Entries by IPOPI

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IPOPI’s 2021 Review of Activities and Achievements

IPOPI’s 2021 Review of Activities and Achievements is now available. 2021 was a busy year for IPOPI, filled with events, campaigns, and policy efforts to improve care for patients with primary immunodeficiencies. The new strategic plan for 2021–2025 served as a guide to strengthen our educational programme in 2021. Throughout the year, we organised several […]

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IPOPI joins antimicrobial awareness campaign

  The World Antimicrobial Awareness Week (WAAW), observed yearly from November 18–24, aims to increase public knowledge of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) and encourage best practices among stakeholders to reduce the emergence and spread of drug-resistant pathogens. To curb AMR effectively, all sectors must use antimicrobials prudently and adopt other preventive measures. Without effective antimicrobials, the […]

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New video series on primary immunodeficiencies

IPOPI is launching a new educational video series on primary immunodeficiencies. With this new series, IPOPI intends to raise awareness of these disorders and encourage discussions about the value of early detection and accessibility to treatment. In recent years, IPOPI has increasingly used videos to foster a better understanding of PIDs among stakeholders and to […]

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Meet the winners of the PID Champion Awards 2022

  Award winners, finalists and presenters. From the left: Bruce Lim, Prof Surjit Singh, Jessie Qu, Dr Nahla Erwa, Martine Pergent, Otilia Stanga, Christine Jeffery At every Global Patients’ Meeting, the IPOPI community comes together to celebrate the PID Champion Awards. On October 13, during a sparkling award ceremony, people whose actions have contributed positively […]