On January 21, 2020, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) confirmed the first US case of a new coronavirus (2019-nCoV) in Washington state, and the World Health Organization (WHO) convened an Emergency Committee to determine whether the outbreak should be declared an international public health emergency. Here’s what you need to know…
Weren’t able to catch all of the NFID webinars live during 2019? The new year is a great time to catch up on your to-do list.
Looking for some entertaining activities with friends and family this holiday season? NFID has compiled an Amazon List of movies with an infectious disease twist to add to your viewing line-up. Check out the movies below to share your infectious disease knowledge pointing out impossible scenarios versus plausible storylines!
Mark May, 2019 NFID #FightFlu ambassador and former Outland Trophy winner, urges football fans to get vaccinated and help spread awareness, not flu
It’s not too late to vaccinate—a strong flu vaccine recommendation from a healthcare professional makes a difference
The goal is to help people recognize that antibiotic resistance is not “someone else’s problem,” and to educate them about what they can do today to help prevent it
Pneumococcal disease is a leading cause of illness throughout the world, but there are safe and effective vaccines that can help prevent it
Annual flu vaccination is the best way to protect patients with diabetes from flu and serious long-term complications
Share these Halloween sample social posts to encourage everyone to stay up-to-date with all recommended vaccines
Read recent vaccine-related news of interest from the world of infectious diseases
NFID partnered with Metropolitan Fashion Week LA to spread awareness about flu prevention as part of an annual awareness campaign
US Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex M. Azar II led by example at the 2019 NFID Annual Influenza/Pneumococcal Disease News Conference in Washington, DC to urge everyone age 6 months and older to get vaccinated against flu each year