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Title: Early Career Members at the ERS International Congress 2017: highlights from the Assemblies
Authors: Kahn, Nicolas
Tomos, Ioannis
Andrianopoulos, Vasileios
Arikan, Husevin
van der Does, Anne
Almendros, Isaac
Bonvivi, Sara
Morgan, Ann
Nenna, Raffaella
Magouliotis, Dimitrios
Rutter, Matthew
De Soomer, Kevin
Nyberg, Andre
Lundell, Sara
Leceuvre, Katleen
Singanayagam, Aran
Bostantzoglou, Clementine
Karmouty-Quintana, Harry
De Brandt, Jana
Issue Date: 2017
Citation: Breathe (Sheffield), 13(4), p. e121-e129
Abstract: The 2017 ERS International Congress was, as always, well organised, providing participants with a good mixture of translational and clinical science. Early career members were very well represented in thematic poster, poster discussion and oral presentation sessions and were also actively involved in chairing sessions. The efforts of the Early Career Members Committee (ECMC) to increase the number of early career members included in the competence list (the list of early career members with an interest in being more actively involved in the society) paid off immensely, because the number of early career members registered improved hugely across all assemblies after the Congress. Several newly registered early career members have collated some highlights of the Congress for their assemblies, which should be of interest to all members. As assemblies 12 and 13 are new, there is no report from assembly 12 as there is not yet, at the time of writing, an early career member representative for this newly created assembly.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1942/25371
DOI: 10.1183/20734735.017617
ISSN: 1810-6838
Category: M
Type: Journal Contribution
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