How do I become an Espid member?
Anyone interested in PID field can become an ESPID member. Applications must be done online and are subject to acceptance by the ESPID board under the terms of Article 4 of the Association. New members’ applications are normally processed within 1 month.
Where IS ESPID 2022?
On behalf of the Local Organizing and the International Scientific Committees, it gives us great pleasure to invite you to the 40th Annual Meeting of the European Society of Paediatric Infectious Diseases (ESPID), which will be held from 9th to 13th May 2022 in Athens, Greece.
What does Espid stand for?
The European Society For Paediatric Infectious Diseases ESPID promotes excellence in paediatric infectious diseases and child health.
How to become a member of Espid?
Anyone interested in PID field can become ESPID member. Applications must be done online and are subject to acceptance by the ESPID board under the terms of Article 4 of the Association. New members’ applications are normally processed within 1 month. Membership period runs from January to December per calendar year.
Why attend an Espid meeting?
Please try again later. An ESPID Meeting is more than a paediatric infectious diseases conference, it is a community to develop as a professional throughout your career as well as an opportunity to enhance your broader scientific and medical knowledge. Updates on #PedsID research, trials, treatments, and future expectations.
Are there any fraudulent websites that impersonate Espid?
There is an increasing number of fraudulent websites that impersonate ESPID. We recommend you only register via this website, directly with the official meeting organizer, or use a trusted group registration service.
Why attend the European Society for Paediatric Infectious Diseases?
You are invited to the 40th Annual Meeting of the European Society for Paediatric Infectious Diseases in Athens & Online, 9-13 May 2022. Join researchers and specialists from Europe and around the world, who are dedicated to researching, treating and preventing infectious diseases in children.