Welcome back to immersive sessions, full of the latest research and practice-changing updates, and an energetic atmosphere that fosters connections and collaboration.
CHEST 2022 promises to be an unforgettable opportunity for trainees, especially those who began their chest medicine careers amid the isolation of a worldwide pandemic.
Sessions will explore the many factors that hold back and harm diverse populations, from entrenched biases in the health care system to emerging effects from global crises.
CHEST’s largest-ever selection of medical simulations — 48 courses in total, including a dozen new opportunities — awaits attendees in Nashville, said Nicholas J. Pastis, MD, FCCP.
The majority of the postgraduate courses will be half-day sessions in order to give attendees more flexibility and more opportunities to learn, said Education Committee Chair Amy E. Morris, MD, FCCP.