The ATS was one of seven specialty societies awarded a grant to increase COVID-19, influenza, and routine vaccination rates among high-risk adults in the U.S. Multiple sessions at the International Conference will address how providers can bolster vaccination adoption.
Stephen K. Klasko, MD, MBA, will deliver the keynote address of the Opening Ceremony. An expert on health care and leadership known for redefining benchmarks and promoting health equity, Dr. Klasko will share his vision for the future of medicine.
The International Participants Center is designed to enhance the International Conference experience while highlighting the ATS’s involvement in global health activities.
The youngest presenter at this year’s International Conference will be 17-year-old Alexandra Tombleson, who will discuss the validation of X-ray velocimetry with pneumotachograph to assess respiratory physiology.
The 14 Assemblies of the ATS will hold membership meetings during the International Conference. Meetings will take place Sunday and Monday evenings at the Marriott Marquis DC.
Patients, their families, and lung disease experts will exchange perspectives on vital health topics during the 17th annual ATS Public Advisory Roundtable Patients & Experts Forum. This year’s theme is “Pulmonary Health Care: Access for All.”
Washington, DC, is a city filled with unique history and culture. While it is mainly known for being the nation’s capital, there is likely much about Washington, DC, that International Conference attendees have yet to discover.
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