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Late Registration, August 11-16: $175
To ensure payments arrive on time, we are now only accepting credit card and internal UAB payments.


Included in registration cost: parking, coffee and lunch.
7 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ will be available for attendees.

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Educational Objectives:

  • recognize clinical scenarios in which the use of newly approved antibiotics could be applicable

  • evaluate skin infections for possible involvement of deeper soft tissue and bony structures; and apply principles of proper management

  • analyze the evolving epidemiology of blood stream infections as it relates to at-risk groups, bacterial resistance patterns and early recognition of complications (sepsis, infective endocarditis)

  • approach and treat common gastrointestinal and urinary tract infections in both inpatient and outpatient settings, recognizing risk factors for complications

  • assess the broad differential diagnosis of pneumonia and management scope

  • describe the stepwise approach to diagnosis and treatment of mycobacterial infections (both tuberculous and non-tuberculous infections)

  • define specific syndromes, diagnostics and therapeutics related to central nervous system infections and mimicking conditions

  • employ clinical tools essential in approaching immunocompromised patients presenting with infection

  • list the wide range of clinical manifestations of endemic mycosis and their distinguishing clinical features

  • appraise the clinical utility of new diagnostic tests in Infectious Diseases

  • respond to contemporary management paradigms of HIV and hepatitis C, scaling up screening, diagnosis and treatment

  • contrast the clinical epidemiology of a variety  of tick-borne diseases and specific treatments;

  •  diagnose and manage common sexually transmitted infections based on current bacterial resistance epidemiology and evolving 

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