Pediatrics and Sleep Disorders Lineup at ATS 2023

The ATS 2023 International Conference offers a robust scientific program highlighting the cutting-edge advancements in pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine. This includes several Postgraduate Courses, Scientific Symposia, and Meet the Expert Sessions addressing new developments and considerations in pediatrics and sleep disorders, as listed below. For more information on these and other sessions to be presented May 19–24 in Washington, DC, visit the online Program Itinerary.

  • PG3. Pediatric Sleep-Related Breathing Disorders: State of the Art and Current Best Practices
  • PG10. Quitting Is Winning: Tobacco and E-Cigarette Cessation
  • PG13. Huffing and Puffing: Best Practice and State of the Art in CPET and PFT
  • A8. Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia Across the Lifespan
  • A10. Asthma Hot Topic 2023: Which “ICS Plus Bronchodilator” Reliever for Which Patient?
  • A11. Caring for Historically Marginalized Patients: Ethical, Legal and Advocacy Primer for Providers
  • A12. Publication to Empowerment — Transitioning Science into Environmental Justice Advocacy
  • A81. Pediatric Year in Review
  • A89. Can Environmental Interventions Change the Social Determinants of Health?
  • A90. Myths or Truths: Controversies in Respiratory Medicine, the New Frontier
  • B6. Non-Pap Alternatives for OSA: From Accepted to Revolutionary
  • B12. ATS Clinical Practice Guidelines: Clinical Practice on the Cutting Edge
  • B83. Why Yes, You Can Ski with Your Ventilator! Using Technology to Keep NIV/IMV Ventilator Dependent Patients Active and Engaged in Their Communities
  • B87. Controversies in Pediatric Obstructive Sleep Apnea: A Pro/Con Debate
  • C3. Pediatric Clinical Chest Rounds
  • C6. Disparities in Respiratory Genomics Research: Strategies to Advance Science and Clinical Care
  • C10. Opioid Use Disorder, Sleep Deficiency, and Ventilatory Control: Bidirectional Mechanisms and Therapeutic Targets
  • C11. Advancing Clinical Issues to ATS and Capitol Hill: The Oxygen Therapy Exemplar
  • C12. Immunology in Context: Mechanisms and Biomarkers that Determine Viral Disease Severity
  • C85. A Path Towards a More Diverse and Inclusive Workforce
  • D7. Want to Be an Advocate for Lung Health? Learn From Success!
  • D9. It’s About Time! The Circadian Clock in Lung Disease, From Bench to Bedside
  • D85. Early Life Environmental Exposures, Epigenetics, and Asthma Development
  • D89. OSA-Associated Inflammation and Comorbidities: Causes and Consequences
  • MTE2. Is Obstructive Sleep Apnea Affecting My Brain; Lessons From Bench to Bedside
  • MTE4. Caring for Children Who Receive Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation for Non-Malignant Indications
  • MTE9. Outpatient Management of the Chronically Ventilated Child
  • MTE13. Media & Me: How to Communicate Science and Health Through Different Media Sources
  • MTE17. Severe Childhood Asthma: When to Use Biologics and What to Do If They Fail
  • MTE27. Smart Therapy and Allergic Immunotherapy in New Asthma Guidelines: Pros and Cons
  • MTE30. Obesity Hypoventilation Syndrome: Clinical Approach
  • MTE33. Lung Molecular Atlas Program Human Tissue Core (Lungmap HTC)
  • MTE35. Engaging Partners to Promote Adherence to CPAP Treatment
  • MTE45. Central Sleep Apnea, Pathophysiological Classification and Related Management
  • MTE50. Controversies in the Management of Patients with CCHS: Updates in Management
  • MTE53. What Are the Reasons for the Negative Results of RCTS in OSA

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.