ESWI events include: Conferences, Summits, Webinars, Podcasts and an Events Archive. 

Conferences

Every two years ESWI organises the largest European-based influenza conference.

Assembling the most renowned scientists and experts from a multitude of fields to showcase recent advances in basic science, stimulating the scientific debate and to identify new research routes.

It includes the popular Science and Policy Interface (SPI) track, a delineated programme track for public health officials and policy makers. This SPI track ‘translates’ the newest scientific data and presents good practices about influenza and other respiratory viral policy measures and recommendations.

9th Influenza Conference 2023
Valencia

8th influenza conference 2021
Virtual conference
7th Influenza Conference 2020
Virtual conference

Podcasts

The Airborne Podcast series are managed by the ESWI Secretariat and are hosted by an experienced writer and editor.

It features ESWI Board Members and invited guests and experts on acute respiratory virus infections and raises awareness on the burden of the disease and addresses FAQ.

ESWI Airborne
Meet the members in the podcast series ESWI Airborne. These educational and captivating talks give an insight into the fascinating world of respiratory viruses moderated by our host Clare Taylor.

Summits

Held every non-conference year, the tailor-made Science and Policy Interface event is an important forum where policy makers engage with scientific experts to advance evidence-based public health policy measures.

It aims to bring respiratory virus prevention strategies and new exciting developments in the field to the fore.

ESWI Summit 2022
Brussels & Online

Joining forces in influenza pandemic preparedness
Chatham House, London, United Kingdom

Webinars

ESWI organises exciting scientific webinars featuring distinguished guests and experts in their field throughout the year on current, relevant respiratory viral topics of interest and new breakthroughs.

ESWI webinar series 2021
How can countries cope with more than one major respiratory virus spreading, while non- pharmaceutical interventions are being loosened week by week?

IDC Webinar 2021
Online webinar