Call For Speakers Is Now Open
The 2021 APIC Annual Conference Committee invites you to submit a presentation proposal for the APIC 2021 Annual Conference, that will be held June 28-30 in Austin, Texas. The conference will provide an outstanding mix of educational workshops and presentations to showcase new ideas and evidence-based practices in infection prevention and epidemiology. Educate your peers and contribute to the field by submitting a presentation proposal for consideration.
Join us in Austin, Texas
Conference At A Glance
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June 27 (Preconference)
During this unprecedented time, the health and well-being of our attendees, sponsors, exhibitors, and staff are vital. We are continuing to monitor the potential impact COVID-19 may have on face-to-face events. We are working closely with our various partners to ensure we are providing a safe environment. Click here to learn more about what the city of Austin is doing.
Additionally, the Austin Convention Center Department (ACCD) has increased cleaning activity as visitor and employee safety is a primary concern and assuring a healthy place to convene and work is their goal. The ACCD is in contact with Austin Public Health who is monitoring the situation in coordination with the Texas Department of State Health Services, CDC, local and regional public health and healthcare agencies. Please click here to learn more about what the Austin Convention Center is doing to ensure the safety of its meeting attendees.
The educational sessions at APIC 2021 cover key competencies that every IP needs, with topics that range from the fundamental learning necessary to advance patient safety in your facility, to the strategic and thought-provoking ideas that will take your career to the next level. Divided by session types, this overview allows you to craft a curriculum that suits your needs, no matter your experience, or your facility.
About the Sessions
Sessions are divided into learning tracks to help attendees understand the core competencies covered. Tracks include:
- Antimicrobial and Diagnostic Stewardship
- Disinfection and Sterilization
- Education, Training and Competencies
- Emergency Preparedness
- Environment of Care
- Implementation Science and Research
- Information Technology and Surveillance
- Leadership and Professional Development
- Occupational Health
- Public Health and Health Policy
- Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement
These hour-long sessions provide IPs at every stage of their career with the tools, resources, and ideas that are essential to successful IPC.
These half-hour sessions provide an overview of key topics in IPC. Programmed with two sessions per hour per room, you’ll maximize your time in these highly-focused sessions.
Take a deeper dive into the most pressing issues facing IPs today in these interactive, longer-format learning opportunities.
Future Locations of APIC’s Annual Conference
Indiana Convention Center & Lucas Oil Stadium
June 13 -15, 2022
Orange County Convention Center
June 26 – 28, 2023
San Antonio, Texas
Henry B. Gonzales Convention Center
June 12 – 14, 2024
Phoenix Convention Center
June 16 – 18, 2025