Colleagues With Common Interests Converge

The International Poster Sessions provide an opportunity for clinicians and scientists from various parts of the world to network, promote research, and showcase abstracts.

The connections you make at ATS 2016 can lead to long-lasting collaborations with colleagues. Among the many opportunities to connect and learn from your peers is to participate in Special Interest Group Meetings and Poster Sessions.

Special Interest Group Meetings
For those interested in advancing a specific area of knowledge, Special Interest Group Meetings at ATS 2016 are conveniently around the corner. Groups include:

  • Pulmonary/Critical Care and Sleep Medicine Professionals of South Asian Sub-Continent Origin (SASCO) Supported by Meda Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
  • Pulmonary & Critical Care Network Veterans Administration
  • Neonatal and Developing Lung Supported by a grant from Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals
  • Dental Sleep Medicine
  • LGBTQ and Allies
  • Infant and Preschool Lung Function
  • Integrative Therapies
  • Pulmonary Complications and Late Effects of Childhood Cancer Therapy

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Poster Sessions
For clinicians and scientists interested in connecting with colleagues worldwide, the International Poster Sessions has the following presentations:

  • International Poster Colloquium (MECOR)
  • Canadian Poster Session (CTS)
  • Asian Pacific Society of Respirology and International Society of Respiratory Disease Poster Session (ALAT-ISRD)
  • Current Practice and Future Developments in Aerosol Medicine (ISAM)
  • American and Turkish Sister Society Session: Highlights From Turkey (TTS)
  • Buenos Dí­as, ATS (ALAT-SEPAR)

No RSVP needed. For times and locations, visit the conference website.

Register for the ATS-APCCMPD-PEPTDA Forum
Attendees involved in clinical education are invited to attend the ATS, Association of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Program Directors (APCCMPD), and Pediatric Pulmonology Training Directors Association (PEPTDA) the ATS-APCCMPD-PEPTDA Forum. The forum will be from 1 to 4 p.m. on Saturday, May 14, and topics include:

  • Putting Your Learners First
  • Fellow as the Teacher
  • Enhancing Your Teaching With Technology
  • 2016 Innovation in Fellowship Education Award Winner Presentation
  • Bridging the Gap From UME to GME With Milestones
  • How to Get Buy-in as a Medical Educator

Registration is $25 and includes lunch. Visit the registration website to secure your spot.

Please contact Eileen Larsson with any questions.

Other Networking Opportunities
Check out more networking opportunities, including those at the Center for Career Development; Clinicians Center; Science and Innovation Center; International Participants Center; Assembly Meetings, receptions, and dinners; and others areas.

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