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Important Dates

SIS-AP 1st international conference
Call for abstract submissions 1 April 2017 Closed
Abstract submission deadline 30 June 2017
Conference date 29 November 2017

International conference of SIS-AP

(In conjunction with the 30th Annual meeting of the Japan Society for Surgical Infection)

The 1st International conference of SIS-AP is being held in Tokyo, Japan on November 29, 2017. The topics of this symposium and international sessions are as follows;

Asia-Pacific symposium:
Prevention of SSIs: dedicated to providing best practices

International sessions:
1.Anastomotic leakage with infection
2.Antimicrobial resistance
Poster (Free paper)

Registration fee: 5,000 JPN Yen (Person attending 30th JSSI meeting will be free for registration of SIS-AP conference)

Please do not hesitate to contact me if I can be of any assistance.
We are looking forward to hearing from you.

Kazuo Hase, MD, President of the 1st International conference of SIS-AP,

Abstract form SAMPLE ABSTRACT

Conference Secretariat
Hironori Tsujimoto
Department of Surgery, National Defense Medical College, Japan
Namiki 3-2, Tokorozawa, 359-8513 Saitama, Japan
sisasiapacific-secretariat@yahoo.co.jp

Surgical Infection Society Asia-Pacific

Welcome

Surgical Infection Society Asia-Pacific (SIS-AP) is a multi-national, voluntary organization dedicated to educate health care providers and citizens who are interested in surgical infections, practice social responsibility and inspire to do the research to prevent, to cure, and to support patients and their families who are suffering from surgical infections.

SIS-AP objectives include:

1.To promote the management of surgical infection in the Asia Pacific area.

2.To maintain active communication with all organizations interested in surgical infection and its related fields in the Asia Pacific area.

3.To relate with other international associations of surgical infection.

4.To coordinate and facilitate the conduct of biennial scientific conference of the federation.

5.To develop consensus statements and practice guidelines on the perioperative management of surgical infections according to their clinical importance within the Asian Pacific area.

6.To establish the evidences on the surgical infection, perioperative management, and nutrition in the Asia Pacific area.

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