It may be the last day of the live meeting, but it’s a day packed full of sessions you don’t want to miss. Aneesa Das, MD, FCCP, and Chris Carroll, MD, FCCP, share the lineup for Wednesday, October 21, and toast to another successful CHEST Annual Meeting. Don’t forget registered attendees have access to content through January 18, 2021!
A session on Tuesday, October 20, featured a panel of infectious disease experts and pulmonologists who reviewed some of the most recent data regarding COVID-19 diagnosis, therapies, and prevention.
Congratulations to those CHEST members who obtained the Fellow of the American College of Chest Physicians designation this year. All initiates will be formally honored and recognized during Wednesday’s Virtual Closing Session on October 21.
Tobacco cessation is a continuing topic at CHEST. Treatment of Nicotine Dependence: What’s New?, on Wednesday, October 21, will explore the latest developments in quitting tobacco. Jackie A. Hayes, MD, FCCP, shares more in this Q&A.
SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) has driven many hospitals to the brink. Not enough staff, not enough supplies, not enough space to cope with the flood of patients. Will your hospital be ready for the next surge? A session on Wednesday, October 21, helps answer that question.
A special pro-con debate on Controversies in Mechanical Ventilation: Low Tidal Volumes and Driving Pressures will help clinicians evaluate the circumstantial and often conflicting evidence to chart a viable strategy for treating their own patients.
The American College of Chest Physicians is pleased to announce the 2020 Distinguished CHEST Educators. These individuals have shown great commitment, involvement, and leadership in CHEST education programs and activities.