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Recognized around the world as the authority in clinical chest medicine, the meeting will feature a learning program in pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine. Essential updates on patient care and practice management strategies will be presented using a variety of instructional formats, including hands-on simulation, case- and problem-based presentations, small-group interactive discussions, self-study opportunities, and more.
Submit your ideas for topics and faculty. Topic suggestions that support the ACCP vision and mission to promote the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of chest diseases will be considered.
The program committee would like topic suggestions to fully represent the CHEST 2013 education curriculum. Review the Topic Submissions Chart to see what topic areas are needed to help develop a relevant and well-rounded education program.
In addition, the program committee is especially interested in clinical topics and education that focus on:
These areas are only examples of what the program committee is looking for, not an all-inclusive list. The committee invites submissions from additional clinical areas. Refer to the Instructions for Topic Submission to learn what is required for submission.
Each year during the annual CHEST meeting, the ACCP honors physicians who are making significant or meritorious contributions to chest medicine. Physicians are recognized for advancing work in chest medicine, mentorship and training, furthering the work of the ACCP, and more.
Nominations for the CHEST 2013 Honor and Memorial Awards and Lectures are being accepted now. Review the list of awards and lectures, then nominate colleagues who should be recognized for their distinguished work.