WSPID Society

Survey for doctors and nurses treating Tuberculous meningitis (TBM) patients.

Tuberculous meningitis (TBM) is an enormous global health problem, yet there are no globally accepted guidelines / protocols to standardize the acute, supportive management, and little research on neurocritical care. Evidence from other brain injury conditions demonstrates the significant positive impact neurocritical care can have on patient outcomes.

Internationally relevant guidelines or recommendations for supportive medical and surgical acute care in TBM are sorely needed, and would benefit from multi-centre randomised trials.

Your input is needed - the survey is anonymous & more information about the survey, consent terms & principal investigators is available here or click here for the SURVEY

WSPID 2019

Due to unforeseen issues and changes in local circumstances, the WSPID 2019 congress will no longer take place in Bali, Indonesia, in November 2019. Further information about the new location and dates of the WSPID 2019 congress will be announced as soon as possible. In the meantime, you can also follow us on Facebook & Twitter for any updates. We thank you for your understanding.

Thank you!

With 1745 delegates from over 70 countries, WSPID 2017 was an outstanding conference. 

WSPID wishes to thank everyone involved in making WSPID 2017 a success. Special thanks goes to the - Local Organising Committee, 2017 International Scientific Committee, Sponsors, Exhibitors,  Speakers & Chairs, Kenes and last but not least the wonderful congress delegates. 

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