The Virtual academy of paediatric respiratory medicine is intended to provide a comprehensive overview of each of the major fields of paediatric respiratory medicine based on the HERMES syllabus. This academy is aimed at all paediatric respiratory professionals wishing to update their knowledge, particularly those preparing for the European examination in paediatric respiratory medicine. The programme is designed to challenge participants and provide a learning framework, and includes interactive case-based sessions and discussions, lectures with key updates in the field, Q&A for participants, and a broad selection of pre-recorded lectures.
This course has been accredited with 17 CME credits by the EBAP (European Board for Accreditation in Pneumology). The number of credits that you will receive will correspond to the time you spend viewing the sessions live.
You can also register for the ERS HERMES self-assessment course in paediatric respiratory medicine taking place on Thursday afternoon, 30 June 2022. This will be an excellent opportunity to test what you have learnt at the virtual academy and prepare for the European examination in paediatric respiratory medicine. The self-assessment course consists of a one-hour mock examination (30 case-based multiple-choice questions selected from the pool of the HERMES examination in respiratory medicine) followed by a two-hour discussion with an ERS expert.
Virtual academy modules
- Acute respiratory infections
- Airway endoscopy
- Bronchial asthma and wheezing disorders
- Chronic respiratory failure
- Congenital malformations
- Cystic fibrosis
- Evaluation of respiratory signs and symptoms
- Lung function testing
- Lung imaging
- Rare diseases and lung transplantation
- Sleep medicine
- Pre-recorded online modules
- Lectures with key updates, interactive polls and Q&A discussion time
- Case-based sessions
Please note that all timings are in Central European Summer Time (CEST). Recordings of each session will be made available to registered participants after the event.
Following this course participants will gain detailed knowledge of:
- The major fields of paediatric respiratory medicine
- The HERMES syllabus modules
- Best practice in how to prepare for the European examination in paediatric respiratory medicine
Virtual academy fees:
|Early Career ERS Members
|Industry (ERS Members & non-Members)
Early-bird fee is available until Monday, 6 June 2022, 23:59 CEST. Then, standard fee applies.
ERS HERMES Self-assessment course fee: €50
Registration fees are non-refundable.
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Five ERS bursaries are available, which cover the registration fees for the virtual academy of paediatric respiratory medicine.
To be eligible to apply, you must be:
- Under 40 years old
- A member of ERS
Please note that only one bursary may be allocated per person, per calendar year.
To apply, sign in to your myERS account when registering for this course. If you meet the criteria listed above, you will have the option to apply for the bursary at the time of registration.
You will be prompted to complete a digital form as part of the bursary application and to upload your CV. Please complete the form, attach your CV and then submit.
Please note that only completed application forms with an attached CV will be considered.
- Bursary application deadline: 9 May, 2022
- Bursary application notification: 30 May, 2022
Would you like to get involved in the programme?
By submitting a clinical case, if selected, your work could be presented in the case-based discussions at the virtual academy of paediatric respiratory medicine.
Take this opportunity and submit a 5-minute pre-recording of your case covering any of the topics from the Virtual academy modules.
Please access the recording guide with instructions on how to record your presentation with PowerPoint and the case report template. Please make sure that the case does not contain any patient data and that the topic is specified.
Upload your narrated presentation here before Tuesday 31 May, 2022.
The organising committee will select cases to be shown and discussed. We will inform you once the chosen cases are confirmed. During the session the pre-recorded cases will be shown followed by a short live discussion with the faculty. Please make sure that you will be available to attend the session live and do not hesitate to contact us in case of any questions.