and the Annual Infectious Disease Conference (offered as a clinical track)
November 13-15, 2019 in Portland, Maine
Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), Center for Disease Control and Prevention (Maine CDC) is hosting the 2019 Northeast Epidemiology Conference in Portland, Maine on November 14-15, with pre-conference meetings on Wednesday, November 13. This will be a dynamic opportunity for Northeast state and local public health staff and epidemiologists to share information on current disease control activities, disease trends, and disease prevention activities. All conference attendees will share plenary speaker, break-out space, exhibits and speaker sessions.
Maine CDC’s Annual Infectious Disease Conference will be integrated into the Northeast Epidemiology Conference with a clinical track on November 14th that will offer continuing education for healthcare providers.
The Northeast Epidemiology Conference is hosted each year by one of the Northeast states as an opportunity for state and local public health staff and epidemiologists to share information regarding current disease control activities, disease trends and disease prevention activities in the areas of infectious and chronic disease, environmental health, maternal and child health, and other non-infectious areas. The conference is attended by public health professionals from Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Maine CDC’s Annual Infectious Disease Conference has been held since 1983, targeting infectious health issues of emerging concern. The conference provides healthcare professionals with information on emerging science-based prevention, treatment, and adherence practices, in hopes of promoting more cost-effective care and life-enhancing health outcomes for the people of Maine.