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Peninsula Infectious Diseases Conference 2023
Save the Date (Sep 11-12, 2023)


Peninsula Infectious Diseases Conference 2023

After a three-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, San Mateo County Health is bringing back its annual, free, in-person infectious diseases conference. 

This educational event is presented by the Communicable Disease Control Program of County Health’s Public Health, Policy & Planning Division, with the support of the San Mateo County Medical Association. 

It will emphasize the latest clinical and public health guidance for the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of adult and pediatric infections such as COVID-19, influenza, RSV, Candida auris, congenital syphilis, congenital and latent TB infection, rabies, coccidiodomycosis and more, under the theme of Bridging the Gap: Integrating Clinical Care and Public Health to Improve Patient Outcomes.

Attendees will have the opportunity to learn from renowned experts and specialists from the California Department of Public Health, Stanford University, UCSF and UC Davis.

When & Where

The conference will take place on 9/11 (all day) and 9/12 (morning only) at the College of San Mateo theater (1700 W Hillsdale Boulevard in San Mateo). Breakfast, lunch and refreshments will be provided.

Who Should Attend

The conference is aimed at physicians and other health care professionals as well as public health professionals. We are hoping to reach a wide audience of internists, pediatricians, family practitioners, OB/GYNs and any other provider or public health professional with an interest in infectious diseases. 

Our intent is to provide continuing education credits for medical providers as we did in the past, although we haven’t ironed out the details yet.



How to Register

An invitation to register online will be posted soon. In the meantime, please mark your calendars. We are hoping to see you in September!

Download the Flyer

Click here: ID Conference Save the Date Flyer