We are looking forward to welcoming you back to Geneva, Switzerland, for the 6th International Conference on Prevention & Infection Control (ICPIC), which will be held on 14-17 September 2021.
After the challenging past year through the COVID-19 pandemic, the need to bring together the global IPC community becomes even stronger. We believe that all required conditions will be met next September to be able to organize a safe, interactive and stimulating face-to-face conference.
SUBMISSION ENDS IN
Abstract Submission Are Now Open.
Abstract Submission Deadline – 27 May 2021
Registration Opens – February 2021
Early Registration Deadline – 27 May 2021
The programme is designed for both generalists and specialists alike, and includes the most resonating topics:
Quality of patient care
Advanced methods in hospital epidemiology research and early results of major clinical trials
reasons to attend
Interactive and practical sessions and case studies
High quality programme composed of ICPIC keynotes, symposia, Pro-Con debates, free-papers and meet-the-expert sessions
Learn directly from your peers and tried & tested experiences
Unique forum for participants to exchange knowledge and experience in the prevention of healthcare-associated infections
How to prepare for advances in medicine and challenges ahead
Strong international focus and developments from around the world
meet the speakers
ICPIC 2021 will be host in the the beautiful Swiss city of Geneva. It lies at the southern tip of expansive Lac Léman (Lake Geneva) and is surrounded by the Alps and Jura mountains. On a clear day you can even see great views of the Mont Blanc.
Home to the headquarters of Europe’s United Nations, the World Health Organisation and the Red Cross, Geneva is known worldwide as being a global hub for diplomacy, health and banking. All in all, the perfect place for a conference on Prevention & Infection Control!
The Geneva University Hospitals (HUG), a leading national and international academic institution.
Created in 1995, is part of a tradition of excellence in medicine and science dating back hundreds of years. The group brings together 10 Geneva public hospitals and 40 outpatient units throughout the canton of Geneva, and together they form the leading Swiss University Hospital.