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The European Respiratory Journal (ERJ) - current impact factor 33.795 - is the flagship journal of ERS. It publishes clinical and experimental work relating to all aspects of adult and paediatric respiratory medicine, including cell biology, epidemiology, immunology, oncology, pathophysiology, imaging, occupational medicine, intensive care, sleep medicine and thoracic surgery. In addition to original research material, the ERJ also publishes editorial commentaries, reviews, short research letters and correspondence to the editor.
ERJ Open Research - current impact factor 4.239 - is a fully open access original research journal. The journal aims to publish high-quality work in all fields of respiratory science and medicine, covering basic science, clinical translational science and clinical medicine.
The European Respiratory Review (ERR) - current impact factor 9.553 - is an open access journal, providing an update on medicine, science and surgery for respiratory professionals. The ERR contains state-of-the-art review articles, editorials and correspondence, in addition to summaries of the most important recent research findings and published studies.
Breathe is ERS’s open access clinical educational publication. It aims to bring high-quality practice-focused educational reviews, cases and viewpoints to a wide audience.
The ERS Monograph is ERS’s in-depth book series. Each Monograph covers a specific area of respiratory medicine, giving clinicians at all levels a concise, comprehensive guide to symptoms, diagnosis and treatment.
The ERS Handbooks and ERS Practical Handbooks are compact guides to broad areas of the respiratory field. The series now covers adult, paediatric and sleep respiratory medicine, a companion volume of self-assessment questions, and invasive and non-invasive ventilation.
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“One of the major motivations of this Monograph was to involve several specialities in order to provide the broadest overview of the manifestations of sarcoidosis” In the latest instalment of the ERS Monograph podcast series, Editorial Board member Sheila Ramjug talks to Francesco Bonella and Daniel Culver, co-Guest Editors of the Monograph on Sarcoidosis. In an engaging conversation about this fascinating, chameleonic disease, Francesco and Daniel discuss multidisciplinary collaboration, advances of the last 10 years, areas of possible underdiagnosis and, importantly, the future. It is a conversation that really highlights how this Monograph is “an opportunity to grow the field."Listen on SoundcloudListen on Spotify
"A one-stop-shop for a better understanding of this important cell and all the diseases associated with it" ERS Monograph early career representative Sheila Ramjug talks to David J. Jackson and Michael Wechsler about their Monograph, Eosinophilic Lung Diseases. In a conversation covering eosinophil types and the way they work, the safety of eosinophil depletion, key chapters and important questions for the future, David and Michael explain why this Monograph is relevant to everyone, both junior and senior physicians and scientists alike.Listen on SoundcloudListen on Spotify
“Suddenly, I find myself involved in research and clinical care in a disease I hadn’t even heard about 2 ½ years ago” In a conversation that really encapsulates the pandemic rollercoaster we continue to live through, Guest Editors Aurelie Fabre, John Hurst and Sheila Ramjug discuss the importance of the ERS Monograph on COVID-19, providing as it does a comprehensive review of all areas of the disease. This podcast is a fascinating listen for researchers and clinicians from both within and beyond respiratory medicine, and will even appeal to the lay listener. The podcast covers the incentives behind a COVID Monograph, standout chapters, the positives that can be drawn from the pandemic and the importance of collaboration: “a reflection of how much we can achieve when we work as one”.Listen on SoundcloudListen on Spotify