IDSA calls on Congress to pass the PREVENT Pandemics Act this year to ensure the nation is better equipped to mount robust, equitable and cost-effective responses to future outbreaks.
Given the anticipated increase in COVID-19 and influenza cases this fall and winter, America’s healthcare professional organizations are coming together to remind the public of the importance of vaccinations and early treatment.
IDSA calls on Congress to pass the PASTEUR Act to help address antimicrobial resistance.
These experts safeguard America’s health, including helping the nation recover from COVID-19, address RSV, and prevent polio, flu and monkeypox, among other conditions.
Diagnostic stewardship is more effective than antibiotic stewardship at reducing unnecessary antibiotic use for patients treated for urinary tract infections who have asymptomatic bacteriuria, according to research presented at IDWeek.
The life expectancy of non-Hispanic Black men who have sex with men and who acquire HIV is 6.3 years shorter than their White counterparts when receiving status quo HIV care in the United States, according to simulation modeling findings presented at IDWeek.
A bivalent mRNA booster vaccine targeting the Omicron BA.1 variant of COVID-19 produces a significantly higher antibody response compared to the original vaccine with no new safety concerns, according to research presented at IDWeek.
Chickenpox cases have decreased 97% since the United States began vaccinating all children against the disease in 1995, according to research presented at IDWeek.
COVID-19 is associated with reported long-term effects on the physical fitness of U.S. military members.
The Infectious Diseases Society of America is honoring 12 of its members who are leaders in the field at IDWeek 2022. IDSA recognizes the following for excellence in the field of infectious diseases.
The Infectious Diseases Society of America is pleased to announce Carlos del Rio, MD, FIDSA, as the Society’s new president beginning Oct. 24.
IDSA urges everyone who is eligible to get boosted now as COVID-19 cases increase in Europe and other parts of the world — a sign that a surge could happen in the United States.