When you join The Union, you become part of a diverse community of professionals, experts and healthcare workers, with access to a wealth of knowledge and expertise, empowered by the strength of a collective voice.
As a member, you share The Union’s vision and values, and are committed to developing solutions and action through collaboration, at a global and local level.
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Shape the future of lung health
The Union's scientific sections and working groups offer members an opportunity to work with others who share the same interests and collaborate on research, publications and projects. They propose sessions and contribute to the planning of the Union World Conference on Lung Health, and influence the future of lung heath through the governance of The Union.
Members join forces to creates change locally and globally
The Union is divided into seven regions to provide a platform for addressing lung health and related issues from a regional perspective, allowing member to network with colleagues who face the same challenges and contribute to The Union's deep understanding of local issues.
All of our webinars are Union member-led, one of the many benefits of being a Union member. Through support from and collaboration with members, The Union is leading the charge against TB and lung disease worldwide. Join or watch the webinars below.
subtitle: Thursday 3 December, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM CET
Speaker Leo Martinez, winner of the 2017 Stephen Lawn TB-HIV Research Leadership Prize, will provide an overview review of transmission dynamics of M. tuberculosis in settings where both tuberculosis and HIV are endemic.
The Union’s President, Professor Guy Marks has been recognised for his global contributions to asthma, chronic lung disease,…
The Union World Conference gathers global leaders for innovative science against the backdrop of COVID-19
Marked by global luminaries and held during the official centennial of The Union, the 51st Union World Conference on Lung Health provided an opportunity to celebrate a hundred years of leadership in lung health.
The Union’s awards are an important and valued way to recognise the work being conducted by those dedicated to lung health around the…
World Mental Health Day, 10 October, provides a vital focal point to raise awareness of the significant role that mental health plays in…
The COVID-19 pandemic has taught us to think outside the box and change the way services are delivered to meet patient needs. These may just become the new “best practices”.
The Union is delighted to share the news that Professor Sir Alimuddin Zumla, Union Medal winner, supporter and friend of The Union, has been awarded the prestigious 2020 Mahathir Science Award.