CHEST 2019 speaker and Past President Curtis N. Sessler, MD, FCCP, shares how he plans to take the CHEST 2019 ‘BIG Easy’ theme back home to his patients.
Delivery of effective education is a challenge not just in medicine, but in other industries as well. Viren Kaul, MD, shares how lessons learned from these other industries might provide valuable insights for medical education.
Find out how Kathy Ramos, MD, MS, first got her start in the pulmonology field … and a few other fun facts about her in this attendee profile.
Registration for CHEST’s 2020 live learning courses is now open, and this year’s lineup promises interactive, hands-on learning.
Mauricio Danckers, MD, FCCP, starting his sixth year in practice, is the ICU medical director at Aventura Hospital and Medical Center. As his responsibilities evolve the longer he practices, the stronger the passion for his job grows.
Andrew D. Mihalek, MD, will chair a session titled “Opening the Black Box and Discovering Gray: Diseases Associated With Group 5 Pulmonary Hypertension” on Monday.
The session “Optimizing Your Practice With an Advanced Practice Provider,” Monday afternoon aims to help pulmonology practices get the most benefit from the addition of an advanced practice provider. Read more from session chair Corinne Young, FNPC, MSN, FCCP.
Don’t miss CHEST’s new FISH Bowl (Furthering Innovation and Science for Health) competition—a “kinder, gentler, yet still competitive and cutting-edge”—version of Shark Tank™.
Angel Coz Yataco, MD, FCCP, and his co-presenters will argue for and against some of the controversies in Monday’s session “Managing Sepsis: Controversies in the First 3 Hours,” which will debate fluid resuscitation levels and when to administer broad spectrum antibiotics.
In this session preview, chair Nina Patel, MD, shares the topics four experts will review about the latest in antifibrotic therapy during Monday’s session “Update in IPF Treatment.”
Local New Orleanian Matthew Lammi MD, MSCR, shares his favorite places for live music in the Big Easy.
CHEST Annual Meeting’s keynote speaker, Quinn Capers, IV, MD, will address implicit bias—the unconscious attribution of particular qualities to a member of a certain social group—on Sunday during the Opening Session.