Keynote speakers at the APIC 40th Annual Conference will highlight the advances over the past four decades, review the current status of best practices, and look forward to global pandemic control. The conference will be held June 8-10 in Ft. Lauderdale, FL.
View all the session descriptions with the event planner.
Opening Keynote – Saturday, June 8
Infection Prevention through the Decades
Celebrate the decades of difference—four decades that have made a positive difference in the healthcare environment. Hear from 12 distinguished speakers on the moments that defined the profession over the last 40 years. Honor the past while being inspired to look to the future.
Plenary Sessions – Sunday, June 9
Three options—a session for every interest
- MRSA Screening Collaborative Project
- NECC Outbreak (Meningitis)
- Simulation Session: Collaboration between the Perioperative Nurse and Infection Preventionist
Closing Plenary – Monday, June 10
Nathan Wolfe, Founder of the Global Viral Forecasting Initiative
“Virus Hunter” Nathan Wolfe rethinks pandemic control for our globalized world. By concentrating on how epidemic diseases—such as HIV, SARS, and West Nile—all stem from human contact with infected animals, he is able to discover new threatening viruses where they first emerge. According to Wired magazine, “Wolfe’s brand of globe-trotting echoes an almost Victorian scientific ethic, an expedition to catalog the unseen menagerie of the world.”