Welcome to 2021 Integrated Foodborne Outbreak Response and Management (InFORM) Regional Meeting!
Once registered, simply log in here on April 26-30, 2021. The virtual meeting will be live. If this is your first visit and you have not registered, then you may do so by clicking on REGISTER on the top right corner to gain access to this virtual event.
New to Virtual Conferences?
Much more than a single webinar, a virtual event creates an experience inside an online environment of rooms and spaces, like a physical convention center or corporate campus. Attendees visit different locations and participate in a range of activities: live, simulive and on-demand educational sessions, exhibitor booths, live 1:1 chat and social networking, help desk, regional auditoriums, and much more. The 2021 Integrated Foodborne Outbreak Response and Management (InFORM) Regional Meeting will be accessible from Monday, April 26 at 12:30 pm ET through Friday, April 30 at 10 pm ET.
This virtual meeting is designed to bring together environmental public health professionals and epidemiologists, and laboratory scientists to discuss emerging issues and solutions, as well as the latest information, resources, tools, and training about integrated foodborne outbreak response and management. In addition to educating the workforce, the conference will be designed to bring professionals together in a unique virtual environment to exchange information and discover new solutions to issues in integrated foodborne outbreak response and management solutions.
There will be three tracks available, including Epidemiology, Lab, and Environmental Health. The virtual conference environment will include auditorium presentations, poster sessions, a networking lounge, and exhibitor booths and resources.
Dates: April 26 -30, 2021
Cost of Attendance: Free
Registration: Please click here to register.
This event is supported by Cooperative Agreement #NU60OE000103-05 funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Its contents are solely the responsibilities of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the CDC or the US Department of Health and Human Services. This project was 100% funded with federal funds from a federal program of $1,484,670