Legionella Conference 2020

Prevention of Disease and Injury From Waterborne Pathogens in Health Care

August 19 - 21, 2020 Sheraton Grand Chicago

NSF Health Sciences, an NSF International company, and the National Environmental Health Association will bring together professionals from a wide variety of industries, including health care, to discuss the growing concern of Legionella outbreaks at the third annual Legionella Conference, to be held in August 2020 in Chicago, Illinois.

The 2020 Legionella Conference theme, Prevention of Disease and Injury From Waterborne Pathogens in Health Care, centers on how hospitals, water utilities, health departments, industry and regulators can work together to identify best practices for prevention of disease in hospitals, long-term care centers and skilled nursing homes. Join the conversation on how we can work toward safer health care facilities.

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Call for Abstracts: Speaker, Research Poster Proposals Accepted for Legionella Conference 2020

February 13, 2020

NSF Health Sciences and the National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) are now accepting proposals for expert speaker and research poster presentations for this year’s Legionella Conference to be held in Chicago Aug. 19-21.

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Legionella Conference 2020 Moves to Chicago With a Health Care Focus

December 17, 2019

Legionella Conference 2020 will be held in Chicago Aug. 19-21, 2020, with an emphasis on preventing deadly outbreaks in hospitals and health care settings. NSF Health Sciences, an NSF International company, and the National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) are partnering as conference co-hosts to help stem this rising public health threat.

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Water Safety in Health Care Facilities: Why Not All Water Management Programs Are Created Equally

October 19, 2019

Managing the operation of water systems can be especially challenging for facilities that do not have the support of their network to implement needed repairs or replace equipment. Consequently, inadequately maintained health care facilities have been the source of waterborne diseases such as Legionnaires’ disease.

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