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British Infection Society

The British Infection Association has arisen from the fusion of the British Infection Society and the Association of Medical Microbiologists. These organisations have come together to enhance the prevention, management, and control of infection and to improve professional representation on national bodies formulating policy about training, continuing professional development and delivering health care in the field of infection. The BIA aims to enable the best care for patients with infectious disease through: Supporting high quality clinical and basic science research in the field of infection through competitive award of funding to research applicants, Setting & reviewing standards in infection practice, including the development of guidelines, Providing excellent education in infection through meetings and presentations (alone and in collaboration with other scientific societies), Working with government, Public Health England, NHS England, and other interested bodies to promote best practice in areas related to infectious disease, Providing expert opinion on infection related matters to external agencies, patients, and the wider public, Supporting infection specialists within their daily work by facilitating communication and providing useful resources, Disseminating new research and best practice via the Association’s publication: the Journal of Infection. To work to ensure optimal delivery of healthcare to patients diagnosed with infection through: Representing the views of infection specialists, and providing expert opinion on infection-related matters, to external agencies, patients and the wider public, Setting & reviewing standards in infection practice, including the development of guidelines, Supporting infection specialists within their daily work, through facilitating communication and providing useful resources, Education and training, Infection-related research, Collaboration with other infection-related specialist groups. The Council manages the affairs of the BIA in the furtherance of its aims, and comprises of elected members from among the general membership. The President serves for a term of two years, as does the Vice President, subsequently becoming President. Training grade members also serve for two years. The Secretary, Treasurer and other members of Council serve for a term of three years.

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