May 15

Take the ATS Walking Challenge

Stay active during the International Conference with the ATS Walking Challenge. The steps you take will help raise funds for the ATS Foundation Research Program and give you a chance to win prizes.

Conflict of Interest Disclosure Reminder

The ATS requires that all faculty members speaking at CME-accredited International Conference sessions prepare and show conflict of interest disclosure slides at the beginning of their presentations.

Lunch and Learn at Industry Theaters, Mini Theaters

ATS 2016 will deliver several Industry Theater and Mini Industry Theater discussions in the Exhibit Hall Sunday through Tuesday.

Debaters Tackle Three Sleep Controversies

Hear both sides of three much-discussed subjects debated during “Controversies in Sleep Medicine: Davids, Goliaths, and Some Blood on the Floor.”

Insights Brought to You by Physician, Patient Bloggers

Six physicians and patient advocates attending the ATS International Conference will share their experiences via the ATS Community on Facebook.

Support the Conference With #ATS2016

Join the conversation on Instagram and Twitter by tagging your photos and posts with #ATS2016. Follow these simple tips to make the most of all your updates.

Learning Opportunities Abound at Non-CME Symposia

The ATS encourages ATS 2016 attendees to participate in any of several Non-CME Symposia Sunday and Tuesday.

Assemblies and Sections Meet and Host Events

One of the best ways to get involved in the ATS is through your Assembly and/or Section.

Journal Editors Lead Forums

Editors from the Journal of the American Medical Association and the New England Journal of Medicine will share their insights during two Sunday forums.

Annual Forums to Focus on Diversity and Inclusivity

Two popular forums at ATS 2016 give attendees the opportunity to celebrate diversity and women in the fields of pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine.