Saturday, 24 March 2018
In honour of World TB Day, you can download the ebook of the Tuberculosis Monograph for free. To get this book, visit books.ersjournals.com before 4 April, add it to your cart and complete the purchase process as normal. Look out for the forthcoming updated Tuberculosis Monograph, due to be published in December 2018. Visit ersbookshop.com for more information.
Tuesday, 20 March 2018
The March issue of Breathe is dedicated to continuing education in respiratory medicine. It includes the updated ERS international Adult Respiratory Medicine syllabus for postgraduate training and a review from the European Lung Foundation focusing on educating patients about their condition. The issue also includes a report from the Early Career Members Committee outlining opportunities for ERS early career members in 2018, and introduces a new series on myths and maxims in paediatric respiratory medicine. Read the full issue here.
Monday, 19 March 2018
ERJ Open Research features a series on "Gaps in our understanding of COPD". The series continues with an article by Bartolomé R. Celli and Alvar Agustí that tackles the subject of taxonomy. You can read the article here or visit openres.ersjournals.com to read more open access articles.
Saturday, 17 March 2018
Friday 16 March was World Sleep Day. This annual event is intended to be a celebration of sleep and a call to action on important sleep-related issues, such as medicine and education. To mark the event, we have gathered together a range of ERS publications on sleep disordered breathing for your easy access.
Friday, 16 March 2018
Wednesday, 7 March 2018
Thoracic ultrasound is considered an essential bedside tool in respiratory medicine. Despite this, several aspects are yet to be studied and assessed, and international consensus remains limited. With this in mind, the Guest Editors of the latest ERS Monograph on Thoracic Ultrasound have selected a broad range of authors who are recognised experts, represent different specialities and use thoracic ultrasound in different settings. The result is that each chapter not only reflects expert opinion at a single site in Europe, but provides a multidisciplinary and multicentre view. Read the book online here or visit the online bookshop to buy your printed copy.