PRELIMINARY PROGRAM    A Joint Meeting of IDSA, SHEA, HIVMA, and PIDSIDWeek 2012TM is an exciting new venture. With the th...
Schedule-at-a-GlanceTuesday, October 16, 2012                                                                             ...
IDWeek is the scientific meeting for each partner organization                                   (IDSA, SHEA, HIVMA, and P...
IDWEEK 2012 TM                      2012 IDWeek Program Track                        Wednesday, October 17                ...
San Diego, CA • October 17 - 21, 2012                      2012 IDWeek Program Track                       10:30 a.m.-noon...
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San Diego, CA • October 17 - 21, 2012                       2012 IDWeek Program Track                         Wednesday, O...
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San Diego, CA • October 17 - 21, 2012PREMEETING WORKSHOPS (Additional Fees Apply)*Speaker information and updates to the p...
IDWEEK 2012 TMTuesday, October 16 continued                                                                              •...
San Diego, CA • October 17 - 21, 2012Wednesday, October 17 continued*Speaker information and updates to the program are av...
IDWeek: A Joint Meeting of IDSA, SHEA, HIVMA, and PIDS
IDWeek: A Joint Meeting of IDSA, SHEA, HIVMA, and PIDS
IDWeek: A Joint Meeting of IDSA, SHEA, HIVMA, and PIDS
IDWeek: A Joint Meeting of IDSA, SHEA, HIVMA, and PIDS
IDWeek: A Joint Meeting of IDSA, SHEA, HIVMA, and PIDS
IDWeek: A Joint Meeting of IDSA, SHEA, HIVMA, and PIDS
IDWeek: A Joint Meeting of IDSA, SHEA, HIVMA, and PIDS
IDWeek: A Joint Meeting of IDSA, SHEA, HIVMA, and PIDS
IDWeek: A Joint Meeting of IDSA, SHEA, HIVMA, and PIDS
IDWeek: A Joint Meeting of IDSA, SHEA, HIVMA, and PIDS
IDWeek: A Joint Meeting of IDSA, SHEA, HIVMA, and PIDS
IDWeek: A Joint Meeting of IDSA, SHEA, HIVMA, and PIDS
IDWeek: A Joint Meeting of IDSA, SHEA, HIVMA, and PIDS
IDWeek: A Joint Meeting of IDSA, SHEA, HIVMA, and PIDS
IDWeek: A Joint Meeting of IDSA, SHEA, HIVMA, and PIDS
IDWeek: A Joint Meeting of IDSA, SHEA, HIVMA, and PIDS
IDWeek: A Joint Meeting of IDSA, SHEA, HIVMA, and PIDS
IDWeek: A Joint Meeting of IDSA, SHEA, HIVMA, and PIDS
IDWeek: A Joint Meeting of IDSA, SHEA, HIVMA, and PIDS
IDWeek: A Joint Meeting of IDSA, SHEA, HIVMA, and PIDS
IDWeek: A Joint Meeting of IDSA, SHEA, HIVMA, and PIDS
IDWeek: A Joint Meeting of IDSA, SHEA, HIVMA, and PIDS
IDWeek: A Joint Meeting of IDSA, SHEA, HIVMA, and PIDS
IDWeek: A Joint Meeting of IDSA, SHEA, HIVMA, and PIDS
IDWeek: A Joint Meeting of IDSA, SHEA, HIVMA, and PIDS
IDWeek: A Joint Meeting of IDSA, SHEA, HIVMA, and PIDS
IDWeek: A Joint Meeting of IDSA, SHEA, HIVMA, and PIDS
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  1. 1. PRELIMINARY PROGRAM A Joint Meeting of IDSA, SHEA, HIVMA, and PIDSIDWeek 2012TM is an exciting new venture. With the theme—Advancing Science, ImprovingCare—IDWeek will feature the latest science and bench-to-bedside approaches inprevention, diagnosis, treatment, and epidemiology of infectious diseases, including HIV,across the lifespan. www.idweek.org
  2. 2. Schedule-at-a-GlanceTuesday, October 16, 2012   n Power Hour: New Requirements for American Board of Internal Medicine Maintenance of Certification in 2013: What ID Physi-PREMEETING WORKSHOPS – ADDITIONAL FEES APPLY cians Need to Know n Preparing for Infectious Disease Pandemics8 a.m. - 5 p.m. n Vincent T. Andriole ID Board Review Course   n Preventing Infections in Hemodialysis  n Best Practices in Antimicrobial Stewardship Programs   n Red Book Updates1 - 5 p.m. n IDSA Maintenance of Certification Workshop: Knowledge Self- Evaluation Module: HIV and General Infectious Diseases   n Transplant and Blood-Transmitted Infections6 - 8:30 p.m. n Infections in Older Adults (Open to Fellows-in-Training Only) 8:30 - 10 a.m. INTERACTIVE SESSION n Clinical Controversies in Infectious DiseasesWednesday, October 17, 2012   SYMPOSIA n Challenges and Opportunities in HIV PreventionPREMEETING WORKSHOPS – ADDITIONAL FEES APPLY   n Control Issues in Under-Resourced Settings8 a.m. - noon n Fellows’ Day Workshop   n Controversies in Employee Health: Vaccine, Colds, and Return-  n HCV Treatment Options: Opportunities for the ID Practice ing to Work  n IDSA Maintenance of Certification Knowledge Self-Evaluation   n Diagnostics: Gram Negative Rod Controversies Module: Vaccines and Infections in the Non-HIV Immunocompro- mised Host   n Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Regulation to Address Health- care-Associated Infection in Non-Acute Care Settings: The Era of  n NHSN Analytic Methods to Drive and Assess HAI Prevention State and Federal Mandates Practices  n Pediatric Fellows’ Day Workshop (Open to Fellows-in-Training   n Invasive Fungal Infections in Children Only)   n New Concepts in Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia  n STD Management in the HIV Care Setting n Vaccines 3.0  n TB Workshop   n Your Genome and Infections: What has the Genomic Revolution Provided for the ID Clinician?Wednesday, October 17, 2012 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Exhibits and PostersOFFICIAL MEETING BEGINS 10:45 a.m. - INTERACTIVE SESSION1:30 - 3:30 p.m. INTERACTIVE SESSION 12:15 p.m. n Evidence-Based Approach to the Diagnosis and Management n Challenging Cases in Pediatric Infectious Diseases of Infectious Syndromes Post-Transplantation  SYMPOSIA   SYMPOSIA n Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infections Outside the n Crime and Punishment: Are Punitive Measures Effective for Intensive Care Unit: New Challenges and Solutions Infection Prevention? n Clostridium difficile and Host Defense   n HIV and Hepatitis Co-Infection—Approaches to Care  n Environmental Hygiene and Infection Prevention   n Maternal Immunization—A New Paradigm  n Fungi and Mixed Infection 2 - 6 p.m. Posters  n Hand Hygiene, State-of-the-Art: Surveillance and Compliance 2 - 3:30 p.m. INTERACTIVE SESSION n Challenging Cases in Tropical Medicine  n Repurposing “Old Drugs” to Fight the Current Antimicrobial Resistance Crisis   SYMPOSIA n Cancer as an Infectious Disease  n What’s Hot in ID and HIV   n Fungi from the Environment4 - 6 p.m. PLENARY SESSION n Special Plenary Session   n Hot Topics in Pediatric Infectious Diseases Martin Blaser, MD, FIDSA; New York University School of Medi-   n Modeling Solutions for Transmission of Disease in Healthcare cine, New York, NY and Community Settings Robert Massie, M Div, DBA; JFK School of Government, Harvard n Post-Operative Spine Infection: Update on the CDC and IDSA University, Cambridge, MA Guidelines on Prevention, Diagnosis, and Management6 - 8 p.m. Opening Reception   n Today’s HIV Epidemic: Caring for Underserved PopulationsThursday, October 18, 2012   n Treatment of Emerging Resistant Bacterial Infections: Recent and Expected New Antibiotics7 - 8:15 a.m. MEET-THE-PROFESSOR SESSIONS n Anti-Infective Use in the Ambulatory Setting—Monitoring for   n Update on Clostridium difficile Infection: Epidemiology, Diagno- and Managing Toxicity and Drug Interactions sis, and Treatment  n Changes in Central Line-Associated Infections Reporting in 3:45 - 5:45 p.m. NAMED LECTURES 2013: Implications and Practice Change n Maxwell Finland  n Interferon Gamma Release Assay vs. Purified Protein Deriva- George H. McCracken, Jr., MD, FIDSA; University of Texas South- tive: What to Use? western, Dallas, TX n Edward H. Kass  n Leveraging Electronic Resources to Improve HIV Care Elaine L. Larson, PhD, RN, FIDSA, FSHEA; Columbia University n LTACs, LTCs, and Microbiologic Darwinism: Survival of the Most School of Nursing, New York, NY Resistant 2 visit: www.idweek.org
  3. 3. IDWeek is the scientific meeting for each partner organization (IDSA, SHEA, HIVMA, and PIDS).Friday, October 19, 2012   n Anaerobic Infection Update   n Automated Detection of HAIs Using Electronic Data Capture:7 - 8:15 a.m. MEET-THE-PROFESSOR SESSIONS How to Overcome Challenges to Reap the Rewards n Anti-Infective Use in the Inpatient Setting—Monitoring for and Managing Toxicity and Drug Interactions   n Beyond Bugs: The Microbiota and Human Susceptibility to Infection  n Antimicrobial Stewardship n Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infection  n Building HIV Expertise Through Tele-Learning   n Clostridium difficile Infection  n Changing Surveillance Strategies from Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia (VAP) to Ventilator-Associated Complications: New   n Disinfection and Sterilization Approach to National Healthcare Safety Network VAP Surveil-   n Outbreak Investigation and Management Across Healthcare lance in 2013 Settings  n Control of Multidrug-Resistant Gram Negative Rods   n Outpatient Parental Antimicrobial Therapy: The Current State  n Genetic Immunodeficiency in Adults and Children of Practice  n Global Health   n Preventing TB Transmission in Hospitals  n Hand Hygiene: New Technologies to Challenges in Behavior   n What Distinguishes a Publishable Manuscript? 8:30 - 10 a.m. INTERACTIVE SESSION  n Surgical Site Infection: Progress in Definitions, Surveillance, n Mycological Conundra and Prevention   SYMPOSIA  n Top 10 Papers in Transplant ID n Complex Medical Management of HIV  n Travel Medicine: An Update   n Emerging Zoonoses8:30 - 10 a.m. INTERACTIVE SESSION   n No Institution is an Island: Combating the Global Spread of n Thorny Issues in Infection Control Carbapenemase-Producing Enterobacteriaceae  SYMPOSIA   n Periodic Fever Syndromes: The New Era of Genetic Testing and n Developments in Sexually Transmitted Infections Treatments  n HIV, Women and Child Health   n The Need for Speed: Rapid Diagnostics and Improved Out-  n Hot Tropical Topics: Parasites, Bacteria and Viruses comes  n Past, Present, and Future of Pediatric Antimicrobial Stewardship 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Exhibits and Posters  n Reducing the Burden of Norovirus Disease: Progress in Diag- 10:30 a.m. - noon INTERACTIVE SESSION nostics and Prevention n HIV Interactive  n Tension Between Risks in Science and Needs in Public Health   SYMPOSIA n Critical Collaborations in Antimicrobial Stewardship, Infection n Update on Cytomegalovirus in Transplantation Control, and Diagnostic Microbiology10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Exhibits and Posters n Skipping Along with SCIP: Optimizing Interventions to Prevent Surgical Site Infections10:30 a.m. - noon INTERACTIVE SESSION n Laboratory Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases   n Unusual Presentations of Common Infections  SYMPOSIA 2 - 6 p.m. Posters n HIV State-of-the-Art 2 - 3:30 p.m. INTERACTIVE SESSION  n New Insights into Evaluating Healthcare-Associated Infections n Infectious Diseases Challenging Cases Interactive in the U.S.   SYMPOSIA n Vaccinating the Immunocompromised Host n Anti-Fungal Immunity and the Clinician: The Dawn of a New Era2 - 6 p.m. Posters   n Correlates of Protection Against Disease Caused by Virus Infection2 - 3:30 p.m. INTERACTIVE SESSION n Direct Acting Antivirals for HCV: State-of-the-Art   n How Can Mathematical Modeling be used to Understand Infec- tious Disease Epidemiology: From HAIs to Malaria  SYMPOSIA n Antimicrobial Stewardship and Infection Control Roles in Transi-   n Rethinking MRSA Epidemiology and Prevention tions of Care   n The Big Beasts of ID n Community-Acquired Pneumonia: Perspectives from Around   n The Landscape of Standards of HIV Care in Resource-Limited the Globe Settings  n Cytomegalovirus Prevention and Management 3:45 - 5:45 p.m. SYMPOSIUM n Improving the Grey Zones in Surveillance of Healthcare-  n Emerging Viral Infections in Transplant Patients Associated Infections  n Financing and Global HIV Treatment and Prevention Strategies 3:45 - 4:30 p.m. NAMED LECTURES  n Influenza Outbreaks in Institutional Settings n John F. Enders  n Vaccine-Preventable Healthcare-Associated Infections David Thomas, MD, FIDSA; Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD3:45 - 5:45 p.m. SYMPOSIUM 5 - 5:45 p.m. n Joseph E. Smadel n Planting the Flag: Innovations in ID Value in the Healthcare Diane V. Havlir, MD, FIDSA; University of California, San Fran- Reform Era cisco, San Francisco, CA3:45 - 4:15 p.m. SHEA LECTURESHIP William A. Rutala, MPH, PhD, FSHEA; University of North Sunday, October 21, 2012 Carolina School of Medicine, Chapel Hill, NC 8 - 10 a.m. CLOSING PLENARY SESSION4:15 - 5:45 p.m. SYMPOSIUM n Vaccine-Preventable Diseases: Optimizing Health Benefits n Top Epidemiology and Infection Control Papers of the Year Walter Orenstein, MD, FIDSA; Emory University, Atlanta, GASaturday, October 20, 2012 Janet A. Englund, MD, FIDSA; Seattle Children’s Hospital/Univer- sity of Washington, Seattle, WA7 - 8:15 a.m. MEET-THE-PROFESSOR SESSIONS Michael N. Oxman, MD, FIDSA; VA Medical Center, San Diego, CA n An Update on HIV Resistance Testing 3 visit: www.idweek.org
  4. 4. IDWEEK 2012 TM 2012 IDWeek Program Track Wednesday, October 17 Friday, October 19 AID 1:30-3:30 p.m. 7-8:15 a.m. Symposia Meet-the-Professor Sessions w Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infections Outside the Intensive Care Unit: w Anti-Infective Use in the Inpatient Setting—Monitoring for and Managing Toxicity and Adult ID Track New Challenges and Solutions  Drug Interactions  w Clostridium difficile and Host Defense  w Antimicrobial Stewardship   w Environmental Hygiene and Infection Prevention  w Changing Surveillance Strategies from VAP to VAC: New Approach to National w Fungi and Mixed Infection  Healthcare Safety Network VAP Surveillance in 2013  w Hand Hygiene, State-of-the-Art: Surveillance and Compliance  w Control of Multidrug-Resistant Gram Negative Rods  w Repurposing “Old Drugs” to Fight the Current Antimicrobial Resistance Crisis  w Genetic Immunodeficiency in Adults and Children  w What’s Hot in ID and HIV  w Surgical Site Infection: Progress in Definitions, Surveillance, and Prevention  4-6 p.m. w Top 10 Papers in Transplant ID   w Special Plenary Session  w Travel Medicine: An Update  8:30-10 a.m. Thursday, October 18 Interactive Session w Thorny Issues in Infection Control  7-8:15 a.m. Symposia Meet-the-Professor Sessions w Developments in Sexually Transmitted Infections  w Anti-Infective Use in the Ambulatory Setting—Monitoring for and Managing Toxicity w Hot Tropical Topics: Parasites, Bacteria, and Viruses  and Drug Interactions  w Reducing the Burden of Norovirus Disease: Progress in Diagnostics and Prevention  w Changes in Central Line-Associated Infections Reporting in 2013: Implications and w Tension Between Risks in Science and Needs in Public Health  Practice Change   w Update on Cytomegalovirus in Transplantation  w Interferon Gamma Release Assay vs. Purified Protein Derivative: What to Use?  10:30 a.m.-noon w LTACs, LTCs and Microbiologic Darwinism: Survival of the Most Resistant  Interactive Session w Power Hour: New Requirements for American Board of Internal Medicine Mainte- w Laboratory Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases  nance of Certification in 2013; What ID Physicians Need to Know  Symposia w Preparing for Infectious Disease Pandemics  w New Insights into Evaluating Healthcare-Associated Infections in the U.S.  w Preventing Infections In Hemodialysis   w Vaccinating the Immunocompromised Host  w Transplant and Blood-Transmitted Infections  2-3:30 p.m. 8:30-10 a.m. Interactive Session Interactive Session w Direct Acting Antivirals for HCV: State-of-the-Art  w Clinical Controversies in Infectious Diseases  Symposia Symposia w Antimicrobial Stewardship and Infection Control Roles in Transitions of Care  w Control Issues in Under-Resourced Settings   w Community-Acquired Pneumonia: Perspectives from Around the Globe   w Controversies in Employee Health: Vaccine, Colds, and Returning to Work   w Emerging Viral Infections in Transplant Patients  w Diagnostics: Gram Negative Rod Controversies  w Influenza Outbreaks in Institutional Settings  w Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Regulation to Address Healthcare-Associated w Vaccine-Preventable Healthcare-Associated Infections  Infection in Non-Acute Care Settings: the Era of State and Federal Mandates  w New Concepts in Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia  3:45-5:45 p.m. w Your Genome and Infections: What Has the Genomic Revolution Provided for the Symposium ID Clinician?  w Planting the Flag: Innovations in ID Value in the Health Care Reform Era  10:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m. 4:15-5:45 p.m. Interactive Session Symposium w Evidence-Based Approach to the Diagnosis and Management of Infectious Syn- w Top Epidemiology and Infection Control Papers of the Year  dromes Post-Transplantation  Symposia Saturday, October 20 w Crime and Punishment: Are Punitive Measures Effective for Infection Prevention?  w HIV and Hepatitis Co-Infection—Approaches to Care  7-8:15 a.m. w Maternal Immunization—A New Paradigm  Meet-the-Professor Sessions w Anaerobic Infection Update  2-3:30 p.m. w Beyond Bugs: The Microbiota and Human Susceptibility to Infection   Interactive SessionAdult ID Track w Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infection   w Challenging Cases in Tropical Medicine  w Clostridium difficile Infection   Symposia w Disinfection and Sterilization  w Cancer as an Infectious Disease: New Ideas  w Outbreak Investigation and Management Across Healthcare Settings   w Fungi from the Environment  w Outpatient Parenteral Antimicrobial Therapy: The Current State of Practice   w Modeling Solutions for Transmission of Disease in Healthcare and Community Set- w Preventing TB Transmission in Hospitals   tings  w What Distinguishes a Publishable Manuscript?  w Post-Operative Spine Infection: Update on the CDC and IDSA Guidelines on Prevention, Diagnosis, and Management  8:30-10 a.m. w Treatment of Emerging Resistant Bacterial Infections: Recent and Expected New Interactive Session Antibiotics  w Mycological Conundra  w Update on Clostridium difficile Infection: Epidemiology, Diagnosis, and Treatment  Symposia w Emerging Zoonoses  3:45-5:45 p.m. w No Institution is an Island: Combating the Global Spread of Carbapenemase-Produc- Named Lectures ing Enterobacteriaceae  w Maxwell Finland Lecture  w The Need for Speed: Rapid Diagnostics and Improved Outcomes  w Edward H. Kass Lecture  4 visit: www.idweek.org
  5. 5. San Diego, CA • October 17 - 21, 2012 2012 IDWeek Program Track 10:30 a.m.-noon 3:45-5:45 p.m. AID Symposia Named Lectures w Critical Collaborations in Antimicrobial Stewardship, Infection Control, and Diag- w John F. Enders Lecture  nostic Microbiology  w Joseph E. Smadel Lecture  w Skipping Along with SCIP—Optimizing Interventions to Prevent Surgical Site Symposium Adult ID Track Infections  w Improving the Grey Zones in Surveillance of Healthcare-Associated Infections  w Unusual Presentations of Common Infections  2-3:30 p.m. Sunday, October 21 Interactive Session w Infectious Diseases Challenging Cases Interactive  8-10 a.m. Symposia Closing Plenary Session w Anti-Fungal Immunity and the Clinician: The Dawn of a New Era  w Vaccine-Preventable Diseases: Optimizing Health Benefits  w Correlates of Protection Against Disease Caused by Virus Infection  w The Big Beasts of ID Adult ID Track 5 visit: www.idweek.org
  6. 6. IDWEEK 2012 TM 2012 IDWeek Program Track Wednesday, October 17 8:30-10 a.m. EIC Interactive Session 1:30-3:30 p.m. w Thorny Issues in Infection Control  Symposia Symposia w Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infections Outside the Intensive Care Unit: w Hot Tropical Topics: Parasites, Bacteria, and Viruses  EIC Track New Challenges and Solutions  w Past, Present, and Future of Pediatric Antimicrobial Stewardship  w Clostridium difficile and Host Defense  w Reducing the Burden of Norovirus Disease: Progress in Diagnostics and Prevention  w Environmental Hygiene and Infection Prevention  w Tension Between Risks in Science and Needs in Public Health  w Fungi and Mixed Infection  10:30 a.m.-noon w Hand Hygiene, State-of-the-Art: Surveillance and Compliance  Symposium w Repurposing “Old Drugs” to Fight the Current Antimicrobial Resistance Crisis  w New Insights into Evaluating Healthcare-Associated Infections in the U.S.  4-6 p.m. 2-3:30 p.m.Epidemiology and Infection Control Track w Special Plenary Session  Symposia w Antimicrobial Stewardship and Infection Control Roles in Transitions of Care  Thursday, October 18 w Community-Acquired Pneumonia: Perspectives from Around the Globe   w Emerging Viral Infections in Transplant Patients  7 a.m.-8:15 a.m. w Influenza Outbreaks in Institutional Settings  Meet-the-Professor Sessions w Vaccine-Preventable Healthcare-Associated Infections  w Anti-Infective Use in the Ambulatory Setting—Monitoring for and Managing Toxicity and Drug Interactions  3:45-4:15 p.m. w Changes in Central Line-Associated Infections Reporting in 2013: Implications SHEA Lectureship  and Practice Change   4:15-5:45 p.m. w Interferon Gamma Release Assay vs. Purified Protein Derivative: What to Use?  Symposium w LTACs, LTCs and Microbiologic Darwinism: Survival of the Most Resistant  w Top Epidemiology and Infection Control Papers of the Year  w Power Hour: New Requirements for American Board of Internal Medicine Mainte- nance of Certification in 2013; What ID Physicians Need to Know  w Preparing for Infectious Disease Pandemics  Saturday, October 20 w Preventing Infections In Hemodialysis   7-8:15 a.m. 8:30-10 a.m. Meet-the-Professor Sessions Interactive Session w Automated Detection of Healthcare-Associated Infections Using Electronic Data w Clinical Controversies in Infectious Diseases  Capture: How to Overcome Challenges to Reap the Rewards  Symposia w Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infection   w Control Issues in Under-Resourced Settings   w Clostridium difficile Infection   w Controversies in Employee Health: Vaccine, Colds, and Returning to Work   w Disinfection and Sterilization  w Diagnostics: Gram Negative Rod Controversies  w Outbreak Investigation and Management Across Healthcare Settings   w Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Regulation to Address Healthcare-Associated w Preventing TB Transmission in Hospitals   Infection in Non-Acute Care Settings: The Era of State and Federal Mandates  w What Distinguishes a Publishable Manuscript?  w Invasive Fungal Infections in Children  8:30-10 a.m. w New Concepts in Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia  Interactive Session 10:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m. w Mycological Conundra  Symposium Symposia w Crime and Punishment: Are Punitive Measures Effective for Infection Prevention?  w Emerging Zoonoses  w No Institution is an Island: Combating the Global Spread of Carbapenemase-Produc- 2-3:30 p.m. ing Enterobacteriaceae  Interactive Session w The Need for Speed: Rapid Diagnostics and Improved Outcomes  w Challenging Cases in Tropical Medicine  Symposia 10:30 a.m.-noon w Fungi from the Environment  Symposia w Modeling Solutions for Transmission of Disease in Healthcare and Community w Critical Collaborations in Antimicrobial Stewardship, Infection Control, and Diagnostic Settings  Microbiology  w Post-Operative Spine Infection: Update on the CDC and IDSA Guidelines on w Skipping Along with SCIP – Optimizing Interventions to Prevent Surgical Site Infec- ­­­ Prevention, Diagnosis, and Management  tions  w Update on Clostridium difficile Infection: Epidemiology, Diagnosis, and Treatment  2-3:30 p.m. 3:45-5:45 p.m. Interactive Session Named Lectures w Infectious Diseases Challenging Cases Interactive  w Maxwell Finland Lecture  Symposia w Edward H. Kass Lecture  w How Can Mathematical Modeling be used to Understand Infectious Disease Epidemi- ology: From HAIs to Malaria  w Rethinking MRSA Epidemiology and Prevention  Friday, October 19 3:45-5:45 p.m. 7-8:15 a.m. Named Lectures Meet-the-Professor Sessions w John F. Enders Lecture  w Anti-Infective Use in the Inpatient Setting—Monitoring for and Managing Toxicity w Joseph E. Smadel Lecture  and Drug Interactions  Symposium w Antimicrobial Stewardship   w Improving the Grey Zones in Surveillance of Healthcare-Associated Infections  w Changing Surveillance Strategies from VAP to VAC: New Approach to National Healthcare Safety Network VAP Surveillance in 2013  w Control of Multidrug-Resistant Gram Negative Rods  Sunday, October 21 w Hand Hygiene: New Technologies and Challenges in Behavior  8-10 a.m. w Surgical Site Infection: Progress in Definitions, Surveillance, and Prevention  Closing Plenary Session w Travel Medicine: An Update  w Vaccine-Preventable Diseases: Optimizing Health Benefits  6 visit: www.idweek.org
  7. 7. San Diego, CA • October 17 - 21, 2012 2012 IDWeek Program Track Wednesday, October 17 Saturday, October 20 GID 1:30-3:30 p.m. 7-8:15 a.m. Symposia Meet-the-Professor Session Global ID Track w Clostridium difficile and Host Defense  w What Distinguishes a Publishable Manuscript?  w Fungi and Mixed Infection  8:30-10 a.m. w Repurposing “Old Drugs” to Fight the Current Antimicrobial Resistance Crisis  Symposia 4-6 p.m. w Emerging Zoonoses  w Special Plenary Session  w No Institution is an Island: Combating the Global Spread of Carbapenemase-Produc- ing Enterobacteriaceae  Thursday, October 18 10:30 a.m.-noon 7-8:15 a.m. Symposium w Critical Collaborations in Antimicrobial Stewardship, Infection Control, and Diagnostic Meet-the-Professor Session w Anti-Infective Use in the Ambulatory Setting—Monitoring for and Managing Toxicity Microbiology  and Drug Interactions  2-3:30 p.m. 8:30-10 a.m. Interactive Session w Infectious Diseases Challenging Cases Interactive  Symposia w Challenges and Opportunities in HIV Prevention  Symposia w How Can Mathematical Modeling be used to Understand Infectious Disease Epidemi- w Control Issues in Under-Resourced Settings   w Diagnostics: Gram Negative Rod Controversies  ology: From HAIs to Malaria  w Rethinking MRSA Epidemiology and Prevention  w Vaccines 3.0  w The Landscape of Standards of HIV Care in Resource-Limited Settings  2-3:30 p.m. Interactive Session 3:45-5:45 p.m. w Challenging Cases in Tropical Medicine  Named Lectures w John F. Enders Lecture  Symposia w Joseph E. Smadel Lecture  w Cancer as an Infectious Disease: New Ideas  w Modeling Solutions for Transmission of Disease in Healthcare and Community Settings  Sunday, October 21 3:45-5:45 p.m. 8-10 a.m. Named Lectures Closing Plenary Session w Maxwell Finland Lecture  w Vaccine-Preventable Diseases: Optimizing Health Benefits  w Edward H. Kass Lecture  Friday, October 19 7-8:15 a.m. Meet-the-Professor Sessions w Anti-Infective Use in the Inpatient Setting—Monitoring for and Managing Toxicity and Drug Interactions  w Global Health  w Travel Medicine: An Update  8:30-10 a.m. Interactive Session w Thorny Issues in Infection Control  Symposia w HIV, Women and Child Health  w Hot Tropical Topics: Parasites, Bacteria, and Viruses  w Tension Between Risks in Science and Needs in Public Health  2-3:30 p.m.Global ID Track Symposia w Antimicrobial Stewardship and Infection Control Roles in Transitions of Care  w Community-Acquired Pneumonia: Perspectives from Around the Globe   w Financing and Global HIV Treatment and Prevention Strategies  w Influenza Outbreaks in Institutional Settings  7 visit: www.idweek.org
  8. 8. IDWEEK 2012 TM 2012 IDWeek Program Track Wednesday, October 17 Saturday, October 20 HIV 1:30-3:30 p.m. 7-8:15 a.m. Symposia Meet-the-Professor Sessions w Clostridium difficile and Host Defense  w An Update on HIV Resistance Testing  HIV-STD-TB Track w Fungi and Mixed Infection  w What Distinguishes a Publishable Manuscript?  w Repurposing “Old Drugs” to Fight the Current Antimicrobial Resistance Crisis  8:30-10 a.m. w What’s Hot in ID and HIV  Symposium 4-6 p.m. w Complex Medical Management of HIV  w Special Plenary Session  10:30 a.m.-noon Interactive Session Thursday, October 18 w HIV Interactive  7-8:15 a.m. Symposium w Critical Collaborations in Antimicrobial Stewardship, Infection Control, and Diagnostic Meet-the-Professor Sessions w Anti-Infective Use in the Ambulatory Setting—Monitoring for and Managing Toxicity Microbiology  and Drug Interactions  2-3:30 p.m. w Leveraging Electronic Resources to Improve HIV Care   Interactive Session w Power Hour: New Requirements for American Board of Internal Medicine Mainte- w Infectious Diseases Challenging Cases Interactive  nance of Certification in 2013: What ID Physicians Need to Know  Symposia w Anti-Fungal Immunity and the Clinician: The Dawn of a New Era  8:30-10 a.m. w The Landscape of Standards of HIV Care in Resource-Limited Settings  Interactive Session w Clinical Controversies in Infectious Diseases  3:45-5:45 p.m. Symposia Named Lectures w Challenges and Opportunities in HIV Prevention  w John F. Enders Lecture  w Control Issues in Under-Resourced Settings   w Joseph E. Smadel Lecture  w Your Genome and Infections: What Has the Genomic Revolution Provided for the ID Clinician?  Sunday, October 21 10:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m. 8-10 a.m. Symposium Closing Plenary Session w HIV and Hepatitis Co-Infection—Approaches to Care  w Vaccine-Preventable Diseases: Optimizing Health Benefits  2-3:30 p.m. Symposia w Cancer as an Infectious Disease: New Ideas  w Today’s HIV Epidemic: Caring for Underserved Populations   3:45-4:45 p.m. Named Lectures w Maxwell Finland Lecture  w Edward H. Kass Lecture  Friday, October 19 7-8:15 a.m. Meet-the-Professor Session w Anti-Infective Use in the Inpatient Setting—Monitoring for and Managing Toxicity and Drug Interactions HIV-STD-TB Track w Building HIV Expertise Through Tele-Learning   8:30-10 a.m. Symposia w Developments in Sexually Transmitted Infections  w HIV, Women and Child Health  10:30 a.m.-noon Symposia w HIV State-of-the-Art  w Vaccinating the Immunocompromised Host  2-3:30 p.m. Interactive Session w Direct Acting Antivirals for HCV: State-of-the-Art  Symposia w Antimicrobial Stewardship and Infection Control Roles in Transitions of Care  w Financing and Global HIV Treatment and Prevention Strategies  8 visit: www.idweek.org
  9. 9. San Diego, CA • October 17 - 21, 2012 2012 IDWeek Program Track 10:30 a.m.-noon INV Wednesday, October 17 Symposium w New Insights into Evaluating Healthcare-Associated Infections in the U.S.  1:30-3:30 p.m. 2-3:30 p.m. Investigative ID Track Symposia w Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infections Outside the Intensive Care Unit: Symposia w Antimicrobial Stewardship and Infection Control Roles in Transitions of Care  New Challenges and Solutions  w Vaccine-Preventable Healthcare-Associated Infections  w Clostridium difficile and Host Defense  w Environmental Hygiene and Infection Prevention  4:15-5:45 p.m. w Fungi and Mixed Infection  Symposium w Repurposing “Old Drugs” to Fight the Current Antimicrobial Resistance Crisis  w Top Epidemiology and Infection Control Papers of the Year  w What’s Hot in ID and HIV  4-6 p.m. Saturday, October 20 w Special Plenary Session  7-8:15 a.m. Meet-the-Professor Sessions Thursday, October 18 w Automated Detection of Healthcare-Associated Infections Using Electronic Data 7-8:15 a.m. Capture: How to Overcome Challenges to Reap the Rewards  w Beyond Bugs: The Microbiota and Human Susceptibility to Infection   Meet-the-Professor Sessions w What Distinguishes a Publishable Manuscript?  w Anti-Infective Use in the Ambulatory Setting—Monitoring for and Managing Toxicity and Drug Interactions  8:30-10 a.m. w Changes in Central Line-Associated Infections Reporting in 2013: Implications Symposium and Practice Change   w Emerging Zoonoses  w Interferon Gamma Release Assay vs. Purified Protein Derivative: What to Use?  10:30 a.m.-noon 8:30-10 a.m. Symposium Symposia w Critical Collaborations in Antimicrobial Stewardship, Infection Control, and Diagnostic w Vaccines 3.0  Microbiology  w Your Genome and Infections: What Has the Genomic Revolution Provided for the 2-3:30 p.m. ID Clinician?  Interactive Session 2-3:30 p.m. w Infectious Diseases Challenging Cases Interactive  Interactive Session Symposia w Challenging Cases in Tropical Medicine  w Anti-Fungal Immunity and the Clinician: The Dawn of a New Era  Symposia w Correlates of Protection Against Disease Caused by Virus Infection  w Cancer as an Infectious Disease: New Ideas  w How Can Mathematical Modeling be used to Understand Infectious Disease Epidemi- w Fungi from the Environment  ology: From HAIs to Malaria  w Modeling Solutions for Transmission of Disease in Healthcare and Community w Rethinking MRSA Epidemiology and Prevention  Settings  3:45-5:45 p.m. w Post-Operative Spine Infection: Update on the CDC and IDSA Guidelines on Named Lectures Prevention, Diagnosis, and Management  w John F. Enders Lecture  3:45-5:45 p.m. w Joseph E. Smadel Lecture  Named Lectures SymposiumInvestigative ID Track w Maxwell Finland Lecture  w Improving the Grey Zones in Surveillance of Healthcare-Associated Infections  w Edward H. Kass Lecture  Sunday, October 21 Friday, October 19 8-10 a.m. 7-8:15 a.m. Closing Plenary Session Meet-the-Professor Sessions w Vaccine-Preventable Diseases: Optimizing Health Benefits  w Anti-Infective Use in the Inpatient Setting—Monitoring for and Managing Toxicity and Drug Interactions  w Changing Surveillance Strategies from VAP to VAC: New Approach to National Healthcare Safety Network VAP Surveillance in 2013  w Genetic Immunodeficiency in Adults and Children  8:30-10 a.m. Symposia w Hot Tropical Topics: Parasites, Bacteria, and Viruses  w Reducing the Burden of Norovirus Disease: Progress in Diagnostics and Preven- tion  w Tension Between Risks in Science and Needs in Public Health  9 visit: www.idweek.org
  10. 10. IDWEEK 2012 TM 2012 IDWeek Program Track Wednesday, October 17 8:30-10 a.m. PID Interactive Session 1:30-3:30 p.m. w Thorny Issues in Infection Control  Interactive Session Symposia w Challenging Cases in Pediatric Infectious Diseases  w Developments in Sexually Transmitted Infections  Pediatric ID Track Symposia w HIV, Women and Child Health  w Clostridium difficile and Host Defense  w Hot Tropical Topics: Parasites, Bacteria, and Viruses  w Fungi and Mixed Infection  w Past, Present, and Future of Pediatric Antimicrobial Stewardship  w Repurposing “Old Drugs” to Fight the Current Antimicrobial Resistance Crisis  w Reducing the Burden of Norovirus Disease: Progress in Diagnostics and Prevention  w Tension Between Risks in Science and Needs in Public Health  4-6 p.m. w Update on Cytomegalovirus in Transplantation  w Special Plenary Session  10:30 a.m.-noon Thursday, October 18 Interactive Session w Laboratory Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases  7-8:15 a.m. Symposia Meet-the-Professor Sessions w New Insights into Evaluating Healthcare-Associated Infections in the U.S.  w Anti-Infective Use in the Ambulatory Setting—Monitoring for and Managing w Vaccinating the Immunocompromised Host  Toxicity and Drug Interactions  2-3:30 p.m. w Changes in Central Line-Associated Infections Reporting in 2013: Implications Symposia and Practice Change   w Antimicrobial Stewardship and Infection Control Roles in Transitions of Care  w Preventing Infections In Hemodialysis   w Community-Acquired Pneumonia: Perspectives from Around the Globe   w Red Book Updates  w Cytomegalovirus Prevention and Management  w Transplant and Blood-Transmitted Infections  w Emerging Viral Infections in Transplant Patients  8:30-10 a.m. w Influenza Outbreaks in Institutional Settings  Symposia w Vaccine-Preventable Healthcare-Associated Infections  w Diagnostics: Gram Negative Rod Controversies  4:15-5:45 p.m. w Invasive Fungal Infections in Children  Symposium w New Concepts in Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia  w Top Epidemiology and Infection Control Papers of the Year  w Vaccines 3.0  w Your Genome and Infections: What Has the Genomic Revolution Provided for the ID Clinician?  Saturday, October 20 10:45-12:15 p.m. 7-8:15 a.m. Interactive Session Meet-the-Professor Sessions w Evidence-Based Approach to the Diagnosis and Management of Infectious w Anaerobic Infection Update  Syndromes Post-Transplantation  w Beyond Bugs: The Microbiota and Human Susceptibility to Infection   Symposia w Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infection   w Crime and Punishment: Are Punitive Measures Effective for Infection Prevention?  w Disinfection and Sterilization  w Maternal Immunization—A New Paradigm  w What Distinguishes a Publishable Manuscript?  2-3:30 p.m. 8:30-10 a.m. Interactive Session Interactive Session w Challenging Cases in Tropical Medicine  w Mycological Conundra  Symposia Symposia w Cancer as an Infectious Disease: New Ideas  w Emerging Zoonoses  w Fungi from the Environment  w Periodic Fever Syndromes: The New Era of Genetic Testing and Treatments  w Hot Topics in Pediatric Infectious Diseases  w The Need for Speed: Rapid Diagnostics and Improved Outcomes  w Post-Operative Spine Infection: Update on the CDC and IDSA Guidelines on 10:30 a.m.-12 noonPediatric ID Track Prevention, Diagnosis, and Management  Symposia w Update on Clostridium difficile Infection: Epidemiology, Diagnosis, and Treatment  w Critical Collaborations in Antimicrobial Stewardship, Infection Control, and Diagnostic 3:45-5:45 p.m. Microbiology  Named Lectures w Unusual Presentations of Common Infections  w Maxwell Finland Lecture  2-3:30 p.m. w Edward H. Kass Lecture  Interactive Session w Infectious Diseases Challenging Cases Interactive  Friday, October 19 Symposia w Anti-Fungal Immunity and the Clinician: The Dawn of a New Era  7-8:15 a.m. w Correlates of Protection Against Disease Caused by Virus Infection  Meet-the-Professor Sessions w Anti-Infective Use in the Inpatient Setting—Monitoring for and Managing Toxicity 3:45-5:45 p.m. and Drug Interactions  Named Lectures w Antimicrobial Stewardship   w John F. Enders Lecture  w Changing Surveillance Strategies from VAP to VAC: New Approach to National w Joseph E. Smadel Lecture  Healthcare Safety Network VAP Surveillance in 2013  Symposium w Global Health  w Improving the Grey Zones in Surveillance of Healthcare-Associated Infections  w Genetic Immunodeficiency in Adults and Children  w Surgical Site Infection: Progress in Definitions, Surveillance, and Prevention  Sunday, October 21 w Top 10 Papers in Transplant ID   w Travel Medicine: An Update  8-10 a.m. Closing Plenary Session w Vaccine-Preventable Diseases: Optimizing Health Benefits  10 visit: www.idweek.org
  11. 11. San Diego, CA • October 17 - 21, 2012PREMEETING WORKSHOPS (Additional Fees Apply)*Speaker information and updates to the program are available on the Interactive Program Planner at www.idweek.org. • review and apply strategies for implementing process and Tuesday, October 16, 2012 outcomes measures • apply antimicrobial stewardship interventions for uniqueAdult ID / Epidemiology and Infection Control / Global ID / HIV / populations, including outpatient settings, neonates, andInvestigative ID / Pediatric ID pediatric populationsPremeeting Workshop • critically assess available data, including pharmacy andVincent T. Andriole ID Board Review Course microbiology data, and the informatics strategies needed toTuesday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. support antimicrobial stewardship in their institutionsObjectives: At the conclusion of the course, attendees will be able to: Intended Audience: academicians, epidemiologists, hospital• discuss and apply updated information on diagnosis and epidemiologists, infection preventionists, infectious diseases treatment of sexually transmitted diseases pediatricians, infectious diseases physicians, microbiologists,• summarize and apply latest treatments for Central Nervous pharmacists, and healthcare stewardship providers who desire System infections: meningitis and encephalitis to create, implement, or improve antimicrobial stewardship• discuss and apply updated information on diagnosis and programs for their healthcare institutions. Individuals representing treatment of bone and joint infections community-based hospitals are particularly targeted for this activity;• discuss the most current diseases of travelers and apply updates to however, individuals representing all sizes of institutions will find patient care the content relevant to their needs.• evaluate components of effective antimicrobial stewardship programs and implement interventions in healthcare settings Adult ID / Epidemiology and Infection Control / Global ID / HIV• apply antimicrobial stewardship interventions for unique Premeeting Workshop populations, including outpatient settings, neonates, and IDSA Maintenance of Certification Workshop: pediatric populations Knowledge Self-Evaluation Module: HIV and• critically assess available data, including pharmacy and General Infectious Diseases microbiology data, and the informatics strategies needed to Co-organized with the Wake Forest University School of Medicine support antimicrobial stewardship in healthcare settings Tuesday, 1 - 5 p.m.• determine best treatments for transplant infections• discuss current information on diagnosing and treating fungal Objectives: This interactive workshop will provide a review of two infections 25-question IDSA Maintenance of Certification (MOC) modules• assess and apply current trends in HIV care and will allow attendees to earn 20 points toward American Board• assess and apply current information regarding diagnosis and of Internal Medicine (ABIM) recertification. The discussion treatment of endocarditis will consist of a review of each question and the correct answers,• assess causes and devise effective management of diarrhea accompanied by teaching slides. Following the workshop, attendees• discuss the causes and treatment modalities of zoonotic infections can upload the suggested correct responses to the online IDSA MOC platform and earn ABIM credit. In addition, a 15-minuteIntended Audience: fellows-in-training, infectious diseases presentation will provide an overview of the ABIM MOC processpediatricians, infectious diseases physicians. for ID board recertification. At the conclusion of this session, which includes the 2010 General ID and HIV MOC modules, attendeesAdult ID / Epidemiology and Infection Control / Investigative ID / will be able to:Pediatric ID • discuss evidence supporting answer choices in 25 ID and 25 HIVPremeeting Workshop case scenariosBest Practices in Antimicrobial Stewardship • apply updated information to the management of commonPrograms infectious diseases and HIVCo-organized with the Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of • summarize new treatment and diagnostic strategies in commonAmerica (SHEA) and Pediatric Infectious Diseases Society (PIDS) in infectious diseases and HIV issuescollaboration with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Intended Audience: academicians, clinicians, epidemiologists,Tuesday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. fellows-in-training, healthcare workers, HIV clinicians, HIVObjectives: At the conclusion of this workshop, participants will be specialists, hospital administrators, hospital epidemiologists,able to: infectious diseases pediatricians, infectious diseases physicians,• evaluate components of effective antimicrobial stewardship pharmacists, public health practitioners. programs and implement interventions in their healthcare settings 11 visit: www.idweek.org
  12. 12. IDWEEK 2012 TMTuesday, October 16 continued • list the treatment success/failure ratesAdult ID / Epidemiology and Infection Control / Global ID / HIV / • analyze the therapy costs and insurance challengesInvestigative ID / Pediatric ID • develop a working knowledge of the practice infrastructurePremeeting Workshop necessary to treat these patientsInfections in Older Adults(Open to fellows-in-training only) Intended Audience: clinicians, fellows, fellows-in-training, HIVTuesday, 6 - 8:30 p.m. clinicians, infectious diseases physicians.Objectives: At the conclusion of this program, attendees will be Adult ID / Epidemiology and Infection Control / Global ID / HIVable to: Premeeting Workshop• discuss concepts, principles and approaches to infections in older adults IDSA Maintenance of Certification Knowledge Self-• diagnose and manage Clostridium difficile infection in older Evaluation Module: Vaccines and Infections in the adults Non-HIV Immunocompromised Host• identify multidrug Gram negative resistance and the role of Co-organized with the Wake Forest University School of Medicine alternate healthcare systems Wednesday, 8 a.m. - noon• utilize antibiotic stewardship in long-term acute care settings• implement vaccination in older adults Objectives: This interactive workshop will provide a review of two 25-question IDSA Maintenance of Certification (MOC) modulesIntended Audience: fellows-in-training and will allow attendees to earn 20 points toward American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) recertification. The discussion will consist of a review of each question and the correct answers, Wednesday, October 17, 2012 accompanied by teaching slides. Following the workshop, attendees can upload the suggested correct responses to the online IDSAAdult ID / Epidemiology and Infection Control / Global ID / MOC platform and earn ABIM credit. In addition, a 15-minuteInvestigative ID / HIV / Pediatric ID presentation will provide an overview of the ABIM maintenance of certification process for ID board recertification. At the conclusionPremeeting Workshop of this session, which includes new 2012 modules, attendees will beFellows’ Day Workshop able to:(Open to fellows-in-training only) • discuss evidence supporting answer choices in 25 Adult VaccineCo-organized with the IDSA ID Training Program Directors’ and 25 Infections in the Non-HIV Immunocompromised HostCommittee case scenariosWednesday, 8 a.m. - noon • apply updated information to the utilization of adult vaccines and the management of infections in the immunocompromisedObjectives: At the conclusion of this session, fellows will be able hostto: • summarize new treatment and diagnostic strategies in the• identify opportunities in international health leadership roles and immuncompromised host careers• describe the legal aspects encountered in ID practice Intended Audience: academicians, clinicians, epidemiologists,• manage billing and coding issues fellows, fellows-in-training, HIV clinicians, HIV specialists,• advocate for your patients hospital administrators, hospital epidemiologists, infectious diseases pediatricians, infectious diseases physicians, pharmacists, publicIntended Audience: fellows-in-training. health practitionersAdult ID Epidemiology and Infection ControlPremeeting Workshop Premeeting WorkshopHCV Treatment Options: Opportunities for the ID NHSN Analytic Methods to Drive and Assess HAIPractice Prevention PracticesCo-organized with the IDSA Clinical Affairs Committee Co-organized with the Centers for Disease Control and PreventionWednesday, 8 a.m. - noon Wednesday, 8 a.m. - noonObjectives: At the conclusion of this program attendees will be able Objectives: This workshop will provide users of the Nationalto: Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN) with hands-on experience• discuss the benefits and risks of new hepatitis C (HCV) therapies to improve skills with the analysis capabilities of the NHSN to various patient populations web-based system. Participants will use their own laptops and a demonstration copy of NHSN to be guided through exercises, such 12 visit: www.idweek.org
  13. 13. San Diego, CA • October 17 - 21, 2012Wednesday, October 17 continued*Speaker information and updates to the program are available on the Interactive Program Planner at www.idweek.org.as using subsetting data, setting limits on control charts, creating • counsel patients more effectively about preventionoutput report sets, exporting data sets, and interpreting results. At • improve detection and management of STDsthe conclusion of this workshop, participants will be able to:• apply NHSN analytical functions to case-scenarios to illustrate Intended Audience: academicians, clinicians, epidemiologists, analysis features and identify problems within a reporting facility fellows-in-training, healthcare workers, HIV clinicians, HIV• identify longitudinal analysis features of NHSN that will specialists, infectious diseases physicians, investigators, nurses, enhance understanding of the data, including use of a statistical pharmacists, public health practitioners, researchers, scientists. calculator and control charts• explain how various metrics obtained from NHSN can be Adult ID / Global ID / HIV / Pediatric ID interpreted Premeeting WorkshopIntended Audience: infectious diseases physicians. TB Workshop Co-organized with the Center for Global Health Policy Wednesday, 8 a.m. – noonPediatric IDPremeeting Workshop Objectives: At the conclusion of this workshop, participants will bePediatric Fellows’ Day Workshop able to:(Open to fellows-in-training only) • review the pipeline of new drugs and recent or ongoing studies ofCo-organized with the Pediatric Infectious Diseases Society (PIDS) and new strategies for treating active TBthe PIDS Training Programs Committee • provide updated recommendations for preventing, diagnosing,Wednesday, 8 a.m. - noon and treating mycobacterial infections in the setting of TNF- inhibitors or other immuno-modulating agentsObjectives: At the conclusion of this workshop, participants will be • review the latest data about what programmatic interventions areable to: effective in high burden settings• discuss challenging infectious disease cases and approaches to • provide alternative viewpoints for whether targeted versus patient management generalized adoption of interferon-gamma release assay for• highlight career opportunities and pathways to achieve diagnosis of TB infection is most cost effective professional goals • review successful strategies for treating multidrug-resistant TB in• review issues related to promotion in academic centers and the the U.S. importance of building a national reputation in your field Intended Audience: academicians, clinicians, epidemiologists,Intended Audience: fellows-in-training. fellows, fellows-in-training, health practitioners, healthcare workers, HIV clinicians, HIV specialists, hospital epidemiologists, infectionAdult ID / HIV / Investigative ID preventionists, infectious diseases pediatricians, infectious diseases physicians, investigators, microbiologists, pharmacists, publicPremeeting Workshop nurses, researchers, scientists.STD Management in the HIV Care SettingCo-organized with the National Network of STD/HIV PreventionTraining Centers (NNPTC)Wednesday, 8 a.m. - noonObjectives: At the conclusion of this session, participants will beable to:• discuss strategies for managing and preventing STDs• incorporate knowledge gained into practice 13 visit: www.idweek.org

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