October 21-25, 2020
Statements of credit must be claimed online after the meeting using either the Interactive Program or the App. Attendees will be required to complete a short evaluation for every session for which credit is claimed. Attendees must attend each selected session in its entirety to receive CME/CPE/MOC credit. Partial credit is not available. Deadline to claim credit from IDWeek 2020 is Oct. 21, 2021.
Update infectious diseases clinicians, investigators, infection preventionists, and pharmacists with state of- the-art developments in the field, including timely reviews of recent advances in clinical care and research, and original reports of clinical, translational, and basic research in infectious diseases and healthcare epidemiology.
Bridge the widening gaps among the fields of infectious diseases clinical practice and research, including clinical, epidemiological, health services, implementation, translational and basic research.
Promote multi-disciplinary dialogue and collaboration among clinicians, investigators and pharmacists, thus facilitating advances in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of infectious diseases.
Provide training in skills that promote the Infectious Disease specialty, including medical education, leadership and advocacy for policies that impact infectious diseases practice and the healthcare team.
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Log into IDWeek 2020 Interactive Program Planner and then click the link to download the certificate of attendance.
Abstracts in Open Forum Infectious Diseases, OFID
Posters will be available in the Interactive Program.
Receive CME credit for the viewed sessions on the virtual platform.
We kicked off IDWeek 2020 with 24 hours of COVID-19 during Chasing the Sun. This global event began on Wednesday, Oct. 21 at 10 a.m. ET and concluded on Thursday, Oct. 22 at 10 a.m. ET.
IDWeek and its partners joined forces with recognized scientific agencies, non-governmental agencies and infectious diseases organizations from around the world including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the American Society of Microbiology, Asociación Panamericana de Infectologia, the Chinese Society of Infectious Diseases, the European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, and the Japanese Association for Infectious Diseases, each bringing unique global perspectives and data to cover various aspects of COVID-19 including clinical presentation, treatments, diagnostics, vaccine development, infection control and mitigation strategies and other late breaking issues. Closed captioning in English is available for this program.