Posts on topic NetWorks

Getting the Most Out of CHEST 2019: A Trainee’s Guide

October 14, 2019 by twilkinson

October 11, 2019 by Casey Cable, MD, MSc Create connections and contactsHave a planEngage in NetWorksSocial mediaTrainee topics The CHEST meeting is an exciting experience! However, it can be overwhelming as a resident or fellow. There are so many engaging events packed into just a few days. To [Read more...]

Category: CHEST 2019

Related Topics: NetWorks, Social Media, Trainee


Experience of a Young Investigator – Jason Ackrivo, MD

February 15, 2018 by Vanessa Claude

Every year CHEST accepts submissions for original research abstracts to be presented at our annual meeting. Jason Ackrivo, MD, was chosen to present his abstract at our CHEST 2017 meeting in Toronto, as well as receive the Young Investigator Award. He also had the opportunity to present his [Read more...]

Category: CHEST 2018

Related Topics: Abstracts, NetWorks, Submissions


Women’s Health NetWork Featured Lecture

September 22, 2016 by CHEST Guest Writer

The cardiovascular consequences of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) in women may seem like a strange topic for the Womens’s Health NetWork featured lecture at CHEST 2016. This is mostly because OSA has historically been considered a disease of obese middle-aged men, and OSA is at least twice more [Read more...]

Category: CHEST 2016

Related Topics: CHEST Meeting, NetWorks


NetWork Featured Lecture: Using Big Data to Detect Clinical Deterioration

July 25, 2016 by CHEST Guest Writer

Every day, companies like Google, Amazon, Facebook, and Netflix are using data to better care for their customers, to personalize ads and recommendations, and ultimately, to make money. They pull any data they can get their hands on and push them through modern machine-learning algorithms to create accurate [Read more...]

Category: CHEST 2016

Related Topics: CHEST Meeting, NetWorks


Be Part of the Biggest Competition at CHEST 2016: NetWorks Challenge

May 10, 2016 by CHEST Guest Writer

There’s nothing wrong with a little friendly competition, especially when it benefits the chest medicine community and supports the CHEST Foundation. The CHEST Foundation’s mission is to champion lung health by supporting clinical research grants, community service grants, and patient education. You can help! Let your competitive side [Read more...]

Category: CHEST 2016

Related Topics: NetWorks


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