Meet us in the Aloha State for CHEST 2023

Aneesa Das, MD, FCCP
Aneesa Das, MD, FCCP

Though CHEST 2022 is over, it won’t be long before the next CHEST Annual Meeting, October 8-11, in Honolulu, HI.

“CHEST 2023 will be particularly special because it is being held in Hawaiʻi, where the spirit of aloha is ever-present,” said Aneesa Das, MD, FCCP, chair, CHEST 2023 Scientific Program Committee. “While aloha is used as a common phrase to greet or say goodbye to someone, it also has a deeper meaning: love, affection, gratitude, kindness, compassion, and grief. While we come to CHEST for cutting-edge knowledge in our field, aloha embodies all of the characteristics that humanize being a care provider and bring us together. At CHEST 2023, we will truly celebrate our vocation and dedication to healing.”

Besides the incredible location, CHEST 2023 will continue to bring you advanced learning opportunities to expand your professional skill set.

“We will be focusing on the multidisciplinary aspects of what we do by including leaders and educators not only in pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine but also in pathology, radiology, and surgery. There will be many hands-on learning opportunities! CHEST is an organization where everyone can find a home,” Dr. Das said.

Stay tuned for the latest updates on our annual meeting web page. Help shape the meeting program by submitting an abstract or case report covering emerging scientific and clinical advancements happening in the critical care, pulmonary, and sleep fields. Submissions are due Friday, March 31, at 2 PM CT.

Honor lectures and awards

Do you have a colleague or mentor who should be recognized for their work in chest medicine?
Consider nominating them for a CHEST 2023 Honor Lecture or Annual Award. Nominations are
due Tuesday, January 31.