Conference, Oct 11th: Infection Control and Innovation 2017

For the second year in a row Odense University Hospital hosted a unique conference on health technology innovation and infection control.


The conference focused on a few central themes:

  • Using probiotics for non-toxic room disinfection
  • Rapid diagnosis tool and whole genome sequencing – can it help lower the use of patient isolation and antibiotics?
  • The future of digital communication and cybersecurity in “digital healthcare”

The programme for the event can be seen here.

Some of the slides from the conference are available for download here:

Kor Mast: MRSA positive – To be or not to be

Dorte Lyager: Probiotic cleaning, Oct 11 2017

Elsebeth Tvenstrup Jensen: Probiotic Cleaning – is Denmark ready for a paradigm shift?

Charles Alessi: Antimicrobioal resistence in the UK, a journey

Marianne N. Skov: The potential of POCT solutions

Michael Kemp: Whole Genome Sequencing

Christian Tvede: Drones in health – A view to the future

Bogi Eliasen:

Dimitra Liveri: Cybersecurity in smart hospitals



Questions about the conference can be directed to

HIMSS Turkey 2014 - Day 1

Lea Bohn
Conference manager in CIMT



The conference was part of WHINN – “Week of Health and INNovation” – a health technology and
innovation festival in Odense organized by the many health and technology organizations in Odense,
also called the Odense health and technology cluster.

WHINN is one of its kind – one week with conferences, side events, exhibition, matchmaking and
networking activities – all within health and innovation.


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