Physicians' Life

Top Story

ID physicians prefer oral antibiotics for treatment of patients with bacteremia

ID physicians prefer oral antibiotics for treatment of patients with bacteremia
September 13, 2019

Q&A: Using social media to promote infectious disease research

September 6, 2019
Social media provides a quick and easy way to communicate and disseminate information. In Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology, researchers reviewed the use…
Hooked on ID

with Gitanjali Pai MD, AAHIVS

Infectious Disease News, August 2019
As a young medical student, I learned how tiny organisms could wreak great havoc in this world — which exposed me to the world of ID early in my medical career. I…
Hooked on ID

with Niraj C. Patel, MD, MS

Infectious Disease News, July 2019
Although subspecialization training encompassing two fellowships is almost unheard of, this experience is where I began my journey in infectious disease clinical…
More Headlines »
CME ABIM MOC

Five Points for the Community Clinician: Diagnosing and Managing Invasive Mold Infections

This activity is supported by an educational grant from Astellas Pharma Global Development, Inc.

Invasive mold infections are a significant cause of morbidity and mortality due to the increasing population of…
More »
Hooked on ID

with Jason P. Burnham, MD

Infectious Disease News, November 2018
Hernán Cortés and Pánfilo de Narváez brought smallpox to the Americas in 1520. Due to a…
More »
Video
Meeting News

VIDEO: More women than men present at CROI

March 8, 2018
More »