Inaugural Australian Rare Lung Disease Short Course – Registration open & program available for viewing
Inaugural Australian Rare Lung Disease Short Course to be held in Sydney 9th-10th August 2013.
REGISTRATION and ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS NOW OPEN – Numbers are strictly limited.
The 1.5 day short course co-hosted by the Thoracis Society of Australia & New Zealand (TSANZ) and Lung Foundation Australia as part of their Pulmonary Interstitial Vascular Organisational Taskforce (PIVOT) initiative will focus on diagnosis and therapy for Interstitial Lung Disease and scientific research.
Presentations will be given by international speaker Professor Vincent Cottin from the University of Lyon, France and leading Australian specialists in Interstitial Lung Disease.
The Australian Rare Lung Disease Short Course 2013 program is now available below. To download a copy click on the scientific program posted below:
Included with your registration to the short course is a Gala Dinner to be held on the Friday night (9th August 2013) at the Intercontinental Hotel. The dinner will be a great social and networking opportunity to meet and catch up with colleagues who share your interest in Rare Lung Disease in Australia.
Due to the intriguing and educational program, it is anticipated the conference will attract clinicians, physicians, advanced trainees and scientists involved in interstitial and idiopathic lung disease including:
- Advanced Trainees;
- Clinical Scientists; and
The format for this short course will be multidisciplinary and interactive. Attendance numbers are strictly limited to 120 delegates. REGISTRATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED ON A FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED BASIS, PER REGISTRATION CATEGORY. Please register early to avoid disappointment.
For those wanting to stay at the Intercontinental Hotel a special rate has been provided for attendees. To take advantage of this offer you can download the Intercontinental Hotel Sydney booking form here.
Abstracts are now open for submission and the abstract submission form can be downloaded here.
Abstract submissions close 20 June 2013.
For further information please contact the Event Manager – Nigel McPaul at firstname.lastname@example.org
This event is a joint venture by:
as an initiative of Lung Foundation Australia's
Proudly sponsored by