David W. Kimberlin, MD

David W. Kimberlin, MD

  • Professor of Pediatrics
  • Sergio Stagno Endowed Chair in Pediatric Infectious Diseases
  • Co-Director, Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases
  • The University of Alabama
  • Birmingham, Alabama

Dear Colleague,

You're invited to attend the 29th Annual Infectious Diseases In Children Symposium, to be held November 19-20, 2016 at the Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel.

This annual meeting has proven to be a valuable educational resource to pediatric and infectious disease physicians and nurses for nearly 30 years. It offers a renowned faculty to provide perspective on the areas that need more of your attention in the upcoming year, so that you can make informed decisions on the diagnosis, treatment and overall care of your pediatric infectious disease patients.

We have a prominent group of experts participating as faculty. These physicians and I have designed a program focused on today’s most prevalent issues in addition to advances and obstacles anticipated in our near future. Our goal is to help everyone in attendance to be prepared – for the expected and unexpected – so we can be better solution-oriented and achieve optimal patient results. Come equipped with questions and get immediate feedback as you interact with an interested group of peers for two consecutive days.

Here are a few reasons why 800 of your colleagues attend annually and rate it one of the top pediatric meetings:

  • Renowned faculty. Gain the experience and knowledge of 20 leading specialists, researchers and professors from across the country when they come together and share which conditions they’ve seen and how they handled them in addition to what you can expect to see more of in the short- and long-term.
  • Relevant education. Our program has been carefully crafted to enhance your expertise on new research and advances for common infectious diseases to insight into the more complicated cases and emerging conditions.
  • Interactive format. Benefit from helpful group discussions, roundtables and question and answer sessions where you can offer input to colleagues or solicit recommendations on challenging cases from your own practice.
  • Productive experience. Our weekend dates, convenient location and tight program schedule allow your time, travel and learning to be spent efficiently.

You'll earn up to 15.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s) over a weekend in the heart of the Big Apple. Enhance your expertise, earn CME, connect with colleagues and maybe plan a nice dinner and Broadway show while you're in New York City with us. We’re fortunate to hold this weekend every year and it’s definitely New York City’s most beautiful season with bright and colorful fall foliage to enjoy.

I look forward to seeing you this fall.

Sincerely,

David W. Kimberlin, MD
Program Director

P.S. Reserve your hotel room by October 18 for only $329/night.

This continuing medical education activity is provided by

IDC New York 2016 is supported, in part, by an educational grant from Merck & Co, Inc.

2015 Meeting Video Highlights
Perspectives from faculty