Vijay Balasubramanian, MD, FCCP, will chair a panel on Tuesday that will discuss the significance of race/ethnicity, rurality, and social determinants of health on clinical outcomes in patients with PAH.
Nancy Collop, MD, Master FCCP, and fellow panelists will discuss lessons learned from recent, ongoing recalls of certain ventilators, BiPAP, and CPAP machines.
Ariel L. Shiloh, MD, FCCP, will chair a case-based session aimed at improving clinicians’ skills in image interpretation and clinical applications of critical care ultrasonography.
In a session Sunday, October 16, Nneka Sederstrom, PhD, MPH, MA, FCCP, helped review the challenges facing patients in marginalized communities and how empathetic medicine can help establish trust with providers.
Erin Flynn-Evans, PhD, MPH, joined three other experts in discussing fatigue in the workplace, including effects on shift workers and medical trainees, circadian alignment for travelers, and testing and management for patients.
Sean J. Callahan, MD, will chair an innovative session Monday afternoon that will focus on hands-on experience with different types of oxygen delivery devices, beyond the nasal cannula.
Steven Q. Simpson MD, FCCP, will chair a panel Monday on evidence-based updates in strategic areas of interest that impact the entire disease spectrum for COVID-19.
Christopher Carroll, MD, FCCP, will chair a Monday afternoon discussion on alleviating the burden to patients in the ICU by engaging families in shared decision-making and collaborative care.
The Experience CHEST booth will offer additional education to expand your learning, opportunities to contribute to CHEST products and resources, and more.
Both pregnancy and pulmonary disorders are common, but the combination can be particularly difficult to manage. Many of the normal physiologic changes seen during pregnancy can have dramatic effects on pulmonary disease and vice versa.
Corey Kershaw, MD, FCCP, will moderate a discussion on interstitial lung disease as a major concern for patients who survived COVID-19, particularly those who were hospitalized and now have persistent radiographic and clinical abnormalities.
Demondes Haynes, MD, FCCP, will chair an interactive panel discussion that will demonstrate the importance of effective communication in difficult clinical and workplace situations.