Frequently Asked Questions
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What dates did the Conference take place on?
The Conference took place on 25 & 26 May 2021
What date do the Masterclasses take place on?
The first master class – How to ventilate non-invasively in a DGH: Acute & Chronic NIV – takes place on 9 July 2021. More details can be found on the main Conference website.
If I have registered for the online conference, can I access the talks after 26 May?
The talks will be available for one month after the Conference for registered attendees only.
Will I get access to the speaker presentations from the web conference?
Anyone that has registered to watch the web conference will be provided with access to the speaker presentations, where speakers have agreed.
Is access to the talks free?
Access to the talks through this website is free to registered attendees of the Conference
How do I access the web videos?
You will receive a password to access the registration page for the Talks if you attended the online conference. Once registered you will have access to all the videos posted on this website.
We continue to closely monitor COVID-19 and implement safety measures as necessary to limit the risk to our participants and to our patients.
The main conference online again this year. The updated web preliminary programme will be available to view soon and promises to provide attendees with essential updates for respiratory professionals.
Over the period of 6 years, the conference has gained an excellent reputation among practicing general and respiratory paediatricians and clinical academics as the premiere forum for sharing new information in all areas of paediatric pulmonology. The conference has become a great annual tradition for paediatricians with interest in respiratory medicine and is now the largest gathering of paediatric respiratory professionals in the EU.
The conference faculty comprises of paediatricians, leading specialists, researchers and academics from all over the world, bound by the common purpose of improving the management of our children and young patients. The conference hopes to stimulate thinking of health care professionals and teach new ideas through session and networking with peers.
Whilst this was not our first choice, it remains the safest choice for all of us, and we are hugely excited to be able to continue to deliver some world-class programming on paediatric respiratory medicine.
We hope you can support this important learning event both online in 2021 and in person in 2022.