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This website features APEIR, including its mandate, goals, current status of research projects, important findings, key partner institutions, Steering Committee members, researchers and other background information. In addition to providing information on APEIR, this website aims to share important and timely information on emerging infectious diseases with the public in general and with researchers, practitioners, policymakers and donors in particular.

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  APEIR Events


DATE    : 5-9 September 2013
PLACE  : Sampran Riverside, Nakorn Pathom, Thailand
APEIR Inception Workshop (5-6 September 2013)

Objective and Goal

To brainstorm concretely for:
- Projects milestone and projects M & E system
- Core methodology
- Expected outputs & outcomes
- Set up PAC

APEIR Knowledge Translation Workshop(7-9 September 2013)

Objective and Goal

1) Short-term
- Knowledge about KT approach and principles
- Increased understanding of theory of KT&KT actions
- Increased ability to plan and implement KT practice in their home country & networks
- Confidence and awareness to create supportive environments for KT

2) Long-term
- Increase researchers & KT persons capability of translating knowledge to policy decision and practice

- Upcomming events of APEIR
- Upcoming International Event related to EIDs (Emerging Infectiuos Diseases)

  News Updates
APEIR Policy Brief
APEIR Knowledge Translation (KT) Workshop (7-9 September 2013)
APEIR Inception Workshop (5-6 September 2013)
Avian Influenza: Impacts and Key Policy Messages for Asia, June 2013
20 and 21 June 13 H7N9 workshop and discussion: seminar presentation
APEIR Research Dr. Fumin Lei quoted in Science Magazine article on H7N9
Lancet article on H7N9 co-authored by APEIR SC member Dr. Wenjun Liu and APEIR researcher Dr. Fumin Lei
APEIR article in Emerging Health Threats Journal Supplement‏
APEIR Press Release - Combating H7N9 - Using Lessons Learned from APEIR Studies on H5N1
APEIR cited in PLOS Medicine article
APEIR representatives at CORDS, Annecy, France
APEIR-CORDS Partnership
APEIR-CORD Breif Report
Thai APAIR Network Coordination and Collaboration: Country Learning Lessons and Thinking ahead
APEIR-Kunming Meeting-Media Articles Summary
Thai AI Research Map
HPAI Update situation
Global HPAI Overview
ASEAN+3 Join Statement of HMM on Influenza
H1N1 Risk Assessment
Mekong Basin Disease Surveillance Network Signs New Memorandum of Agreement at World Health Assembly
Pandemic influenza preparedness: sharing of influenza viruses and access to vaccines and other benefits

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APEIR Inception and Knowledge Translation workshops
APEIR Inception and Knowledge Translation workshops were held at Sampran Riverside, Nakorn Pathom, Thailand during 5-9 September 2013...
H7N9: Lesson Learned from China Experience
Of recent studies, we now know that H7N9 is highly pathogenic in human, low pathogenic in animal and still evolves; thus, this makes it hard to produce effective vaccine against the virus. The NA gene..
IDRC team visited APEIR Coordinating Office
Dr. Annette Nicholson, Vice-President, Corporate Strategy and Regional Management of International Development Research Centre (IDRC), and Dr. Anindya Chatterjee, Regional Director of Asia Regional Of..
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