Become a Member

  • you learn to improve your clinical acumen, understand laboratory diagnostics and learn proper use of antimicrobial agents
  • you receive the peer reviewed quarterly Infectious Disease Journal of Pakistan, which is an asset to understanding indigenous Infectious Disease problems of Pakistan
  • you receive emails that keep you informed about new and emerging Infectious disease issues both locally and worldwideyou become part of the “think tank” on ID issues and help create a scientific environment

Medical graduate registered with PMDC and holding postgraduate qualification in any specialty.
Full member may be:

  • Life member: with payment of Rs. 3000/- (one time only)
  • Annual member: with payment of Rs. 1000-  per annum

PhD, MSc, M. Phil in biological sciences; BSc in Nursing and allied medical science, with payment of Rs. 1000/ year

Full Member: Shall have the right to:

  • Participate in all activities of the society.
  • Receive all publications including quarterly ID Journal of Pakistan
  • Vote According to constitution of the society.

Associate Members: Shall Have the right to:

  • Participate in all activities of the society.
  • Receive all publications including quarterly ID Journal of Pakistan

Please send your completed application form and return by hand or by mail. Membership fee will only be received in cash / Cross Cheque / pay order or bank draft made out to “Infectious Disease Society of Pakistan” Please obtain receipt and membership number. You will receive a plastic coated membership card after one week.

MMIDSP Education

Infectious disease: Clinical pathological conference

On the last Wednesday of each month, key members of IDSP in Karachi and Lahore meet via teleconferencing. The meeting takes place at Aga Khan University Hospital, Karachi. The meeting generally has two case presentations, essentially clinical dilemmas presented by ID fellows or micro residents. The meeting provides opportunity for fellows, residents and consultants to […]

Guide to training programs in Microbiology

Microbiology plays a pivotal role in identification and diagnosis of important infectious diseases. Physicians largely depend on microbiologist for diagnosis. Microbiologists have been pioneers and office bearers of IDSP and historically have played an important role in identifying outbreaks with laudable services towards tuberculosis and HIV/AIDs. Microbiology is an ever evolving field with innovations in […]

Fellowship in Adult and Pediatric Infectious Diseases

CPSP approved Second Fellowship in Infectious Diseases in 2010 to meet the country’s growing demand for trained Infectious diseases Physician. Pakistan is one of the few resource limited nations that has been unable to eradicate polio, control malaria or dengue and yet we have entered the age of superbugs, XDR TB and are facing concentrated […]

Core Curriculum for CPSP Fellowship in Infectious Diseases.

CPSP in collaboration with key members of IDSP designed the curricula for training in Infectious Diseases that serves as a guideline. To review the curriculam

Useful Publications

Useful resources including articles from authors and our monthly issues.

October - December 2017
July-September 2017
April - June 2017
January - March 2017
October - December 2016
July -September 2016

Press Release

MMIDSP Got Affiliation by ESCMID

The European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (ESCMID)  is a non-profit organization whose mission is to improve the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of infection-related diseases. This is achieved by promoting and supporting research, education, training, and good medical practice. Since its founding in 1983, ESCMID has evolved to become Europe’s leading society in clinical […]

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First Infection Control Workshop Organized by IPCWG

In June 2017, a group of infectious diseases specialists and microbiologists, under the flag of MMIDSP and the leadership of Dr Naveed Rashid came together and formulated the Infection Prevention and Control Working group (IPCWG). The aim of the IPCWG is to protect all patients, healthcare workers and the community members from infections and to […]

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PAP Conference announcement

40th Annual Conference of Pakistan Association of Pathologists (PAP) is being held on December 16-17,2017 at Sindh Institute of Urology and Transplantation (SIUT) Karachi, Pakistan. For further information, please click the following link:

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Recruitment of Veterinary Students for Rabies Free Karachi Project

This is to inform you that we are initiating a project titled ‘Rabies Free Karachi’, in collaboration with WHO. This is an initiative led by the Indus Hospital, Karachi.   Every day, at least 20-25 victims of dog-bite incidents come to The Indus Hospital, and there is a growing concern of addressing the issue from […]

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Latest News

February 12th

17th Asia-Pacific Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infection cum 8th International Infection Control Conference

Dear Presidents, Professors and Colleagues, I am pleased to announce that it’s now open for registration to the 17th Asia-Pacific Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infection cum 8th International Infection Control Conference, 30 August to 2 September 2018, at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. There will be over 30 world-renowned overseas speakers sharing with […]

June 7th

Indus Hospital Research Center forms “Rabies-Free Karachi” Team

Rabies is primarily a disease of animals, and is transmitted to man by the bite of an infected animal, usually a dog. It is almost always fatal and one of the most torturous forms of death from any infectious disease. Children under 15 years age are most affected as they play in the streets and […]

May 26th

GUIDELINES for Diagnosis and Management of Common Infectious Diseases in Adults in Pakistan” is now on sale.

In this ever changing era of science and technology, rapid advancements in medical treatment is no exception. Keeping in view the need for imparting information about new modalities in diagnosis and management of infectious diseases (IDs) among doctors in training and family physicians, many leading specialists of ID contributed toward compiling this book. All commonly […]

February 21st

World Association of Medical Editors (WAME)

Members can benefit from the list of Predatory Journals: From 2011 to January 2017.   Jeffrey Beall, a librarian at Auraria Library and associate professor at the University of Colorado Denver, compiled annual lists of potential, possible, or probably predatory scholarly open access journals   This WAME document aims to provide guidance to help editors, researchers, funders, academic […]

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