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Learning & Events

With a world-renowned faculty, state-of-the-art training facility, and an advanced clinical training curriculum, you can trust that CHEST will keep your knowledge set on the cutting-edge of chest medicine.

In-person simulation courses

Hands-on and interactive—experience some of the most valuable, expert-led training we offer. Learn the latest in mechanical ventilation, ultrasonography, bronchoscopy, and more to enhance your practice.

BROWSE COURSES

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In-person simulation courses

Hands-on and interactive—experience some of the most valuable, expert-led training we offer. Learn the latest in mechanical ventilation, ultrasonography, bronchoscopy, and more to enhance your practice.

BROWSE COURSES

CHEST 2021

CHEST Annual Meeting 2021

While we had hoped we could gather in person this year, CHEST 2021 will move to a fully online experience. We can’t wait to welcome you to the most immersive, engaging educational event in chest medicine—coming to you online this fall.

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Upcoming events

22
SEPT
WEBINAR

Robotic Navigational Bronchoscopy: Incorporating New Technology Into a Thoracic Oncology Program

Date: Wednesday, September 22
Time: 4:30 pm CT

This multidisciplinary forum will address the value and operational elements of robotic navigational bronchoscopy within a thoracic oncology program. The discussion will include program building, imaging, care pathways, workflow, and outcomes. This CHEST webinar is sponsored by Intuitive.

Moderator: Patrick Ross, Jr, MD, FCCP
Panelists: Matthew Bott, MD, and Vru Patel, MD

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30
SEPT
ONLINE EVENT

Coping Together: Building a Community of Support

Date: Thursday, September 30
Time: 3 pm CT

Pulmonary and critical care clinicians continue to bear some of the heaviest burdens of the COVID-19 pandemic. All too often, though, we bear these burdens in solitude. In this session, we invite practicing clinicians to come together in a safe, open environment to discuss their experiences with one another in small groups, facilitated by CHEST members who are also working at the bedside in the pandemic. This session will not be recorded; cameras are optional, and you are welcome to use your name or stay anonymous as you wish. We only ask that you maintain respect for patient privacy and respect for each other during this session.

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12
OCT
SPONSORED WEBINAR

Critical Advancements: Daytime OSA Therapy: Intraoral Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation (NMES) and Its Mechanism of Action

Date: Tuesday, October 12, 2021
Time: 2 pm CT

Brandon Nokes, MD, and Joshua Lennon, MD, will discuss new evidence regarding eXciteOSA’s mechanism of action and the first patient experiences with integrating this technology into clinical practice as a potential first-line therapy for obstructive sleep apnea.

Disclaimer: All opinions expressed and information provided as part of this program are those of the presenters only. The content of this program has not been reviewed by CHEST, and CHEST does not endorse or take any position regarding the contents, opinions, or information associated with this program.

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