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Benefits

Science
  • Discounted access to the European Respiratory Society International Congress – the largest respiratory meeting in the world
  • Online access to a range of publications covering the spectrum of respiratory topics
  • Funding opportunities for research and attendance at conferences
  • Opportunity to apply for the prestigious title Fellow of ERS (FERS)
Education
  • Free online educational material to enhance your learning
  • Reduced rates for training courses to network and learn from experts in the field
  • Access to harmonised qualifications through the HERMES initiative
Advocacy
  • Opportunity to shape public health policies
  • Access to a patient network to incorporate the patient voice in your work and patient resources to use in your clinic
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