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September 4, 2019

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Volunteer with IDSA

Visit MyIDSA to learn about how you can get involved in IDSA no matter your level of availability. Current opportunities with links for signing up are listed below.

Give Feedback on the New HIV Provider Directory

HIVMA has launched a new HIV Provider Directory. The directory listings are provided to assist with locating physicians and other health care providers who provide HIV prevention or care services. Help test the directory and the sign-up process to help improve the tool for patients and providers.

Compensation Survey Participants Needed

We need your help to build on the work we have already done through IDSA’s Clinical Affairs Committee, advocating for better compensation for our Society members. You can do this by participating in our brief 2019 ID Physician Compensation Survey. Add your response and get access to the data set to see where your salary ranks, and also be entered to win one of two $250 Amazon gift cards.

Medical Writer for IDSA Research Summit

A medical writer is needed to attend the IDSA Research Summit (Oct. 29-30, 2019) in Washington, DC and write a whitepaper that captures the viral respiratory disease recommendations developed from the meeting, in addition to providing sufficient background on why efforts are desperately needed to promote antimicrobial stewardship in ambulatory care settings. The medical writer will be paid a stipend and reimbursed for travel expenses to attend the Summit.

Help the IDSA Quality Improvement Committee Design ID-Specific Quality Measures

How do you demonstrate the Value of ID in a value-based healthcare system that is focused on quality measurement, resource utilization, patient satisfaction, and outcomes? To help answer that question and inform the larger IDSA quality strategy we need your participation in the IDSA Quality Improvement Activities Survey.

ScienceSpeaks Blog Post Guest Writer

The IDSA/HIVMA Science Speaks blog is seeking guest contributors of posts explaining and illustrating the impacts of policies, funding and research in global responses to infectious diseases, and in efforts to detect, prevent, diagnose, treat and prevent infections where they originate. These can include posts about recent research, programs, and advocacy efforts, as well as conference coverage.

 

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