, zika and chikungunya 
Tomas Jelinek

Emerging Infections in the Middle East with focus on (CCHF) 
Seif Al Abri

Risk assessment in travelers 
Kath Lynch

Cruiseships/Shipnurses and senior travelers 
Carole Tracey

Two-year antibody persistence and safety of a single-dose live-attenuated chikungunya virus vaccine (VLA1553) in adults aged 18 years and above
Natascha Sattler

Tolerability of the Dengue Vaccine Qdenga® in German Travellers: a prospective survey
Tomas Jelinek

First clinical experiences with the Qdenga® vaccine in Germany: a multicentric TravelMedVac study
Clara Köpke

Yellow fever training program England, Wales and Northern Ireland
Lynda Bramham

Malaria chemoprophylaxis in the travel clinics 
Frederike Nederlof

Friday May 24th

The year in travel medicin: Top ten papers
Lin Chen

Moderne concepts to improve immunization response, with focus on the germinal center response 
Leo Visser

Preparing for worst-case-scenario 
Rasmus Dahlberg

Working in warzones 
Ann McCarthy

Natural disasters 
Merete Engell

Yellow fever vaccination hesitancy among precautionary groups in UK yellow fever centres 
Natalia Rodriguez Valero

Factors influencing the immunogenicity of rabies vaccines, evaluation of time effect over several decades: a literature review and meta-regression 
Fernando Morelli

Malaria risk perception and barriers for effective prophylaxis in the Sub-Saharan African VFR traveller community in Hamburg, Germany 
Marabelle Nana Essandoh

Measles, mumps, Rubella (MMR) vaccination in the immune compromised traveller and host 
Micha Loebermann

Yellow-Fever-related queries to the UK’s national pre-travel advice line, 2019-2023: rising clinical complexity, and a growing role for pharmacies 
Trent Herdman

Acute mountain sickness 
Tomas Jelinek

Erik Christian Jansen

Steffen Friis

Clinical decision supprt systems to increase the decetion of infections and other conditions in migrants 
Ana Requena Méndez