Thursday, 12 January 2017

The Sleep and Breathing conference - early-bird registration now open

Early-bird registration for Sleep and Breathing, the largest pan-European meeting of its kind, and the only meeting offering an integrated approach to the investigation and treatment of sleep disorders, is now open.
 Find out more

Tuesday, 3 January 2017

The ERJ and ERR have changed!

On January 3, the European Respiratory Journal and European Respiratory Review changed: both journals are now publishing continuously online. Find out more about what this change means for readers and authors at

Abstract submission is open for the ERS Congress

Abstract submission is now open for the ERS International Congress 2017, to be held in Milan, Italy. Find out how you could bring your research to the world's biggest respiratory audience at
Follow ERS on Twitter @ERStalk or keep up with Congress news using #ERSCongress

Friday, 16 December 2016

"Pulmonary Emergencies" is now available

"Pulmonary Emergencies", the latest in the ERS Monograph series, is available now. Edited by Leo Heunks, Alexandre Demoule and Wolfram Windisch, it provides a comprehensive overview of pulmonary emergencies, from pneumothorax, pulmonary embolism, right heart failure and haematothorax to acute exacerbations of diseases such as asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Recent developments in treatment strategies for acute pulmonary problems are also discussed in detail, with chapters on topics such as high-flow nasal cannula oxygen therapy, extracorporeal carbon dioxide removal and noninvasive ventilation.
Read it online (free to ERS members) or buy your copy.

Monday, 5 December 2016

Read the latest from the ERS journals

The December issues of Breathe, the European Respiratory Journal and the European Respiratory Review are online now, and ERJ Open Research publishes new articles on a continuous basis.

Interviews with ERS editors now on YouTube

The European Respiratory Society Youtube channel now features interviews with the editors of all four ERS journals, as well as the Guest Editors of two recent ERS Monographs.
You can watch them all, along with the latest ERS Vision videos, at

Friday, 11 November 2016

ERJ November Podcast: high attenuation areas on chest CT in community-dwelling adults

As part of the November issue, the European Respiratory Journal presents the latest in its series of podcasts. Chief editor Marc Humbert discusses with Prof. David J. Lederer from the Columbia University Medical Center, USA, how measurement of high attenuation areas on chest CT imaging might be used to identify community-dwelling adults with reduced lung function, interstitial lung abnormalities, and a higher risk of death.