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Trainee Resource Hub

As a chest medicine trainee, or a specialist transitioning out of training, we strive to provide you with access to personal and professional resources tailored to your career level. 

Our goals are to provide each member with the opportunities and resources necessary to become excellent teachers, clinicians, and scholars; to foster active participation and progress in our organization; and to develop exemplary ambassadors of CHEST at local, regional, and national levels.

With this in mind, the Trainee Hub features highlighted resources for each stage of your training.

Click an image below to view resources available.

Trainee Resources - Fellows-in-Training Trainee Resources - Medical Students and Residents Trainee Resources - Transitioning out of Fellowship

Connect with more resources by downloading our Trainee Resources e-Book below and make sure to visit the Trainee Opportunities page to see how CHEST membership can benefit you.

What's New

Practical Tips to Make a Physician a Good Business Person

View two resources from lawyer, Bruce Armon, who presented in the Trainee Recharge Lounge at CHEST 2017.

Hangouts On Air

The Training and Transitions Committee is happy to introduce Hangouts On Air. Hangouts On Air are live 30-minute presentations that covers relevant topics to trainees throughout their career.

The following presentation is available to view at your convenience from your computer, tablet, or phone.

Work-Life Balance
Speakers: Gabriel Bosslet, MD, FCCP, Chair, Training and Transitions Committee; David Schulman, MD, MPH, FCCP; Subani Chandra, MD, FCCP; Sarah Tapyrik, MD, FCCP

Keep an eye out for our upcoming live presentations!

Residents: Your Fellowship Questions are Answered

Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellow Program Directors have your answer to common questions asked by residents preparing for the fellowship application process.

Click a topic below to view each video.

Life as a Fellow Blog

A series of "fellow life lessons" from members of the Trainee Work Group (current trainees in leadership with CHEST):

2017 Blog Series

2016 Blog Series

2015 Blog Series

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