“Tackling TB together: from awareness to action”: QIAGEN to host hybrid Global TB Summit 2023, October 17-19

Oct. 13, 2023
International event on tuberculosis elimination and awareness with more than 30 tuberculosis experts to share and discuss latest research insights.

QIAGEN is set to host the Global TB Clinical and Educational Summit 2023 from October 17-19. This year’s theme is “Tackling TB together: From awareness to action.”

The CPD- and CME-accredited summit aims to drive significant advancements in the fight against TB and empower healthcare professionals and policymakers by providing them with the latest knowledge, insights, and best practices in TB management. Key topics include ending TB by 2030, addressing TB among high-risk communities, retaking the fight against TB after the COVID-19 pandemic, and exploring innovative diagnostic tools and strategies for expanding access to testing and treatment.

By attending the Global TB Summit 2023, participants can expect:

  • Access to expert presentations with globally renowned TB experts, covering research, clinical case studies, and advancements from various settings including high TB burden areas.
  • Opportunities for networking and collaboration with peers, healthcare professionals, policymakers, and TB survivors worldwide.
  • Exposure to emerging tools and strategies for TB management, novel diagnostic approaches, cost-effective testing implementation, and expanded access to treatment options.
  • Insights into the challenges and opportunities posed by the Covid-19 pandemic and the UN’s strategic roadmap for a TB-free world by 2030.

The Global TB Summit 2023 is free of charge and will be held virtually, closing with a hybrid day on October 19 that can be attended both virtually and onsite in London. Last year, more than 20 TB experts shared their knowledge with over 3,000 attendees from 120 countries. The entire program as well as the registration form can be found here: https://www.qiagen.com//applications/tb-management/events/tb-summit

QIAGEN release