Choose your experience: Orlando or online

Join us in person in Orlando or online from anywhere in the world. The choice is yours.

CHEST 2021 will be both an in-person and livestreamed event. We’re ready to welcome you back to the first in-person, large-scale learning event in chest medicine in over a year, adhering to strict health and safety policies. But if you’re not able to join us in person, CHEST 2021 will also be available as a livestreamed event. Both experiences will deliver the CHEST-branded education you expect.

Expert faculty presentations, simulated learning experiences, education games, and much more will be available to all participants. As always, CHEST 2021 will be team-focused, giving you the opportunity to learn and improve your skill sets as a team. Health care providers in all stages of their careers will benefit from knowledge updates and clinical research presentations.

We can’t wait to see you at CHEST 2021—in Orlando or online.

Attend with confidence

If you’re able to join us in person, rest assured we’ll have all the proper health and safety measures in place for COVID-19. The Orange County Convention Center is one of the first convention centers in the US to receive the Global Biorisk Advisory Council Star—recognized as the gold standard of safe venues. The convention center has been holding meetings safely, without incident, since July 2020 and will have their proven safety measures in place for CHEST 2021.

Everyone attending CHEST 2021 must have received an FDA-approved vaccination for COVID-19. This includes faculty, attendees, and all staff supporting the event. Social distancing guidelines will be enforced, and masks will be required at all times.

Attend with confidence

If you’re able to join us in person, rest assured we’ll have all the proper health and safety measures in place for COVID-19. The Orange County Convention Center is one of the first convention centers in the US to receive the Global Biorisk Advisory Council Star—recognized as the gold standard of safe venues. The convention center has been holding meetings safely, without incident, since July 2020 and will have their proven safety measures in place for CHEST 2021.

Everyone attending CHEST 2021 must have received an FDA-approved vaccination for COVID-19. This includes faculty, attendees, and all staff supporting the event. Social distancing guidelines will be enforced, and masks will be required at all times.

Chris Carroll

Message From CHEST Annual Meeting 2021 Co‑Chair

By: Chris Carroll, MD


A little over a year ago, none of us imagined we’d be where we are right now. The pandemic has deeply affected us all, and there have been so many losses, both professional and personal. I’m proud of how our CHEST community responded to the pandemic. The incredibly rapid pace of…

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Get involved — help plan the CHEST 2021 program

Get ready to compete in CHEST Challenge

Pulmonary and critical care medicine fellows-in-training can compete now in social media challenges and a knowledge quiz — for the opportunity to go head to head at CHEST 2021 to be declared champion. Do you and your team have what it takes?

GET STARTED

CHEST Challenge
CHEST Challenge

Get ready to compete in CHEST Challenge

Pulmonary and critical care medicine fellows-in-training can compete now in social media challenges and a knowledge quiz — for the opportunity to go head to head at CHEST 2021 to be declared champion. Do you and your team have what it takes?

GET STARTED

Exhibitor and sponsorship opportunities at CHEST 2021

For more information contact Josh Coe at jcoe@chestnet.org