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. A curated list of clinical and scientific sessions related to these topics also is available on the conference website. 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
  • A8. Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia Across the Lifespan
  • MTE4. Caring for Children Who Receive Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation for Non-Malignant Indications
  • CC1. Sleep Medicine Clinical Core Curriculum
  • MTE9. Outpatient Management of the Chronically Ventilated Child
  • MTE13. Media & Me: How to Communicate Science and Health Through Different Media Sources
  • A81. Pediatric Year in Review
  • A90. Myths or Truths: Controversies in Respiratory Medicine, the New Frontier
  • B4. Fail Smarter and Learn Faster: Moving Beyond Bystander Training to Organizational Strategies to Reinforce the DEI Pipeline in Pulmonary and Critical Care
  • B6. Non-Pap Alternatives for OSA: From Accepted to Revolutionary
  • B7. Sickle Cell Lung Disease Across the Lifespan: Where Are We Now?
  • B8. Beyond the Lungs: Extrapulmonary Manifestations of Pulmonary Vascular Disease
  • MTE17. Severe Childhood Asthma: When to Use Biologics and What to Do If They Fail
  • CC2. Critical Care Clinical Core Curriculum
  • PCC1. Pediatric Clinical Core Curriculum
  • B81. Nursing Year in Review — We Can’t Wait: Assuring a Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Nursing Workforce
  • B83. Why Yes, You Can Ski with Your Ventilator! Using Technology to Keep NIV/IMV Ventilator Dependent Patients Active and Engaged in Their Communities
  • B84. Next Generation Critical Care Trials: From Pragmatic Trials to Precision Medicine
  • B86. Precision Medicine in Pneumonia
  • B87. Controversies in Pediatric Obstructive Sleep Apnea: A Pro/Con Debate
  • B90. Improving the Diagnosis and Management of Pediatric Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome
  • CC3. Sleep Medicine Clinical Core Curriculum
  • C1. Clinical Year in Review 3
  • C3. Pediatric Clinical Chest Rounds
  • C10. Opioid Use Disorder, Sleep Deficiency, and Ventilatory Control: Bidirectional Mechanisms and Therapeutic Targets
  • C84. Cardiac Arrest: New Science and Changing Guidelines
  • PCC2. Pediatric Clinical Core Curriculum
  • C88. Biological Impact of COVID-19 Across the Lifespan
  • C92. ATS President’s Symposium: Early Life Determinants (Antecedents) of Adult Lung Disease
  • D7. Want to Be an Advocate for Lung Health? Learn From Success!
  • MTE50. Controversies in the Management of Patients with CCHS: Updates in Management
  • PCC3. Pediatric Clinical Core Curriculum
  • D85. Early Life Environmental Exposures, Epigenetics, and Asthma Development
  • D89. OSA-Associated Inflammation and Comorbidities: Causes and Consequences

Don’t Miss ATS 2024 Highlights: On Demand

Don’t forget that ATS 2024 Highlights: On Demand are available to all conference registrants! On Demand will give you access to the Opening Ceremony, Plenary Session, Keynote Series, Clinical Year in Review, Adult Clinical Core Curriculum, and so much more. The topics will cover ILD, asthma, health equity, and CF, to name just a few. On Demand content will be accessible to all ATS 2024 full conference and On Demand registrants until March 2025.