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The Winter Course in Infectious Diseases is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization, founded 45 years ago, with the educational/healthcare mission of providing evidence-based information to help infectious disease professionals in their decision-making as they treat patients with serious infections from all over the world. About us »

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2021 Annual Meeting Notice and COVID-19 Statement

The Remington Winter Course in Infectious Diseases would like to thank to all of those on the front lines of the global novel coronavirus outbreak. 

We look forward to the opportunity to share findings and clinical experiences with COVID-19 and other infectious diseases soon.  WCID has closely monitored the situation and has now decided that our 2021 course will be virtual only.   We are currently evaluating different delivery formats and will update here as we make decisions.

It is our intention to re-convene in Vail in February 2022 and we are planning in that direction. 

Please watch this page for updated information on both the 2021 and 2022 Annual Meetings or let us know you would like to be notified of our progress by sending us an email.  Click here to be added to our notification list.

 

FOUNDATION NEWS

Please join us in congratulating our founder, Jack Remington MD on the Dr. Jack S. Remington Laboratory for Specialty Diagnostics, formerly known as the “Palo Alto Medical Foundation Toxoplasmosis Serology Laboratory.” An International Reference group for Toxoplasmosis, in Palo Alto, CA.

WINTER COURSE DIGITAL CONTENT

Were you unable to attend the annual meeting? 

Winter Course now offers course recordings from the 2018 and 2019 meetings.

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WCID Podcast series now playing on Soundcloud!

Check out our new series of free podcasts available on Soundcloud.

Check back in monthly to see whats new!

May 2019 (Episode 1):  Dr. Helen Boucher checks in with AW Karchmer, MD and Richard Wenzel, MD for the stories behind the first 45 years of the Remington Winter Course.


June 2019 (Episode 2):  Dr. Daniel Diekema (University of Iowa) discusses exciting advances in infectious disease diagnostics with Drs. Kim Hanson (University of Utah) and Robin Patel (Mayo Clinic). Recorded following the first annual Diagnostics Day during the 45th Remington Winter Course in February 2019.

July 2019 (Episode 3):  Dr's Helen W. Boucher (Tufts University School of Medicine) and Sara E. Cosgrove (Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine) discuss new antibiotics and antibiotic stewardship.  Recorded February 2019 during the 45th Annual Remington Winter Course in Infectious Diseases.



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