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Opt-In Coming Soon for ProMED

The International Society for Infectious Diseases (ISID) will be improving the mail-deliverability infrastructure for the Program for Monitoring Emerging Diseases (ProMED). This includes how mail is delivered to you and the appearance of the messages. That said, the content of the email will remain the same and we do not anticipate any interruptions to any ProMED lists. 

Over the next few weeks, you will receive an email asking you to “opt-in” to ProMED as we move from our old platform to a new one. Please take the time to review this email and complete the opt-in process. In addition to opting in, we will also be asking you a few questions that will help us better serve you. 

If you choose not to opt-in, your ProMED subscription will end. You can always resubscribe at https://imed.isid.org/promedmail-subscribe/.

The International Society for Infectious Diseases (ISID) will be improving the mail-deliverability infrastructure for the Program for Monitoring Emerging Diseases (ProMED). This includes how mail is delivered to you and the appearance of the messages. That said, the content of the email will remain the same and we do not anticipate any interruptions to any ProMED lists.

Check your email for an email from [email protected] and follow the link to opt-in and you will be automatically opted-in to continue receiving emails. At that time, you will also have the chance to update your contact information and subscription preferences.

Check your email for an email from [email protected] and follow the link to opt-in

The opt-in link will remain viable for one month from when you receive the email

Check your junk mail or spam folder for an email from [email protected] and if you do not find it please re-subscribe to ProMED here: https://imed.isid.org/promedmail-subscribe/. Please note that this process will happen slowly over a few weeks, so not everyone will receive the opt-in on the same day.

No, we will not ask for payment information. ProMED is a free, apolitical service.

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