APSCMI is a long-standing Member Society of the International Society of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy (ISAC) and the two societies have an important relationship in helping the other reach its goals.
ISAC aims to advance the education and the science of therapy of infection through the establishment of an international federation of affiliated national and regional societies with similar aims and objectives to its own. ISAC currently has a worldwide membership composed of 92 Member Societies.
Find out more about ISAC at www.ISAC.world.
The Society of Infectious Diseases (Singapore) (SIDS) was founded in 1990 to promote the practice, education, training and prevention of infectious diseases. Its members comprise infectious disease, microbiology and preventive medicine doctors, and infectious disease nurses, pharmacists and researchers, and students in these disciplines.
SIDS organise regular continuing education events in infectious diseases and collaborate with international societies to organise international conferences.