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Trainee Hub

As a chest medicine trainee, or a specialist transitioning out of training, we strive to provide you with access to personal and professional resources tailored to your career level. 

Our goals are to provide each member with the opportunities and resources necessary to become excellent teachers, clinicians, and scholars; to foster active participation and progress in our organization; and to develop exemplary ambassadors of CHEST at local, regional, and national levels.

With this in mind, the Trainee Hub features highlighted resources for each stage of your training.

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Trainee Resources - Medical Students and Residents Trainee Resources - Fellows-in-Training Early Career Professionals - Resources for Trainees

NEW CHEST 2020 Trainee Lounge Videos

Burnout in Medical Education and Beyond

Diversity and Inclusion in Training

Fail Fest: How Can I Learn to Succeed from Failure?

Recognizing your Imposter Syndrome: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prognosis

The Clinician Educator Portfolio: Strategies and Tips for Trainees Interested in a Career in Medical Education

Will Bronch for Food: Finding your First Job as a Pulmonary/Critical Care Physician

Get Social

Connect with CHEST and your colleagues on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat!

CHEST 2018 Severe Asthma Fellows e-Learning Course

Severe Asthma Fellows Course Highlights
Take advantage of CHEST's newest e-learning activity, based on the materials from the CHEST Annual Meeting 2018's Severe Asthma Fellows Course. Dive into relevant topics such as asthma immunology, phenotyping and biomarkers, and severe asthma mimickers, by following presentations from Drs. Monica Kraft, Jay Peters, Reynold Panettieri, and other pulmonary experts. This course is free to anyone with a CHEST account.

CHEST 2018 Trainee Recharge Lounge Presentation

Billing and Coding for Young Professionals — Joint Clinical Practice Committee Workshop

Google Hangouts On Air

The Training and Transitions Committee held Hangouts On Air, live presentations covering relevant topics to trainees throughout their career. 

The following presentations are available to view at your convenience from your computer, tablet, or phone.

Early Career Development: Tips for Academic and Community Practice
Length: 1 Hour

Speakers: Mauricio Danckers, MD, FCCP, May Lee, MD, FCCP, Joshua Smith, MD, and John Studdard, MD, FCCP

Work-Life Balance
Length: 30 minutes

Speakers: Gabriel Bosslet, MD, FCCP,  Subani Chandra, MD, FCCP, David Schulman, MD, MPH, FCCP, and Sarah Tapyrik, MD, FCCP

Life as a Fellow Blog

A series of "fellow life lessons" from members of the Trainee Work Group (current and previous trainees in leadership with CHEST):

Clinical Topics

Fellowship Topics

Health and Work/Life Balance Topics

End-of-Life Topics

Transition Topics

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