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Hindsight Is 20/20 – What We’ve Learned About COVID-19

Part I: Thursday, December 3, at 3 pm CT
Part II: Thursday, December 10, at 3 pm CT
Part III: Thursday, December 17, at 3 pm CT

While there is still much unknown about COVID-19, the medical community has made significant strides throughout 2020 in its understanding of this disease, as well as how health-care systems can adapt to better care for patients. In this three-part webinar series, hear from clinicians who have spent months on the COVID-19 front lines about what we've learned and how far we have come.

"Part I: Systems of Care" will cover changes to systems/ICU organization, visitation and family-centered care, and medical education.

"Part II: Bedside Care" will examine the evolution of critical care management, respiratory support strategies, COVID-19-targeted therapies, and treatment of venous thromboembolism.

"Part III: Ethics, Research, and Communication" will explore the ethics of care in crisis, conducting research during a pandemic, and how science communications have changed.

Attend any one webinar or all three. Don't miss this opportunity to connect with the experts and get answers to your questions about COVID-19.

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ON-DEMAND CONTENT

Managing COVID-19 in Special Populations

Recorded: November 12, 2020

The management of COVID-19 in certain patient populations requires special considerations. In this webinar, join our experts for a discussion on COVID-19 care for patients with autoimmune disease, pregnant women, and patients with malignancies.

This program was made possible by an independent grant from Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc., who provided financial support for the program.

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COVID-19 Care in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

Recorded: November 5, 2020

We are all aware of the difficulties of COVID-19 in the United States, and previous CHEST webinars have featured speakers from some of the country’s hardest-hit areas. However, the US has an advantage in that financial resources are abundant. In this webinar, some of the world’s leading intensivists from low- and middle-income countries discuss the special challenges that they have faced on the COVID-19 front lines, talk about what their countries are doing to combat the disease, and explore the impact of COVID-19 on their flu season as they are emerging from winter into spring.

This program was made possible by an independent grant from Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc., who provided financial support for the program.

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The COVID-19 News You Need From CHEST 2020

Recorded: October 29, 2020

This year’s CHEST Annual Meeting program featured a wide variety of sessions designed to keep clinicians up-to-date on the latest COVID-19 science and patient care. Listen as a panel of experts discusses highlights, key takeaways, and important insights from the COVID-19 presentations at CHEST 2020.

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Lung Transplantation in the Era of COVID-19

Recorded: October 8, 2020

This webinar discusses various aspects of lung transplantation in the era of COVID-19, including lung transplantation donation during COVID-19, the management and outcome of lung transplant recipients with COVID-19, and lung transplantation for COVID-19-related respiratory failure.

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Living 6 Feet Apart: Experiences With COVID-19 From the CF Community

Recorded: September 24, 2020

Infection prevention is not a new concept for the cystic fibrosis (CF) community, but COVID-19 is different. This webinar highlights how the CF Foundation, the Care Center Network, patients, and families partnered together in response to the challenges of life during a pandemic.

Critical Care, Pulmonary, and Sleep Medicine Coding and Billing During the Pandemic and Beyond

Recorded: September 17, 2020

COVID-19 created unprecedented challenges, which led to innovative and expanded clinical services. This webinar highlights opportunities in pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine with associated coding and billing requirements in 2020 and some anticipated changes for 2021.

How Do I Know It’s COVID-19? A Discussion About Available Testing Strategies and Future Directions

Recorded: September 10, 2020

As COVID-19 has spread across the world, the ability to understand the spread of the virus in our communities, as well as diagnose the patient right in front of us, has been a challenge. Molecular, antigen, and antibody tests are now widely available, and the FDA recently approved the SalivaDirect test, which offers a rapid and inexpensive option for testing. Hear from the experts about the current state and future directions for testing for COVID-19.

Lung Cancer Diagnosis and Management During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Recorded: September 3, 2020

In this webinar, learn how to manage patients with suspected or confirmed lung cancer during the COVID-19 pandemic. A multidisciplinary panel of speakers discuss diagnosis and staging, alterations to standard treatment strategies, and more.

Teaching Through Chaos: Fellowship Learning During Pandemic Surges

Recorded: August 27, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted many aspects of American life, and postgraduate medical education is not an exception. PCCM fellowship directors and their fellows discuss the challenges and opportunities, setbacks, and innovations.

COVID-19 Clinical Trial Update: Drugs, Vaccines, and Thrombosis

Recorded: August 20, 2020

The pace of COVID-19 research continues to move at an unprecedented speed. In this webinar, expert panelists present the current state of high-quality data for the practicing clinician.

COVID-19 in Rural America: Challenges, Solutions, and Tele-ICU Support

Recorded: August 13, 2020

This webinar outlines the challenges of providing critical care to rural/resource-constrained America and additional issues faced due to COVID-19 as experienced in rural New England and Texas. Experts provide support solutions for patients and providers, including the use of tele-ICU in these settings.

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