CARE Perspectives on ATS 2017

Highlights of ATS 2017

Members of the CARE Respirology Faculty recently attended the ATS 2017 conference (Washington, DC, from May 19th –May 24th 2017).  

The CARE Perspectives Conference Report from ATS 2017 provides a summary of the most compelling stories and news presented at this event, and is augmented with additional perspectives from the CARE Respirology Faculty. 

The content that follows is written in the language in which it was presented and is adapted from the abstracts from ATS 2017.  Perspectives are provided by the CARE Respirology Faculty.

CARE Perspectives on ERS/NACF 2016

Highlights from ERS/NACF 2016

This issue of CARE Perspectives explores relevant abstracts and research presented at both the European Respiratory Society (ERS) & North American Cystic Fibrosis (NACF) conferences within the fields of cystic fibrosis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, non-CF bronchiectasis, asthma, chronic cough, and pneumonia. Content is further contextualized and framed from a Canadian perspective.  

We hope you find this valuable and stay tuned for more respiratory medicine updates in 2017!

 

CARE Perspectives on ATS 2016

Conference Report on Respirology

This issue of CARE Perspectives explores relevant abstracts and research presented at the ATS conference within the fields of cystic fibrosis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, non-CF bronchiectasis, asthma, pulmonary arterial hypertension, and biologics. Content is further contextualized and framed from a Canadian perspective.  

We hope you find this valuable and we look forward to seeing you at ERS 2016!

 

Hartmut Grasemann, MD, PhD
Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto
Professor, University of Toronto 



Drs. Felix Ratjen and Hartmut Grasemann on behalf of the CARE Respirology Faculty

This survey is being directed at Canadian respirologists who manage pediatric and/or adult patients who have Cystic Fibrosis (CF) and pulmonary disease. Please take a few moments to share your thoughts on the diagnosis and treatment. The responses will form the basis of a ‘statement of need’ for future education programs that may be eligible for CME credits. Your experience and insight are valuable.

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