CHEST 2021: Inform. Inspire. Innovate.

Immerse yourself in the experience that is CHEST 2021. The best learning event in chest medicine includes hundreds of live and on demand sessions presented by our top faculty and featured speakers. Even better, you’ll have access to everything (including post‑meeting bonus content) for the next year!

Demondes Haynes, MD, FCCP

Keynote speaker: Demondes Haynes, MD, FCCP

Perseverance and Motivation: Empathetic Medicine Amidst COVID and Beyond

During the CHEST 2021 keynote address, Demondes Haynes, MD, FCCP, will speak to persevering amid the COVID-19 pandemic and the importance of identifying the things that keep us motivated. He will address the importance of empathic communication with patients and the contribution of creating a more diverse and inclusive workforce in medicine. Dr. Haynes also will discuss ways that today’s health care professionals can encourage enrollment in medical programs and training for more individuals from traditionally underrepresented groups to build the foundation for a more representative and empathetic future of medicine. Dr. Haynes, who is a CHEST member, currently serves as the Associate Dean for Admissions for the School of Medicine at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, where he is a Professor of Medicine in the Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine.

Date: October 17 at 3:30 pm CT

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The easiest way to continue your medical education

Be part of the one event where you can learn from the very best teachers in chest medicine about some of the most relevant topics in pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine. Our experts will host sessions covering mental health, COVID-19, racial disparities, and more, including:

  • Viruses, Variants, Vaccines, and Virulence: The Present and Future of COVID-19
  • Sepsis Advances: What Is Coming Down the Pike?
  • The New Wave of Burnout: Impact and Interventions
  • Cases in Sleep Apnea that Keep You Up at Night

Earn up to 50 CME credits/MOC points through these and other educational sessions.

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The easiest way to continue your medical education

Be part of the one event where you can learn from the very best teachers in chest medicine about some of the most relevant topics in pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine. Our experts will host sessions covering mental health, COVID-19, racial disparities, and more, including:

  • Viruses, Variants, Vaccines, and Virulence: The Present and Future of COVID-19
  • Sepsis Advances: What Is Coming Down the Pike?
  • The New Wave of Burnout: Impact and Interventions
  • Cases in Sleep Apnea that Keep You Up at Night

Earn up to 50 CME credits/MOC points through these and other educational sessions.

VIEW THE SCHEDULE
“Thank you @accpchest for a memorable #CHEST2020! Felt very connected despite the all the distance! You’ve set a new bar for all virtual conferences! Here’s to #CHEST2021- it will be just as awesome, no matter where we are!”
– Rama El-Yafawi

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Chris Carroll

CHEST 2021: The Beginning of the Rest of Your Career

By: David Zielinski, MD, FCCP


My very first CHEST meeting was 10 years ago at CHEST 2011 in Honolulu, Hawaii. I clearly remember my first session being a postgraduate course on…

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Become involved at CHEST 2021

CHEST 2021 Call for Abstracts & Case Reports Moderators is now open through September 30. Responsibilities include reviewing abstracts and case reports, facilitating discussion during sessions, and selecting award winners where applicable. Moderators will receive a reduced registration rate to CHEST 2021. Now is your chance to get involved in the biggest chest medicine event of the year!

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Exhibits and sponsorships

Take advantage of our online platform to connect with clinicians from around the globe. For more information, contact Josh Coe, Senior Manager, Exhibit and Sponsorship Sales, at 224-521-9582 or jcoe@chestnet.org.

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