Premeeting Workshops

Most workshops are available in-person in Washington, DC, virtually via a livestream, and will be available on-demand to workshop registrants through March 31, 2023. If you are interested in two or more workshops at the same time, register for at least one virtually to watch it later on-demand.

 

*These workshops will not be available to attend virtually nor will they be available after IDWeek via the digital library.

Please note: Infectious Diseases ABIM Recertification: Self-Evaluation of Medical Knowledge, IDSA Modules: General Infectious Diseases will be offered in-person only.

Extend Your Access Through March 31

Sessions are locked because you did not register for them. For example – if you have registered for only Chasing the Sun: COVID-19, Beyond the Horizon  and not IDWeek 2021, you will not have access to IDWeek 2021 sessions.

Log in to extend your access:

  • Visit: https://registration.experientevent.com/ShowIDS211
  • Go to the dashboard section
  • Click “Add Sessions & Events”
  • Add any additional workshops, or scroll down toward the bottom of the page to add the “Extended Access Option” to your cart. (Regular access is included in all registration types from Sept. 1 – Dec. 31, 2021)

To upgrade your registration from Chasing the Sun: COVID-19, Beyond the Horizon only to IDWeek:

  • Follow the steps above and click “Registration” on the dashboard

 

More Free Programming: If you are registered for Chasing the Sun: COVID-19, Beyond the Horizon, all COVID-19 related sessions within IDWeek 2021 are also available for at no cost! All industry sponsored affiliated events, exhibits, and featured articles are also included in the Chasing the Sun registration.

The Vincent T. Andriole ID Board Review Course

Date: Tuesday, Oct. 18 | Time: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. ET

This workshop is designed for infectious diseases physicians preparing for the board exam or seeking a general update and review. Topics that will be addressed include the following: Parasitic Infections, Vaccines, HIV, Rickettsial Diseases, STI’s, Infection Control and Prevention and Transplant Infections. The participants will have an opportunity to utilize an audience response system to answer case-based microbiologic and clinical ID questions.

This workshop will be held live via Zoom on Sept. 21. Access information will be shared prior to Sept. 21.

Member
$340
Member Resident
$45
Nonmember
$425
Nonmember Resident
$75
Member-in-Training
$105
Member Medical Student
$0
Nonmember-In-Training
$210
Nonmember Medical Student
$45
Best Practices for Antimicrobial Stewardship Programs

Date: Tuesday, Oct. 18 | Time: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. ET

This course is a comprehensive and annually updated curriculum for those new to, old to or interested in learning more about antimicrobial stewardship. Topics include methods, controversies, advancements and implementation. Adult and pediatric stewardship topics relevant to a variety of healthcare settings will be presented.

Sessions will be held virtually on Sept. 21 from 2 – 5 p.m ET. Prior to Sept. 21, registrants will receive a calendar invitation with the Zoom link to attend.

Member
$250
Member Resident
$45
Nonmember
$350
Nonmember Resident
$75
Member-in-Training
$170
Member Medical Student
$0
Nonmember-In-Training
$220
Nonmember Medical Student
$45
Research Training Programs, Careers and Grant Writing Strategies for ID Physician-Scientists

Date: Tuesday, Oct. 18 | Time: 1 – 5 p.m. ET

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) are the most important source of funding for biomedical research in the U.S. This workshop will provide information about NIH and other research training support mechanisms for ID trainees and early career investigators, review successful grantsmanship strategies and offer a Q&A with ID research experts and NIH staff. Attendees will participate in panel and roundtable discussions and will learn about additional considerations and opportunities for ID physician-scientists.

There will be a 4-hour Zoom event on Sept. 22 from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. ET. Registered attendees will receive links to the Zoom call prior to Sept. 22.

Member
$25
Member Resident
$25
Nonmember
$25
Nonmember Resident
$25
Member-in-Training
$25
Member Medical Student
$25
Nonmember-In-Training
$25
Nonmember Medical Student
$25
Fellows’ Day Workshop*

Date: Wednesday, Oct. 19 | Time: 8 a.m. – noon ET

This workshop is designed for infectious diseases fellows. The two topics are:

  1. Infectious Diseases Images. This popular interactive session features cases presented by fellows with discussion by the fellows and a faculty panel.
  2. Careers in Infectious Diseases.  Interactive small group sessions devoted to exploring different ID careers.  Each session will be led by a person who has made his or her career in a different area of infectious diseases.

All presentations will be pre-recorded and made available to registered attendees prior to Sept. 22. Join the speakers for a live Q&A session on the IDWeek Virtual Platform on Sept. 22 from noon – 2 p.m. ET Prior to Sept. 22, registrants will be able to access the virtual site to ensure they are able to connect properly before the start of the workshop.

Member
NA
Member Resident
$30
Nonmember
NA
Nonmember Resident
$60
Member-in-Training
$0
Member Medical Student
$0
Nonmember-In-Training
$120
Nonmember Medical Student
$30
Pediatric Fellows’ Day Workshop*

Date: Wednesday, Oct. 19 | Time: 8 a.m. – noon ET

This workshop is designed for pediatric fellows and academicians who wish to understand issues related to the effective transitioning from fellowship to faculty positions, explore various career paths in pediatric infectious diseases and identify common and uncommon infections in children.

This workshop will take place via Zoom on Sept. 23 from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. ET. Registered attendees will receive links to the Zoom call prior to Sept. 23.
Member
NA
Member Resident
$30
Nonmember
NA
Nonmember Resident
$60
Member-in-Training
$0
Member Medical Student
$0
Nonmember-In-Training
$120
Nonmember Medical Student
$30
TB Workshop

Date: Wednesday, Oct. 19 | Time: 8 a.m. – noon ET

Recent advances in TB prevention, as well as the impact of COVID-19 on TB will be the focus this year’s workshop. Highlights include a personal story of contracting both TB and COVID-19, panel discussions, and preventing TB.

This workshop will take place via Zoom on Sept. 23 from 1 – 5 p.m. ET. Registered attendees will receive links to the Zoom call prior to Sept. 23.
Member
$240
Member Resident
$30
Nonmember
$320
Nonmember Resident
$60
Member-in-Training
$155
Member Medical Student
$0
Nonmember-In-Training
$205
Nonmember Medical Student
$30
Expanding your Influence to Improve Antibiotic Use in Outpatient Settings

Date: Wednesday, Oct. 19 | Time: 8 a.m. – noon ET

Inappropriate antibiotic use in outpatient settings is a considerable public health problem. Antibiotic stewardship teams are increasingly being asked to develop and implement stewardship programs for their medical center or health system’s outpatient clinics. The approaches to outpatient stewardship need to be tailored to these settings, including data gathering, interventions, behavioral modifications, and education, and meet the added challenges of changes to outpatient healthcare delivery as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.  The primary objective of this didactic and active learning workshop is to give attendees effective tools that can be used to expand the world of stewardship into the outpatient arena.

Going fully virtual – date is now Sept. 23 from 10 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. ET. Registered attendees will receive links to the Zoom prior to Sept. 23.
Member
$125
Member Resident
$25
Nonmember
$175
Nonmember Resident
$50
Member-in-Training
$85
Member Medical Student
$0
Nonmember-In-Training
$110
Nonmember Medical Student
$25
How to Use EBM/GRADE to Develop Guidelines

Date: Wednesday, Oct. 19 | Time: 8 a.m. – noon ET

The drive for the optimal guideline grading/rating of evidence framework has driven the emergence of the Grading of Recommendation Assessment, Development and Evaluation framework (GRADE). GRADE application in the production of clinical practice guidelines can result in trustworthy guideline recommendations, and as such it is imperative that persons who play a role in guideline panels have some training and orientation in the guideline development process itself, as well as an acute focus on the underpinnings of GRADE. This 4-hour workshop offers such training and orientation to attendees and particularly for those who plan to serve on guideline panels in the future.

Half of the workshop sessions will be pre-recorded for attendees and will also have a Live sessions with attendee interaction. The Live sessions will be held Thursday, Sept. 23 from noon – 5:45 p.m. ET. Prior to Sept. 23, registrants will be able to access the virtual site to ensure they are able to connect properly before the start of the workshop.
Member
$0
Member Resident
$0
Nonmember
$0
Nonmember Resident
$0
Member-in-Training
$0
Member Medical Student
$0
Nonmember-In-Training
$0
Nonmember Medical Student
$0
Infectious Diseases ABIM Recertification: Self-Evaluation of Medical Knowledge, IDSA Modules: General ID*
Pediatric Fellows’ Day Workshop

Date: Wednesday, Oct. 19 | Time: 8 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. ET

This interactive workshop will provide a review of one IDSA Maintenance of Certification (MOC) module and will allow attendees to earn points toward American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) recertification. The discussion will consist of a review of case-based questions and the right and wrong answers, accompanied by teaching slides. Following the workshop, attendees will upload suggested correct responses to the online IDSA MOC platform and earn ABIM credit.

The IDWeek 2021 Pediatric Fellows Day Workshop will now take place on Sept. 27 from 1 – 6:30 p.m. ET. Registered attendees will receive links to the Zoom call prior to Sept. 27.

Member
$350
Member Resident
NA
Nonmember
$450
Nonmember Resident
NA
Member-in-Training
NA
Member Medical Student
NA
Nonmember-In-Training
NA
Nonmember Medical Student
NA
Achieving Success and Scholarship as an Infectious Diseases Health Professions Educator Through Curriculum Development

Date: Wednesday, Oct. 19 | Time: 8 a.m. – noon ET

Development of effective infectious diseases health professions education curricula is critical to the success of our field of infectious diseases. Well-designed curricula allow the creator to remain focused on curricula goals, explore best teaching and assessment methods, and develop meaningful evaluation to determine if the intervention is successful. Well-designed and taught curricula in microbiology and infectious diseases also help recruit the best and brightest to the field. This workshop will provide attendees the opportunity to learn the core competencies for an ID Health Professions Educator and the significance of curriculum development in that role; describe the components of the Kern Model for Curriculum Design in Health Professions Education; and apply the Kern Model for Curriculum Design to the development of a health professions education project at your own institution.

The IDWeek 2021 Fellows Day Workshop will take place on our virtual platform on Sept. 28. The Case Presentations will be from 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. ET and the Career Breakout Sessions will take place from 3 – 5 p.m. ET. Registered attendees will receive links to the workshop prior to Sept. 28.

Member
$100
Member Resident
$100
Nonmember
$100
Nonmember Resident
$100
Member-in-Training
$100
Member Medical Student
$100
Nonmember-In-Training
$100
Nonmember Medical Student
$100
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