Why Attend

ESPID 2020 will bring together the most prominent researchers in the field of paediatric infectious diseases, immunology and epidemiology, to fill in the gaps between these disciplines in a relaxed atmosphere.

In the meantime, check out the ESPID Podcast Series and the Free Webcasts from Ljubljana 2019.

ESPID 2020, Kenes group, congresses, pediatric infectious diseases

Vaccines are a focus topic at the ESPID meeting. We will provide the latest science in the field, the hottest clinical trials and provide practical advice on:
– Rationale behind vaccine recommendations
– Contingencies encountered in everyday practice
– How to address concerns about vaccines

ESPID 2020, Kenes group, congresses, pediatric infectious diseases

Take the opportunity to meet the PID thought leaders at their lectures, hands-on workshops and joint symposia. Hear their findings, ask them questions, share your experience and get their invaluable feedback!

The leaders want you to introduce yourself to them, so do so.

ESPID 2020, Kenes group, congresses, pediatric infectious diseases

Spend time with colleagues from all over the world, to share experiences and exchange ideas for developing better practices in the field of PID.

ESPID 2020, Kenes group, congresses, pediatric infectious diseases

Present your research and cases to other Paediatric Infectious Diseases specialists to get feedback, new ideas and recognition, and make a name for yourself in the field.

ESPID believes in being an open and friendly environment for all presenters.

ESPID 2020, Kenes group, congresses, pediatric infectious diseases

Contribute to finding the underlying reasons behind diseases and developing more effective solutions, to save countless patients’ lives.

ESPID 2020, Kenes group, congresses, pediatric infectious diseases

The story of Rotterdam, the bombardment and reconstruction, and the drive to innovate that locals still use today to shape their city, all make Rotterdam a fascinating place to visit!

ESPID 2020, Kenes group, congresses, pediatric infectious diseases