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Eager "Interventional Pulmonology Fellows and Mentors" followers, have you marked your calendar for the AABIP Inaugural Conference yet? Make some space in your summer time to come to Denver, Colorado and meet your colleagues and role models, talk about mentoring and collaboration and learn about updates and new innovations. Don't forget: August 23-25 2018.
Don't miss today's webinar!!
The Interventional Pulmonology Fellows and Mentors page was founded in 2012, with interventional pulmonology (IP) fellows and their mentors in mind and was built with a mission to foster mentor-ship and collaboration among the IP community, inside and outside US. The initiative for the page development and its mission came from one of the past AABIP presidents, Dr. Daniel Sterman 5 years ago.
Today's AABIP webinar, lead by Dr. Sterman, rings true to the mission of this facebook page. Hope you can use this opportunity.
UPCOMING WEBINAR TOPICS
September 2017: “How to Build a Clinical Research Program in IP.” Lonny Yarmus, D.O., The Johns Hopkins Hospital
October 2017: “Role of IP in the Management of Massive Hemoptysis.” Arthur Sung, M.D., Stanford Medical Center...
November 2017: “Role of Advanced Practitioners in an IP Program.” Christine Argento, M.D., Northwestern Medical Center, and Kelsey Cameron PA-C., Yale New Haven Hospital
December 2017: “How to Build an Academic Career in IP.” Dan Sterman, M.D., NYU Lagone Medical Center
Don't forget to register......
AABIP FALL SCIENTIFIC SYMPOSIUM in Los Angeles
It is with great pleasure that we invite you to attend and participate in our AABIP Fall Scientific Symposium 2016 to be held Saturday October 22nd 2016 from 6:30 PM to 10:00, at The LINE Hotel, Wilshire and Normandie, 3515 Wilshire Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90010 (http://www.thelinehotel.com )
This symposium is designed to be a relaxed exchange of scientific ideas related to the practice of interventional pulmonology. All individuals with an interest are invited to attend and participate.
Format: The primary objective of this symposium is to encourage young IP investigators to present early project ideas with the goal to foster scientific discussion with active audience participation and advice/input from more seasoned IP scientists and researchers. The AABIP research committee encourages IP fellows and junior faculty to submit proposals for a clinical trial or investigation based on currently unmet data to guide evidence-based IP practice. There will be 4 proposal presentations. We are inviting anyone with a scientific proposal or idea to share and to present his/her proposal with a brief background followed by the clinical trial design. Each presentation should be approximately 10-12 minutes in length, relaxed, collegial, no more than 5 to 7 slides, and designed to stimulate thoughts, ideas, and feedback from the audience. To stimulate the discussion, the participant should conclude their presentation with relevant questions to promote discussion. We welcome and encourage a broad spectrum of research interests from basic science to clinical research. The emphasis will be for the audience and presenter to learn from each other, and hopefully offer guidance and potential collaboration. Descriptive, case studies/series will not be accepted. In addition, completed clinical trial projects will not be accepted as these projects are within the purview of the primary meeting, not this scientific symposium. No CME will be offered.
Awards: An award will be presented at the end of the evening for the overall best presentation of novel and interesting research proposal by a junior investigator.
Dress Code: You should dress appropriate to the weather in Los Angeles. Ties and suits are not expected. Jeans and sweaters are fine.
Refreshments: Food and beverages will be available.
Registration: Registration is required. For your convenience, registration is online.
View Program and Complete Registration at link below:
The American Association for Bronchology and Interventional Pulmonology invites you to participate in a free, live webinar:
“Percutaneous Tracheostomy - Patient Selection
Thursday, September 15th, 2016
7:00 pm- 8:00 pm Eastern Standard Time
This webinar is free to all AABIP members, no CME is offered.
Shaheen Islam, MD, Ph.D.
The Ohio State University
David Hsia, MD
Harbor-UCLA Medical Center
Russell Miller, MD
Naval Medical Center San Diego
40 minute presentation followed by live Q & A
Participate in the webinar by using the following link: https://imeet.com/AABIPXL/webinar