ERS 2023 - European Respiratory Society
ERS 2017 will be held between 9 and 13 September in Milan. The European Respiratory Society will convene at the Milano Congressi Congress Center (MiCo) where doctors, scientists and healthcare professionals will discuss current topics in the field of pulmonary and respiratory tract diseases.
Every breath counts
In keeping with the slogan “Every breath counts” the members of the ERS have made it their aim to increase the general public’s level of awareness of pulmonary and respiratory tract diseases. It is for this reason that experts from all over the world are to reconvene at ERS 2017 in order to share the knowledge they have acquired from their work in this field in the interests of scientific progress.
Agenda for ERS 2017
The agenda for ERS 2017 will focus on various key aspects relating to respiratory diseases, including:
- Pulmonary care
- Pediatric respiratory therapy
You can register for ERS 2017 on the official website of the European Respiratory Society where you can also find all the key information on current guidelines, abstracts and other publications.
ERS 2017 at the Milano Congressi Milan
ERS 2017 will be held at the Milano Congressi (MiCo) in Milan. Constructed in 1994 the MiCo is not only the largest congress centre in Europe but is also one of the most impressive buildings of its type in Europe. In addition to its spacious interior of contemporary design which can accommodate 18,000 visitors, it is above all the architecture of the building that is so striking. The translucent roof with an area of over 15,000 square metres that lies over the congress centre like a quilt was the creation of the architect, Mario Bellini, and is a real eye catcher in the cityscape of Milan.
The European Respiratory Society
The European Respiratory Society was founded in 1990 in London. Since then its annual congress has been one of the world’s most important meeting points in the field of research and the treatment of pulmonary and respiratory tract diseases.
The international members and participants of the ERS congress attach great importance to increasing awareness of pulmonary and respiratory tract diseases in order to improve the prevention, treatment and handling of respiratory diseases. Current topics and findings are therefore discussed every year at the congress in the course of which handbooks, guidelines, abstracts and reports relevant to the carrying out of research are developed.