Your Connection to the Community of Chest Medicine

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CHEST 2024 | October 6 to 9 | Boston, Massachusetts

Register today for CHEST 2024

Join us in Boston, October 6 to 9, for the educational event of the year! Choose from 300+ sessions addressing the issues most relevant to your clinical practice.
Save $200 if you register by July 15.


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Stay up-to-date with the latest in pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine

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Hands-on training in invasive and noninvasive ventilation

Get leading-edge updates on best practices, including strategies to mitigate recent home respiratory care product discontinuations. APPs receive an additional discount off the list price. Get early bird pricing if you register by June 23!


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Join CHEST and take advantage of your membership benefits

CHEST brings together everything clinicians need for their careers, all in one place. A CHEST membership allows you to invest your time efficiently by offering comprehensive career resources for each stage of your career—from training through post-retirement.


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Nauman Chaudary, MBBS, FCCP

Get to know Nauman Chaudary, MBBS, FCCP

"CHEST is one of the best organizations that has so many areas to enhance one’s career—which is so comforting to know as a chest physician. The whole community is very welcoming, informative, and enjoyable."

Hear more from Dr. Chaudary »

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Raise awareness about your clinical trials with a critical audience

Industry companies are invited to share information about their clinical trials at CHEST 2024 in Boston. Recruit principal investigators/sites, reach clinicians who can help recruit or refer patients, and address the need for diversity in clinical trials by capturing the attention of our broad audience of pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine clinicians.


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