Thank you for joining us at CHEST 2020. While we weren’t able to meet in person, we were able to stay connected for a jam-packed meeting full of meaningful information, interactive education, entertainment, and networking in new ways.
We know CHEST may look a little different this year, and let’s be honest, you may look different too. (Think blazer on the top and pajamas on the bottom.) We promise that this year’s different will still be great! In fact, this year’s meeting is jam-packed with educational content and unique opportunities to customize your learning experience.
Game day is coming soon! Get ready to cheer on pulmonary and critical care medicine fellows-in-training as they compete to be number one in the CHEST Challenge Championship during CHEST Annual Meeting 2020, Tuesday, October 20, 6:00-7:00 pm CT.
Victor Test, MD, FCCP, Program Chair of CHEST Annual Meeting 2020, shares his thoughts on this year’s virtual event. Find out why he thinks the meeting, which has been completely reimagined, may be one of CHEST’s best yet, and take a deeper dive into what he’s looking forward to most.
Going virtual definitely has its perks: Hosting our exhibit hall in an online environment has given us the opportunity to approach Experience CHEST in a bigger and better way than ever before!
- Case studies illustrate differences in interstitial lung diseaseThe secondary pulmonary lobule is the smallest visible end unit of the lung, making it a key component to understand when reviewing CT imagery.
- Bone Lecture reviews significant advances in sepsis careEmanuel Rivers, MD, MPH, FCCP, the 2020 presenter of the Roger C. Bone Memorial Lecture in Critical Care paid special tribute to the lecture’s namesake.
- CHEST 2020: By the NumbersNearly 7,000 registrants from around the world participated in the CHEST Annual Meeting 2020. Over 4 days, attendees had access to more than 250 live and on-demand sessions featuring the most important and up-to-date clinical, basic, and translational science in chest medicine.