There is one week remaining to extend ATS 2022 learning through the On-Demand Highlights. Available through June 24, the virtual platform showcases some of the best scientific content from the ATS 2022 International Conference.
“I hope you enjoy the 33 scientific sessions recorded at the conference, industry presentations, and ePosters,” said ATS President Gregory P. Downey, MD, ATSF.
All in-person attendees at ATS 2022 received complimentary access to the On-Demand Highlights. Registration for the on-demand content only is available to those who were unable to attend the in-person conference in May.
The virtual platform provides convenient, on-demand access to popular scientific sessions, including Year in Review and Core Curriculum sessions; five industry presentations from leading companies in the field; and thousands of ePosters highlighting the latest discoveries in pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine.
Many of the scientific sessions included in the On-Demand Highlights offer Continuing Medical Education credit and Maintenance of Certification points.
As ATS 2022 programming comes to a close, planning for the next International Conference is already underway.
“It’s not too soon to think about ATS 2023,” Dr. Downey said. “We will be in Washington, D.C., from May 19-24.”
Scientific Sessions Included in the ATS 2022 On-Demand Highlights
- A1. Clinical Year in Review: Pulmonary Vascular Disease, Interstitial Lung Disease, Lung Cancer, and Pneumonia/Pulmonary Infections
- A6. #The Future of Telemedicine and Digital Health Care Innovations in Pediatric Sleep and Lung Disease
- A7. Next-Generation Tests for Tuberculosis: Hold My Smear
- A12. The Full Picture: Asthma as a Case Study in the Complexities of Exposure
- A82. Interstitial Lung Abnormalities: Catching the Bull Before It Destroys the Shop
- A83. Great Cases: Clinical, Radiologic, and Pathologic Correlations by Master Clinicians
- A87. Emerging Program Models for Pulmonary Rehabilitation
- A89. Asthma Beyond T2 Inflammation: Additional and Alternative Pathways for Severe Asthma
- B1. Clinical Year in Review 2: COPD, Asthma, Sleep Medicine, and Health Disparities in Pulmonary, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine
- B8. Addressing Challenges to Tobacco Treatment in the Setting of Screening and Treatment for Lung Cancer
- B10. Translational Approaches and Visualization of Disease Mechanisms in Pulmonary Hypertension
- B12. Clinical Trials Session
- B81. The Pediatric Year in Review
- B82. Critical Challenges and Compelling Questions for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
- B89. Pathways Towards Personalized Sleep Medicine: Integrating Endotypes, Medical Informatics, and Multi-Omics
- B92. The Past, Present, and Future of E-Cigarette or Vaping Associated Lung Illness (EVALI)
- C1. Clinical Year in Review 3: General Critical Care, Cystic Fibrosis, Sepsis, and Bronchiectasis
- C2. Pro/Con: Interstitial Lung Disease Diagnosis and Management
- C7. The Long-Term Effects of COVID-19 on Patients and Public Health
- C86. Big Data at the Bedside in Critical Care: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly
- C90. More Than Making Up for Lost Time: Career Development After COVID-19
- CC1. Critical Care Clinical Core Curriculum
- CC2. Pulmonary Clinical Core Curriculum
- CC3. Critical Care Clinical Core Curriculum
- CC4. Pulmonary Clinical Core Curriculum
- CC5. Sleep Clinical Core Curriculum
- CC6. Sleep Clinical Core Curriculum
- D1. Clinical Year in Review 4: Post-ICU Syndromes/Long COVID, Medical Education, Interventional Pulmonology, and ARDS
- D3. Conundrums in CTD-ILD
- D10. The Interplay Between Host Microbiome and Lung Microenvironment in the Pathogenesis of COPD and Lung Cancer
- PCC1. Pediatric Clinical Core Curriculum
- PCC2. Pediatric Clinical Core Curriculum
- PCC3. Pediatric Clinical Core Curriculum
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.