All live sessions will take place according to Central European Time (CET). Please note, many countries will change their clocks on Sunday, 25 October.

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Welcome to the #ESPID2020
Virtual Meeting

In these recent times of uncertainty, we still believed in the communal importance of the ESPID Annual Meeting and its ability to bring together international infectious diseases experts, thousands of clinicians, researchers, residents, and students. Further, we wanted to look to transform this COVID crisis into a new opportunity, one that would open a wide and ongoing discussion on our collective local and national experiences and challenges, with positive effects reaching beyond the meeting.

Out of this, we transformed ESPID 2020 into a fully virtual meeting and we are excited to welcome you and over 3000 international colleagues from over 100 countries to this paediatric infectious diseases conference, dedicated to you and improving child health.

We are now here together for 4 days, online.
Be ready to be inspired!

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YOU CAN STILL JOIN YOUR COLLEAGUES ONLINE

Members EUR150 | Students/Nurses EUR50 (other rates start from EUR200)

Your Guide to the Virtual Meeting

  • Watch all the sessions you are interested in – live or recorded
  • Earn up to 31 CME credits by visiting all relevant lectures
  • Browse the research presentations and e-posters, and discuss them with their authors
  • Ask your questions and interact live with the PID experts, international colleagues, and industry representatives
  • Network in the exhibition to win prizes, and enter the #ESPIDanywhere photo contest, PLUS so much more!

AS A BONUS: All sessions will be available on demand, to registered participants, for up to 3 months following the Virtual Meeting.

ESPID 2019 In Numbers

agreed that the Meeting improved their professional performance and will make changes to their practice

would recommend the ESPID Meeting to others

agreed that ESPID enhances opportunities for future collaboration between groups of young researchers

agreed that ESPID indicated the latest developments and challenges about vaccines

would attend an ESPID Meeting again

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