Help create a safer world through the prevention of infection by joining your colleagues at APIC’s 43rd Annual Conference. This three-day event is your opportunity to review the achievements in science, and technology, learn implementation best practices, and explore the advances still to come.
More than 2,600 clinical professionals
100+ educational opportunities
300+ poster presentations
200+ exhibitors in the largest exhibit hall dedicated to infection prevention
Countless networking opportunities
At APIC 2016, you’ll find the latest advances in science to practice, the newest technology, and priceless networking opportunities. This is the can’t-miss event for professionals in infection prevention.
Unparalled access to more than 2,500 clinical professionals from around the world.
APIC’s Annual Conference brings together professionals from across the healthcare continuum, including:
Public Health Professionals
Quality and Patient Safety Professionals
Chief Medical Officers & Chief Nursing Officers
Any healthcare professional whose responsibilities include the prevention of infection!
What does APIC deliver?
The largest annual audience of infection preventionists.
Exclusive exhibit hall hours offering uninterrupted networking time. No workshops or educational sessions are held thereby eliminating any competition to the hall. Condensed exhibit hours keep traffic high and the need for additional exhibit staff low.
Opportunities to drive your product or service through pre- and post-event promotions.
Quality leads from dedicated infection prevention and control professionals who are passionate about learning and improving their facilities with your products.
Complimentary lunch in the hall for attendees, so they don’t have to worry about finding food. This allows them to maximize their time spent with exhibitors.
The Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC) is the leading professional association for infection preventionists (IPs) with more than 15,000 members. Our mission is to create a safer world through the prevention of infection. This is achieved by the provision of better care to promote better health at a lower cost.
Most APIC members are nurses, physicians, public health professionals, epidemiologists, microbiologists, or medical technologists who:
Collect, analyze, and interpret health data in order to track infection trends, plan appropriate interventions, measure success, and report relevant data to public health agencies.
Establish scientifically based infection prevention practices and collaborate with the healthcare team to assure implementation.
Work to prevent healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) in healthcare facilities by isolating sources of infections and limiting their transmission.
Educate healthcare personnel and the public about infectious diseases and how to limit their spread