The Early Origins of Lung Disease: TSANZSRS2016


6 Oct 2015

Breakfast with the editors, a master class on bronchial provocation testing, the challenges of running a randomised trial, and dinner with your colleagues in a Hi-Vis vest are just some of the things to look forward to at next year’s TSANZSRS Annual Scientific Meeting.

Because registrations have just opened for the conference meeting, themed ‘The Early Origins of Lung Disease’,  that will take place at the Perth Convention Centre from April 1-6 2016.

Organised and hosted by Chris O’Dea and Peter Noble session highlights include symposia on new ways to improve lung function from childhood into adulthood; phenotypes of asthma in children; and the management of pneumonia as well as vaccine preventable respiratory disease.

A Master Class will concentrate on bronchial provocation testing with ANZSRS host, John Brannan.

Interactive case-based sessions will be held for clinicians on multiple topics including pleural and pulmonary vascular disease.

A concluding plenary will focus on the challenges and opportunities of running Randomised Clinical Trials.

For tips on getting your data published in respiratory journals you can breakfast with the editors (this editors note: this session was really good (and popular) last year!)

And apparently there is time to “dust off your Hi-Vis attire for a bit of mining and construction dinning (we’re intrigued).

It all sounds great, and we will definitely see you there. We also promise to bring you a more in-depth conference preview nearer the time.

So as they say, the early bird catches the worm… you can register here. The early bird offer ends on 2nd February.

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