Prof. Raul Raz
Infectious diseases
Remedy Tours, Sunday 06 July 2008 - 17:00:00

Director, Infectious Diseases Unit, Medical Center

Director, Travelers Clinic, Clalit Health Services

Associate Professor, Technion Medical School, Haifa

Consultant for the Chief Officer of Medicine, Israely Army Force

Prof. Raz completed his residency training in Internal Medicine, Rambam medical Center, Haifa, Israel in 1976 and continued his training in Infectious diseases at Hadassah Medical Center, Ein-Karem, Jerusalem in 1982.

Significant awards and recognition (past 5 years)
2007 - to date Member of the Executive Committee of the International Society of Chemotherapy
2005 - to date Member of the Editorial Manager system of European Urology
2005 - to date Member of the Editorial Board: Israeli Medical Association Journal
2004 Antimicrobial Resistance in Israel and other Mediterranean Countries.

International Consultation on Strategies for Containment of Antimicrobial Drug Resistance in Europ.World Health Organization, Wernigerode, Germany

2004 Asymptomatic Bacteriuria - to treat or not to treat?

Management of UTI in old age.

International Disease Management Symposium: Modern Pharmacotherapy in Urology

Joint Meeting with The 2nd Asian UTI/STD Forum. Khabarovks, Far East Region, Russia

2004 WHO Workshop on the Containment of Antimicrobial Resistance in Europe, Germany
2004 Interview in "Clinical Pearls with the Experts Speak" :"Cranberry Juice and urinary Tract
Infection" following review published in Clinical Infectious Diseases
2003 International Society of Chemotherapy; European Society of Infection of Urology; European Association of Urology; Federation of European Societies for Chemotherapy and for Infection in association with Hungarian Society for Chemotherapy and Hungarian Society for Urology: Disease Management Series: Hot Topics in Urinary Tract Infection: "Clinical Significance of Asymptomatic Bacteriuria". Budapest, Hungary
2003 Use of fluoroquinolones for uncomplicated urinary tract infections. 23rd International Congress of Chemotherapy, Ingqungquthela 2003, Durban, South Africa.

Significant Publications in peer-reviewed journals (past 5 years)
2004 Cochrane Library: Editorial Information - Additional contributor in the Cochrane Renal Group Module. Oestrogens for preventing recurrent urinary tract infection in post menopausal women - Protocol.

Book chapters and invited reviews (past 5 years only)
2007 Revision of chapter: Mycoplasma and ureaplasma to the new edition of Infectious Diseaes by Elevier
2002 Juan J Picazo, Emilio Bouza: INFECTION 2002.

R.Raz: Infection del Tracto Urinario Nosocomial.

Published by Fundacion para el Estudio de la Infection. 1st Edition. . pp. 83-104.




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