Postgraduate courses

These courses provide medical practitioners with the opportunity to align their current procedures with the latest clinical best practice. The courses are linked to specific modules of the Harmonised Education in Respiratory Medicine for European Specialists (HERMES) syllabus.

These lecture-based sessions include dedicated time for interaction between participants and faculty. Participants will have the opportunity to put knowledge into practice by taking part in group tasks led by the faculty.

The maximum number of participants is 100 per session. 

Registration for these courses is additional to the congress registration fee and is priced as follows:

Type of course

Early-bird registration fee

(deadline - July 5th 00:00 CET)

Standard registration fee

On-site registration fee

  ERS MEMBER ERS NON MEMBER* ERS MEMBER ERS NON MEMBER* ERS MEMBER ERS NON MEMBER*
Half-day course €95 €116 €125 €153 €140 €171
Full-day course €155 €189 €200 €244 €220 €268
PG17 €25 €31 €35 €43 €40 €49

*Registration fees including 22% VAT on NON MEMBERS categories

Please note: The early bird fees will be maintained for the entire registration period for all junior members and delegates from low-income countries.

SATURDAY, 09 SEPTEMBER

FULL-DAY POSTGRADUATE COURSE

  • 09:30-17:30
  • PG1 Lung cancer. More information coming soon 

MORNING POSTGRADUATE COURSES

AFTERNOON POSTGRADUATE COURSES

  • 14:00-17:30
  • PG12 Life-threatening pulmonary infections. More information
  • PG13 Sleep-disordered breathing: diagnosis and therapy. More information
  • PG14 Smoking cessation in patients with respiratory diseases. More information
  • PG15 Asthma stratification. More information
  • PG16 Transition of children and adolescents into adult care. More information
  • PG17 Infectious disease challenges in community-acquired pneumonia and tuberculosis: improving your clinical practice. More information
  • PG18 Targeting the locomotor and respiratory muscles in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: novel interventional tools and rehabilitation strategies. More information
  • PG19 In vitro models of the pulmonary epithelium: beyond simple culture. More information
  • PG20 Lung transplantation. More information
  • PG21 Self-management in chronic respiratory diseases. More information