Tropical and infectious diseases, including sepsis, are world-wildly known as global health problems. This situation leads us, clinicians who live in endemic area, to enhance our skill in tropical and infectious disease management. The Jakarta Antimicrobial Update (JADE) has been serving you with actual knowledge of tropical and infectious disease for about 15 years. JADE was designed for continuing medical science education to answer the rapid science progress in tropical and infectious disease.
The antimicrobial resistance is now also known as a pitfall in infectious diseases as well as sepsis management. This condition is generally answered by launching the antibiotic restriction program, updating the antibiotic guidelines, forming the antimicrobial resistance watch committee, etc. On top of those actions, strengthening and implementing the evidences are still the major problem in effort for use antimicrobial prudently.
In conjunction with Indonesian Sepsis Forum Meeting, JADE which will be held at the end of April 2016, humbly invite you to share the current progress of tropical, infectious diseases, and sepsis science. Hope you can join us and gather scientific benefits from the presentations by our invited national and international speakers.
JADE & INASEF 2016 Committee