New research was presented at IDWeek 2014, the joint annual meeting of the Infectious Disease Society of America, the Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America, the HIV Medicine Association, and the Pediatric Infectious Diseases Society, from October 8 to 12 in Philadelphia.

Meeting Highlights

Antimicrobial Stewardship Through Social Media

HIV Pharmacist Reconciliation & ART Prescription Errors

Antibiotic Stewardship Benefits Children

The Effect of Face-to-Face Networking on HIV Testing

Reducing Rates of Antibiotic-Resistant Pneumonia


News From IDWeek 2014

Prevnar-13 Halts Pneumonia in Seniors

MMR Vax Proves Safe Over Time in U.S. Adults

Case Study: Fecal Transplant Clears K. Pneumoniae

Antiviral Fails in Ebola, but Encouraging in Adenovirus

Novel HSV-2 Vax Shows Promise

Ebola: Skip Randomized Trials, Experts Urge

Clinicians Explore EV-D68, Paralysis Link

Ebola: Body Fluids Carry the Risk

Specialist in Emergency Department Improves Antibiotic Use

Adjuvant Boosts Supply of Avian Flu Vaccine

Experts Closest to Ebola Outbreak Testify

Ebola Outbreak and Enterovirus in the Limelight at IDWeek

Ebola: Providers’ Risk Small in U.S. Hospitals

Athletes at Higher Risk for MRSA


More From IDWeek 2014


Housing & Travel & Discounts


Interactive Program

Breaking Presentations on the 2014 Ebola Outbreak

Affiliated Events


Mentorship Program


Pre-meeting Workshops

CME/CPE Information