The J Project physician education and clinical research collaboration arrived to its 100th conference.
The J Project physician education and clinical research collaboration program was conceived in Debrecen and became a reality on March 12, 2004, in Targu Mures, Romania. Thus, the next meeting in Turkey will be not only the 100th J Project Meeting, but also an occasion to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the J Project. There will be 43 countries represented by 300 professionals.
Over the past 10 years the J Project has made every effort to improve the care of patients with primary immunodeficiencies. The vision of the Debrecen J Project Center was no less than the harmonization of professional activities in the field of PIDs in Europe and the equalization of patient care between Western and Eastern Europe, eradicating the differences between these two parts of the continent arising from their heterogeneous backgrounds and economic circumstances, an unfair consequence of history.
The J Project program has made remarkable progress, reaching many milestones and increasing the number of patients with inborn errors of immunity diagnosed and treated. The project aims to extend the success into the next decade and to call attention the importance of the gradual and postgradual teaching of immune disorders.
source: unideb.hu, jproject100antalya.com