Your Connection to the Community of Chest Medicine

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Enhance your mastery of mechanical ventilation

Stay current with the latest ventilator technology and techniques through our interactive simulation course.

EXPLORE THIS COURSE

 
Enhance your mastery of mechanical ventilation

Stay current with the latest ventilator technology and techniques through our interactive simulation course.

EXPLORE THIS COURSE

Simulation Course Topics: Airway | Bronchoscopy | Critical Care | ECMO | Mechanical Ventilation | Pulmonary Testing | Ultrasonography VIEW THE FULL SCHEDULE »

Simulation Course Topics: Airway | Bronchoscopy | Critical Care | ECMO | Mechanical Ventilation | Pulmonary Testing | Ultrasonography VIEW THE FULL SCHEDULE »

Showcase your research at CHEST 2022

Abstract and case report submissions accepted through March 31.

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Honor lecture submission deadline has been extended to February 7!
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Macy Lui, MBBS, FCCP
MEMBER HIGHLIGHT

Get to know Macy Lui, MBBS, FCCP

“I am ambitious and passionate about my career, and it is my aspiration to not stop at an average milestone that most achieve, but to pursue betterment and perfection in my practice as a chest medicine specialist. CHEST provides the best platform for learning, studying, and keeping myself updated. It also provides comprehensive networking opportunities for knowledge exchange.”

Now is the time to become a member of CHEST

Wherever you want to go in your career, we’ll help get you there. When you become a member of CHEST, you’ll get to connect with colleagues who are making a difference in your field while receiving benefits and discounts on all that we offer.

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SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY to join when registering for CHEST Simulation Courses. LEARN MORE »

New COPD clinical trial opportunity

CHEST is looking for principal investigators to match with a new clinical trial that will evaluate the efficacy, safety, and tolerability of itepekimab in patients with moderate-to-severe COPD. Let us know if you're interested in participating, and we'll reach out with more details.

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