Webinars

ERS Webinars provide up-to-date information on the daily practice of pulmonologists, respiratory scientists and allied health professionals in an accessible online format.

This free of charge distance learning series aims to improve knowledge-base and, ultimately, improve the overall quality of patient care. The information disseminated during ERS Webinars will introduce the basic concepts and established techniques rather than scientific work in progress.

ERS Webinars will provide you with the following benefits:

  • Latest practical updates on specific topics
  • Top subject matter experts presenting or chairing each webinar
  • ‘To the point’ information that focuses on the essentials
  • CME credits

Each ERS Webinar will consist of a one-hour interactive session, with a mix of lecture, case-based discussion, together with questions and answers dedicated timeslots.

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2008

Chronic Lung Disease after Premature Birth
E. Baraldi (Padova, Italy), M. Filippone (Padova, Italy)
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Outcomes for COPD pharmacological trials: from lung function to Biomarkers
M. Cazzola (Naples, Italy)
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Epidemiology of asthma do we reach the plateau?
E. von Mutius (Munich, Germany)
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What are the important questions in our approach to those with asthma?
M. Partridge (London, United Kingdom)
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The Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI), a promising partnership to deliver new medicines to patients
S-E. Dahlén (Stockholm, Sweden)
Multimedia filesSlide presentation
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Quality of life in lung cancer
F. Barlesi (Marseille, France)
Multimedia filesSlide presentation
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Polution the real culprit for asthma and COPD exacerbations
F. Chung (London, United Kingdom)
Multimedia filesSlide presentation
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May 29: New opportunities for clinical research consortia in Severe Asthma and COPD and what is required of a successful Expression of Interest for the 2008 IMI calls?
L. Fabbri (Modena, Italy)
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June 2: Quality of life and health status measurement in daily clinical practice
E. Juniper (Bosham, United Kingdom), T. van der Molen (Tjuchem, Netherlands)
Multimedia filesSlide presentation
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June 4: Ebus in staging lung cancer
V. Ninane (Brussels, Belgium)
Multimedia filesSlide presentation
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June 11: Dyspnea perception in bronchial diseases still an enigma
G. Scano (Firenze, Italy)
Multimedia filesSlide presentation
Multimedia filesSlide presentation
GERMAN: Genotyping and phenotyping of sarcoidosis
J. Muller-Quernheim (Freiburg, Germany)
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PORTUGUESE: Evolving concepts in asthma control
E. Pizzichini (Florianopolis, Brazil)
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ITALIAN: Management of acute respiratory failure
S. Nava (Pavia, Italy)
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FRENCH: Update on lung cancer
E. Brambilla (Grenoble, France), C. Brambilla (Grenoble, France)
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Wheezing disorders in preschool children
P. L. P. Brand (Zwolle, The Netherlands)
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