Submit scientific abstracts and/or case reports for CHEST 2022, and you may have the chance to share your research with thousands of chest medicine professionals. Submissions will be accepted until Thursday, March 31.
Sleep disorders can have as much, if not more, to do with social, cultural, and environmental factors as clinical factors, experts explained in a session during CHEST 2021.
“COVID-19 is more than a respiratory illness. It is a complex, multisystem disease, and it is a moving target,” said Bharat Bajantri, MD, who presented along with Damaris Pena Evertz, MD, and Alaa Abu Sayf, MD.
Christopher L. Carroll, MD, FCCP, Nancy Stewart, DO, Sherry H. Chou, MD, and Aarti Sarwal, MD, outlined how to effectively integrate social media into the professional activities of clinicians, educators, and researchers.
Education Spotlights—available exclusively to meeting registrants—are curated selections of CHEST 2021 sessions on a particular clinical topic, like asthma, COPD, and pneumonia.
Session panelists shared firsthand experiences and resources for incorporating quality improvement, communication, diversity and inclusion, and interpersonal skills training into fellowship programs.
The session featured seven cases from ICUs around the country, with panelists sharing key tips to help clinicians improve ventilator outcomes and avoid common pitfalls.
A CHEST 2021 session on immersive virtual reality in medical education took attendees behind the scenes of a recent pilot program developed by CHEST in partnership with the VR company Lumeto.
Through real-life case examples and video demonstrations, a panel of experienced sonographers shared important tips to consider and potential pitfalls to avoid when using point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS).
A panel of experts at CHEST 2021 discussed the dynamics of current, novel, and emerging bronchoscopic interventions for patients with COPD.
The session featured four of the top manuscripts representing some of the most impactful research published in 2020 from the journal’s CHEST’s Critical Care and Pulmonary Vascular content areas.
CHEST President-Elect David Schulman, MD, MPH, FCCP, offers his recommendations for CHEST 2021 sessions you’ll want to catch up on in the coming months.