Monday, 24 June 2019
A study in ERJ Open Research suggests that it is both feasible and acceptable to deliver a home-based lower limb-specific resistance training (LLSRT) programme to patients with COPD. The study found that there were patient improvements in walking distance and breathlessness severity post-LLRT intervention. Click here to read the study in full or go to openres.ersjournals.com to browse this open access publication.
Saturday, 22 June 2019
Benefit from our ERS Bookshop summer sale and save €5 on print copies of the ERS Handbook of Respiratory Medicine (2nd edition) and €15 on selected ERS Monographs, including Controversies in COPD, The Spectrum of Bronchial Infection, The Nose and Sinuses in Respiratory Disorders, and much more. Visit ersbookshop.com to browse the sale.
Friday, 21 June 2019
Tuberculosis, Clinical Exercise Testing and Bronchiectasis are amongst our most popular ERS Monographs. But we have a broad range available, covering topics such as Interventional Pulmonology, Imaging and Anti-infectives and the Lung. Visit books.ersjournals.com to access our Monographs online or ersbookshop.com to order print copies – hurry and you might also benefit from our summer sale. If you can't see a Monograph that suits your needs, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org – we're always interested in hearing your ideas.
Wednesday, 19 June 2019
The latest ERS Monograph covers all aspects of severe asthma – epidemiology, diagnosis, mechanisms, treatment and management – but has a particular focus on recent understanding of mechanistic heterogeneity based on an analytic approach using various 'omics platforms applied to clinically well-defined asthma cohorts. How these advances have led to improved management targets is also emphasised. This book brings together the clinical and scientific expertise of those from around the world who are collaborating to solve the problem of severe asthma. Access the book online here or order your print copy at ersbookshop.com
Monday, 17 June 2019
Poster discussion sessions are exciting, interactive sessions that often feature the latest research. This article provides an outline of how to chair such a session at the ERS International Congress. Click here to read the article or go to breathe.ersjournals.com to browse our open access, educational publication in full. The ERS International Congress will be held from 28 September to 2 October 2019 in Madrid, Spain. Visit erscongress.org to find out more.
Sunday, 16 June 2019
The ERS International Congress is the largest respiratory conference worldwide. An article in the June issue of Breathe points out why ERS Early Career Members can particularly benefit from attending this huge event and gives upcoming fellowship deadlines. Click here to read the article or go to breathe.ersjournals.com to browse our open access, educational publication in full. The ERS International Congress will be held from 28 September to 2 October 2019 in Madrid, Spain. Visit erscongress.org to find out more.
Friday, 7 June 2019
The May issue of the European Respiratory Journal (ERJ) features an editorial about NEUROCOUGH, the New Understanding in the Treatment of Cough ERS Clinical Research Collaboration. NEUROCOUGH aims to bring together clinicians, scientists, patients and industry from Europe and beyond, with a focus on improving care and treatment for patients with chronic cough. Read the editorial here or visit erj.ersjournals.com to access the ERJ.