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Taking place on 25 January, this ERS Vision Live panel discussion focuses on patient care in areas of conflict.
The expert panellists will be discussing key areas, including:
This event is free to access but registration is required.
Head of Pulmonology Department at the Coimbra University Hospital and Dean of Coimbra Medical School where he is Full Professor of Pulmonology.
President of the Portuguese Society of Pulmonology from 2010 to 2015 and Executive Committee member of the World Association of Sarcoidosis and Other Granulomatosis from 2011 to 2015.
Current ERS President.
Professor of the Department of Phthisiology and Pulmonology, Kharkiv National Medical University in Ukraine.
Together with the Research Center Borstel, in Germany, he is currently conducting a research project on the "Peculiarities of providing medical care to patients with tuberculosis during the war in Ukraine".
He is also carrying out a project in Ukraine with the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID, USA) on the topic of "Establishing TB Portal of Mycobacterium tuberculosis cases from Ukraine".
Head of the Department of Emergency Medicine of Shupyk National University of Healthcare of Ukraine (Kyiv, Ukraine).
Vice-president of Ukrainian Association of Emergency Medics and representative from Ukraine in UEMS group of Emergency medicine.
Specialist in neurology, emergency medicine.
Specialist in Anestesiology and competence in Emergency Medicine.
President of the Portuguese College of Emergency Medicine and chair of the Pré-Hospital Special interest Group of SESAM.
Council member of the European Society of Emergency Medicine and coordinator of Humanitarian support office of Portuguese Chamber of Physicians.
Specialist in General Practice and Family Medicine.
President of Diabetics Association in Alenquer region, Lisbon district.
Member of District Nucleus of National Association of Primary Care Units and of the Humanitarian support office of Portuguese Chamber of Physicians.