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Confirmed speakers with preliminary titles

Juliet Albert, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, UK - Female Genital Mutilation- travel counselling as a way to prevent?

◊ Jennifer Anderson Trailfinders Travel Clinic London, UK - Female Genital Mutilation- travel counselling as a way to prevent?

Hilmir Asgeirsson, Karolinska University Hospital and Karolinska Institutet, Sweden  - Fever in returned travelers: case discussion.

Jonas Bonnedahl, Department of Infectious Diseases Kalmar County Hospital, Sweden  - Antibiotic Resistance – travelling with birds.

◊ Lynda Bramham, National Travel Health Network and Centre (NathNaC), UK - Pediatric case discussion.

◊ Ann-Marie Calander Dept. of Rheumatology Sahlgrenska University Hospital, Sweden - Increased risk for leishmaniasis in patients with immunomodulatory treatment after visits to Leishmania endemic areas in Spain.

Lydia Chitimia-Dobler, German Center of Infection Research, Germany  - Ticks – who are they and what do they carry?

Gerard Flaherty, National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland  - Highlights of the Travel Medicine Literature since NECTM6.

Anna Färnert, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden  - Malaria in travelers and migrants; immunological and clinical aspects.

Sandra Grieve, Royal College of Nursing, UK - Travel Medicine Practices in different countries.

◊ Helena Hammarström, Dept. of Infectious Disease Sahlgrenska University Hospital, Sweden - Increased risk for leishmaniasis in patients with immunomodulatory treatment after visits to Leishmania endemic areas in Spain.

◊ Gunnar Hasle, University of Oslo, Norway - Preparing the gut for travel.

Lars Hvid, University of Copenhagen and Copenhagen University Hospital, Denmark  - Malaria vaccines – where are we now?

◊ Tomas Jelinek, Berlin Center for Travel and Tropical Medicine, Germany - Borreliosis vaccine – when and how?

Anders Johansson, Umeå University, Sweden  - Tularemia in Europe: who is at risk, where and when?

Anu Kantele, University of Helsinki and Helsinki University Hospital, Finland - Puzzling Travellers' diarrhoea - increasingly resistant pathogens and travellers overusing antibiotics.

◊ George Kassianos, National Immunisation Lead Royal College of General Practitioners, UK - Influenza and Travel. 

Olivia Kiwanuka, Stockholm Southern Hospital and Adventure Medicine, Sweden - Expedition Medicine – what to consider when?

◊ Sarah Kohl, University of Pittsburgh, US - Social media and digital counselling.

◊ Sarah Kohl, University of Pittsburgh, US - Pediatric case discussion.

◊ Lars Lindqvist, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden - Tick-Borne Encephalitis – an overview.

◊ Rogelio Lopez-Velez, National Referral Unit for Tropical Diseases. Infectious Diseases Department. Madrid, Spain - Increased risk for leishmaniasis in patients with immunomodulatory treatment after visits to Leishmania endemic areas in Spain.



◊ Tinja Lääveri, Helsinki University Hospital, Finland - Definitions of Travelers Diarrhea and revisiting causes. 

◊ Shirley Molitor-Kirsch, Children´s Mercy, Kansas City, US - Pediatric case discussion.

Dominique Monnet, European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control - ECDC and Antimicrobial resistance: consequences for international travellers.

Andreas Mårtensson, Uppsala University, Sweden - Malaria epidemiology.

Marika Nordberg, Åland Central Hospital, Finland - Borreliosis; clinical and epidemiological aspects.

◊ Dipti Patel, National Travel Health Network and Centre (NathNaC), UK - Social media and digital counselling.

◊ Dipti Patel, National Travel Health Network and Centre (NathNaC), UK - Yellow fever vaccine regulations - an update.

Philippe Parola, University of Aix Marseille, France  - Tropical Tick-Borne Disease.

Pasi Penttinen, European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control - ECDC: Epidemic intelligence and risk assessment at your service - how can Travel Medicine benefit?

Patricia Schlagenhauf, University of Zürich, Switzerland - Malaria chemoprophylaxis for travellers - Status 2018.

Heli Siikamäki, University of Helsinki and Helsinki University Hospital, Finland  - Repatriation of travellers – experience from SOS International.

Gerard Sonder, Public Health Service of Amsterdam, and University of Amsterdam, Netherlands.  - Hepatitis: travelers risk and how to address them.

Robert Steffen, University of Zurich, Switzerland - Duration of protection by Tick-Borne Encephalitis (TBE) vaccines: opening a debate.

◊ Susanne Strömdahl, Uppsala University Hospital and Karolinska Institutet, Sweden - HIV Pre-Exposition Prophylaxis for travelers- for whom and when?

◊ Ann-Mari Svennerholm, University of Gothenburg - Research efforts to develop new enteric vaccines for travelers and populations in endemic countries.

◊ Michael Tipton, University of Portsmouth, UK - Travelling in cold climate.

◊ Eric Walker, University of Glasgow, UK - New initiatives in Travel Medicine education.

◊ Miriam van den Watering, Public Health Service of Amsterdam, Netherlands - Travel Medicine Practices in different countries.

Sara Viksmoen Watle, Norwegian Institute of Public Health, Norway  - Ebola vaccine – and now?

◊ Charlotta Zacharias, VaccinDirekt, Sweden - Travel Medicine Practices in different countries.

LIsted in alphabetical order and will be updated continuously.