Are you looking forward to the biggest scientific conference in lung health? We know we are...Happy to share that registration for the Union World Conference is currently open.
Our delegate fees reflect the inclusive nature we hope to promote in the upcoming conference.
As we emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic, we recognise that the structure of scientific conferences has changed, we have carefully reviewed the outcomes of our first digital conference in 2020 in order to build on and expand the successful aspects of the delegate experience.
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The 52nd Union World Conference on Lung Health will take place virtually from 19-22 October 2021.
The conference theme, Lung Health for All: Solutions for a New Era, explores the challenges facing global health. With the world still in the grip of a lung health pandemic, it is also confronting questions about systemic race relations and how the same vulnerable communities that bear the brunt of TB and HIV have now been hit the hardest by COVID-19.
The conference will explore solutions to these challenges with the latest science and research. It will also feature basic and translational TB research (TBScience) and the most pressing issues facing affected communities (Community Connect).
NEW! We have just launched our Community Connect Programme (Preliminary). In case you missed it earlier, you can also view our Scientific Programme (Preliminary) as well. You can now start planning which sessions you would like to attend.
Please note: TBScience schedule is yet to be published.
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The 52nd Union World Conference on Lung Health is just around the corner and we cannot wait to welcome you between 19-22 October 2021 to our exciting virtual conference.
The time has come to upload your slides and pre-record your sessions onto our conference platform, learn how to attend a virtual session as well as have a sneak preview into the delightful virtual experience.
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Registration is now open (Hurry, register before September 15 for early discounts)
All you need to know if you are a speaker or presenter (oral abstract, symposium or e-poster)
Widen your knowledge with a range of interesting courses and workshops. First course takes place on September 28.
Basic and translational TB research
(Late-Breaker submissions are now open. Deadline: September 15)
Inspire, engage and give a voice to the community (Submissions are closed)
Sessions and abstracts must be submitted under one of the official tracks for the conference
Submission guidelines for satellite sessions, symposia, post-graduate courses and workshops
New, significant and innovative findings in TB, COVID19, Lung Health (Submissions closed; Notifications on acceptance/non acceptance will be sent by September 6)