Stephen Kirkby, MD; Amik Sodhi, MBBS, FCCP; and Sumita Khatri, MD, MS, FCCP, discussed the latest findings on the role of gender and sex hormones in asthma, including how best to manage the disease through the various stages of a woman’s life.
“Empathy is seeing with the eyes of another person, listening with the ears of another person, and feeling with the heart of another person,” said Demondes Haynes, MD, FCCP, in his CHEST 2021 Keynote Address.
Jennifer D. Possick, MD; Ajay Sheshadri, MD, MSCI; and Munish Luthra, MD, FCCP, provided updates on ICI-related pneumonitis and other immunotherapy-related adverse events.
Ilene M. Rosen, MD, MSCE, and Lucas Donovan, MD, shared their visions for the future of sleep medicine amid growing recognition of sleep disturbances and a diminishing workforce of sleep specialists.
CHEST Guideline Oversight Committee Chair Kevin M. O’Neil, MD, MHA, FCCP, was joined by panelists Peter J. Mazzone, MD, MPH, FCCP; Gerard A. Silvestri, MD, MS, FCCP; Scott M. Stevens, MD, FCCP; and Scott C. Woller, MD, FCCP.
Daniel R. Ouellette, MD, MS, FCCP; Jonathon Truwit, MD; and Sangeeta Mehta, MD, reviewed and updated attendees on the use of several strategies that have been shown to facilitate ventilator liberation.
Vaishnavi Kundel, MD, Sara Pasha, MD, Meredith Greer, MD, and Ruckshanda Majid, MD, FCCP, presented clinical cases and shared perspectives on common challenges in the management of sleep apnea.
A pair of pulmonary specialists outlined the challenges in treating idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF), including key management decisions at diagnosis and approaches to managing acute exacerbation.
A panel discussion examined persistent barriers to women in pulmonary and critical care medicine and offered strategies and advice for career advancement.
During the CHEST Foundation’s Women & Pulmonary Work Group workshop, Jennifer Hunt, MD, presented tools for bolstering self-assuredness and quashing imposter tendencies.
This new COPD VPT will help clinicians provide individualized, clinically supported, guideline-based patient care, said lead faculty Matthew Hegewald, MD, FCCP.
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