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Será de 18 a 21 de setembro de 2014 que a Escola Superior de Tecnologia da Saúde de Lisboa (ESTeSL) irá receber mais um evento internacional. Trata-se do TEMPH2014 – Trends in Environmental Microbiology for Public Health, numa organização conjunta que envolve a área científica de Saúde Ambiental e que trará a Portugal exper­tises internacionais com o objetivo de promover a partilha de conhecimento acerca de agentes patogénicos emergentes, toxinas microbianas e a resistência de genes no ar, água, areia e géneros alimentícios, num contexto de exposição ambiental. Esperamos por si!…

TEMPH 2014

TEMPH2014 will be the first meet­ing where an inter­na­tional group of sci­en­tists from Europe and Amer­ica will con­vene to share and dis­cuss cutting-edge envi­ro­men­tal micro­bi­ol­ogy research that empha­sizes sand and water habi­tats in tem­per­ate and trop­i­cal regions of the world.

TEMPH2014 will focus on the Bac­te­ri­ol­ogy, Mycol­ogy, Par­a­sitol­ogy and Virol­ogy, of recre­ational areas for the pur­pose of cre­at­ing syn­ergy between water qual­ity and pub­lic health pro­fes­sion­als. Reg­u­la­tory issues will be dis­cussed by the participants.

The com­bi­na­tion of inter­na­tional exper­tise, a pro­gram designed to pro­mote inter­ac­tion and problem-solving, and the unique blend of emphases rep­re­sented by this con­fer­ence pro­vides the unique oppor­tu­nity to develop an intro­duc­tory white paper aimed at pro­vid­ing rec­om­men­da­tions with respect to address­ing the link between beach sands, water qual­ity, and poten­tial human health outcomes.

Ulti­mately the rec­om­men­da­tions will be sent to national and inter­na­tional reg­u­la­tory agen­cies and the World Health Organization.

The white paper will be pub­lished in a peer reviewed sci­en­tific jour­nal. Meet­ing par­tic­i­pants with exper­tise in recre­ational water qual­ity are invited to con­tribute towards the white paper.

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