Monday, 17 September 2018
Don't forget that you can give us your thoughts about the ERS Monograph by completing the reader survey before 30 September 2018. We want to ensure that the ERS Monograph responds to your needs, so we are running a survey to find out your thoughts about what we currently offer and where we can go next, particularly the topics you would like to see us cover. The survey will only take 5 minutes to complete and if you answer all the questions, you will be entered into a prize draw – one randomly selected recipient will win a print copy of a Monograph of their choice. Give us your thoughts and access the survey here.
Sunday, 16 September 2018
The ERS Bookshop will be in the World Village at the ERS International Congress 2018 in Paris, France. Visit us there and save up to €55 with our ERS Handbook bundles and €20 with our ERS Monograph bundles. If you're not at Congress, don't worry! Our bundles are available at ersbookshop.com until 14 October 2018. Free shipping is available on all orders.
Saturday, 8 September 2018
The World Village provides an opportunity and space for attendees and national societies from across the globe to network, develop partnerships, strengthen existing partnerships and share details about current and upcoming activities. It is also the home of the ERS Bookshop. Find out more about the World Village.
Thursday, 6 September 2018
In recognition of the global reach of the ERS Congress, this year's scientific programme will feature a number of sessions in languages other than English, including Spanish, Portuguese, French, Russian and Chinese. Find out more and download the programmes.
Tuesday, 4 September 2018
Although it is a hot topic in respiratory medicine, there is a lack of knowledge about bronchiectasis in terms of the research performed, clinical management, classification and patient treatment. Bronchiectasis is also very complex as it can be caused by multiple underlying disorders, meaning its clinical presentation is highly diverse. The latest ERS Monograph tackles these issues by providing a series of chapters from recognised experts covering: clinical management, service delivery, pathophysioogy, microbiology and underlying disorders. It also addresses the challenges faced in clinical trials and the need for drug development. Read the book online here or visit the online bookshop to buy your printed copy.