June 28, 2021

US – IDF conference and Inclusion Initiative

This free four-day conference brougt together the entire PI community (patients, caregivers, and clinicians) for four days of connection, learning, and networking in a fully engaging virtual environment. Sessions from world-class immunologists, an entire day dedicated to youth programming, and compelling panel discussions are just a few of the highlights.

While most programming was conducted in English, more than a dozen sessions were interpreted or translated into Spanish for non-English-speaking participants. There was no cost to attend, but registration was required. More information, visit www.primaryimmune.org/conference.

Outreach and Inclusion Initiative launched by Immune Deficiency Foundation

As part of its outreach and inclusion initiatives, the Immune Deficiency Foundation (IDF) is helping to empower multilingual patients by offering a growing number of resources in Spanish. Recently, IDF increased their offerings to include:

“When it comes to the diagnosis and treatment of primary immunodeficiencies, I’m just thrilled that we’re taking steps to make sure that everyone has a seat at the table,” said Ashley Ferreira, Program Manager for Diversity and Inclusion at IDF.