Registration is now open for a robust, in-person conference at the ATS International Conference 2023! Scheduled for May 19-24 in Washington, DC, the leading respiratory health conference will gather thousands of physicians, investigators, registered nurses, advanced practice providers, respiratory therapists, and hospitalists from around the globe to learn, present, network, and forge collaborations to improve prevention, diagnosis, and care in thoracic medicine.
“We invite everyone to register to attend ATS 2023,” International Conference Committee Co-Chair Debra Boyer, MD, said. “Our program will balance the latest in scientific, clinical, and educational advances in pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine. In addition, our location in Washington, DC, allows us to engage with leaders in advocacy and public health.”
The U.S. capital has been a significant site for the ATS through the years. Washington, DC, was the first host city for the International Conference in 1905. While the ATS is planning an exciting and cutting-edge conference program packed with the latest science and innovations in thoracic care, attendees can start mapping out their trip by visiting the Official Tourism Site of Washington, DC, where they will find details on the sights and sounds of the city.
“As the world slowly returns to ‘normal,’ it is our great privilege to lead the programming and planning of a full in-person ATS International Conference in Washington, DC,” ICC Co-Chair Andrew J. Halayko, PhD, ATSF, said. “There will be a focus on the issues that affect how we work, live, deliver health care, and make new discoveries amid the most topical and pressing issues of the day, locally and globally.”
Additional details about ATS 2023 will be posted on the conference website as they become available.
Register for ATS 2023
Register today for the ATS 2023 International Conference! Don’t miss this opportunity to take part in the in-person conference, May 19-24 in Washington, DC. Join your colleagues to learn about the latest developments in pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine.