ERS Satellites 2024

Join us on 5 March for the seventh edition of the award-winning ERS Satellites. Registration will open soon.

“Over the past six years, the ERS Satellites event has become the ‘go to’ update for busy clinicians. Focused on four core respiratory conditions, the globally recognised speakers will address a spectrum of topics from basic and translational science to implementation in routine clinical practice – and this year we have a sub-theme of digital care.   ERS Satellites is delivered using live-streaming technology, so the sessions are accessible and it is easy to participate with questions and discussion as a virtual delegate.” – Prof. Hilary Pinnock, event co-chair


About the programme

The 2024 edition will be chaired by Prof. Dr Hilary Pinnock and Prof. Nicolas Roche and will feature a full-day programme focusing on:

  • COPD
  • Asthma
  • Bronchiectasis
  • Infections.

Each session will cover:

  • Disease mechanisms & understanding
  • State of the art (recent literature) & treatment approaches
  • Application of current knowledge & clinical perspective with cases


Registration for this event has not yet opened. More information will be available soon – please check back.

Revisit content from 2023

Session replays from ERS Satellites 2023 are available exclusively on the ERS Respiratory Channel.

Watch the highlights from the 2023 event

Comments from past delegates

“Seriously, this is the future of education.”

“Excellent interaction! The event truly exceeded my expectations, thank you!”

“Great combination of venue and online hub webcast.”

“It was brilliant, should happen more often.”

“It was very stimulating to hear and watch the talks from all over Europe, really felt like the speakers were in front of you all the time.”

“Wonderful event. Delighted to be part of history!”

“All the talks were excellent. The Q&A was outstanding.”


CME accreditation

This event has received official CME accreditation from the European Board for Accreditation in Pneumology (EBAP).

Note: The ERS Satellites programme has been created by the European Respiratory Society and there has been no external influence on the content or choice of speakers.