Exhibition & Sponsoring

For detailed information on the various partnership opportunities please download the partnership manual.

We offer your company the opportunity to become a sponsor of the 2nd International Conference on Infection and Prevention Control, to promote your scientific endeavours, and to obtain wider recognition in the field of the prevention and control of infections.
You can contribute in three ways:

– Sponsor various items in the conference activities


– Organize a satellite symposium


– Host a booth

For detailed information on the various partnership opportunities please download our partnership manual here.


… Because the fight against HAI and antimicrobial resistance spread should be a common goal of healthcare professionals and industry

… Because the collective knowledge and expertise will help to fine-tune your own intentions and developments

… Because ICPIC will offer a unique opportunity to further enlarge your contacts and network with experts in the field of HAI and antimicrobial resistance control prevention and control.

… Your support is indispensable to be able to offer this opportunity to participants .

Confirmed Sponsors & Exhibitors
The 2nd International Conference on Prevention and Infection control would like to thank the following Sponsors & Exhibitors for their kind support


Confirmed Satellite Symposia


Tuesday, 25 June 2013 – 15:00-16:30


Tuesday, 25 June 2013 – 15:00-16:30


Wednesday, 26 June 2013 – 17:45-19:15


Wednesday, 26 June 2013 – 17:45-19:15

TUESDAY, 25 JUNE 2013 15:00 – 16:30

Prevention of CLABSI : Convergence of global best practices
Chairperson: Prof. Leonard Alan Mermel (US)
To see our online invitation please visit: http://www.carefusion.com/icpic
CLABSI: a review of addressable risk factors, guidelines & checklists

Leonard Alan Mermel (US)


Extraluminal sources of infection: role and economics of skin disinfection

Jean-Jacques Parienti (FR)


Intraluminal sources of infection: recent data and developments

William Robert Jarvis (US)


Panel Discussion


Automated area decontamination – Keeping the environment under control. 

Evaluation of true needs, efficacy benchmarks and practical implementation

Chairperson: Philippe Destrez (FR)
Symposium Introduction

Philippe Destrez (FR)


The level of contamination of surfaces in a hospital environment and implications for efficacy needed in a decontamination process

relevance of adding automated processes to improve surface disinfection practices

Lionel Pineau (FR)


The need for establishing standards and guidelines for automated area decontamination to assist evaluation of technologies. Efficacy benchmarks for automated area decontamination – Current initiatives 

Pr. Roques (FR)


Automated Area Decontamination in practice, experience from clinical testing, implementation and use. 

Diane Wake (UK)


Panel Session / Q&A

WEDNESDAY, 26 JUNE 2013 17:45 – 19:15



Infection Prevention Strategies and the Economic Imperative

Chaipersons: Tom Elliott (UK) Jean-Francois Timsit (FR)


Prevention of Catheter Related Bloodstream Infections

Mark Rupp (US)


Preventing Surgical Site Infections: what is the latest evidence? 

Patchen Dellinger (US)


Prevention of Catheter Related Bloodstream Infections (CRBSIs): health economics impact

Stijn Blot (BE)


Prevention of Surgical Site Infections (SSIs): health economics impact

Jan Kluytmans (NL)


Round table discussion with panelists


Future Opportunities in Hand Hygiene Research

Chairperson: William R. Jarvis (US)
Symposium Objectives:

• Discuss current state of the art and future directions on topics important to advancing the hand hygiene research agenda

• Discuss in-vivo test methods used to evaluate the antimicrobial efficacy hand hygiene products and understand how to interpret the meaning of the results
The history and purpose of current European norms for hand disinfection

Manfred Rotter (AT)


Future directions in in vivo hand disinfection test methods

David R. Macinga (US)


The hand hygiene research agenda biggest opportunities for innovation

John W. Boyce (US)


Question & Answers + Discussion