Do you know what sessions you’ll be attending at CHEST? There is a large variety of sessions available, and we have many great options from our special interest tracks that you’ll want to attend, including asthma, cystic fibrosis, COPD, and more. Here is what you should check out: [Read more…] about Sessions Not to Miss at CHEST 2017
The CHEST Annual Meeting in Toronto will offer cutting-edge education for current pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine topics. Along with innovative and interactive simulation, postgraduate courses, and keynotes and lectures, we will have featured sessions presented by our sister societies. These sessions will provide valuable insight for improving your career as an educator, a clinician, or a researcher. See the available sessions. [Read more…] about Sister Society Sessions at CHEST 2017
The CHEST Foundation is excited to host the Lung Health Experience at this year’s CHEST 2017 Annual Meeting. The Lung Health Experience is a travelling community service program designed to connect the public with local lung health experts, so they can begin a conversation in a casual, fun environment about the importance of lung health. [Read more…] about CHEST Foundation Lung Health Experience is Headed to Toronto
What’s happening in Experience CHEST at this year’s CHEST Annual Meeting? There will be an on-site painter, meet-ups, presentations, demonstrations on virtual reality and the CHEST SEEK™ Library, and more! Here’s what’s in store: [Read more…] about What’s Available in Experience CHEST at CHEST 2017?
We’ve listened to your concerns and considered all of your feedback to enhance your experience at CHEST 2017! This year, we have changed the format of our postgraduate courses, updated our interdisciplinary sessions, and added new ways to register. Take a look at what’s new. [Read more…] about Learn What’s New at CHEST 2017
The first CHEST Annual Meeting occurred 82 years ago in Albuquerque, New Mexico. To put this into perspective, Franklin Roosevelt was President, radio was an innovative medium, and Albuquerque had 500,000 fewer residents than it does now. (The Air Force Base that helped drive population to what is now the largest city in New Mexico did not exist yet, as there was no US Air Force.) [Read more…] about How the CHEST Annual Meeting Has Changed: An Oral History