Dr Giancarlo Scoppettuolo, MD, from Rome. Has a Post Graduation Degree in Infectious Diseases from the Catholic University, Rome.
He works as Infectious Disease Consultant at Catholic University Hospital, Rome, where he provides medical care, research and teaching. He teaches at the University Masters “Nursing of Venous Access” and “Medium and Long Term Central Venous Access Devices”, established at Catholic University, Rome.
Since many years, he is one of national coordinators of GAVeCeLT (Italian Group for Long Term Venous Access) in different research projects regarding several aspect of Venous Access Devices (VAD) and participates in most of GAVeCeLT’s educational courses, meetings and conferences. Since 2005, he is member of the Multi-professional CVC/PICC Team operating at the Catholic University Hospital. As a part of this team. Dr. Scoppettuolo is also member of the Hospital Committee for prevention of Healthcare associated infections.
He has presented papers and lectures in many National and International Conferences on Infectious Diseases, Vascular Access and Infusional Therapy.
He is author and co-author of more than 150 publications (papers, abstracts and book’s chapters).