In Case You Missed It: IDWeek 2022 – Day 3

Today is the third day of IDWeek 2022. If you happen to be at the conference and missed our posts last week, here is a quick guide to UNMC members presenting today, October 21st.


Friday, October 21st, 2022

  • 7:30-9:00am – Jasmine Marcelin, MD – Panelist on ” Women in ID”
  • 10:30-11:45am – Sara Bares, MD – Panelist on “Challenging HIV Clinical Cases”
  • 12:15pm-1:30pm – Poster Presentations
    • Bryan Alexander, PharmD – Clinical Outcomes and Cost Savings of Dalbavancin Use in OPAT: Focus on Complicated Staphylococcus aureus Infections
    • Anum Abbas, MD – Cerebrospinal Fluid Findings of Solid Organ Transplant Recipients with West Nile Virus Infections
    • Nikki Regan, APRN – Telehealth Utilization and 2-year Outcomes among People with HIV at a Midwestern Clinic
    • Ryan Boyland, Medical Student – Curbsiding Twitter: Potential Value and Patient Confidentiality Implications of Infectious Diseases Clinician Peer Consultations via Social Media
    • Riley Ostdiek, Medical Student – A Highly Effective ID Physician and Infection Preventionist-led Interactive Webinar Series for Infection Prevention and Control Training Among Frontline Healthcare Workers
    • Titilola Labisi, MHA, MPH – Telehealth Utilization and 2-year Outcomes among People with HIV at a Midwestern Clinic
    • Josh Havens, PharmD – Patient perspectives on pharmacy experiences for antiretroviral refills
    • Timothy McElroy, MD – Local Antibiogram for Mycobacterium abscessus Shows Variability from Previously Published Susceptibility Data
    • Josh Havens, PharmD – B/F/TAF in HIV-Infected Adults with Substance Use Disorders: BASE Week 48 Results
    • Jeremy Tigh, PharmD – Acute Kidney Injury Rates Before and After Implementation of Integrated Bayesian Software for Vancomycin Dosing
  • 3:15-3:40pm – Scott Bergman, PharmD – Speaking on “Influential Publications in Antimicrobial Stewardship From the Past Year”
  • 3:15-4:30pm – Kimberly Scarsi, PharmD – Moderating “Long-Acting ARVs: Real-World Outcomes”

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