External Events Endorsement

ERS endorses educational and scientific meetings that meet high standards of scientific quality. If you are a national society in the respiratory field, located in the country where ERS has a Memorandum of Understanding agreement and you are interested in organising your main, annual event that require the ERS official endorsement, carefully read our guidelines and duly fill in the application form available on this website.

Important downloads:

Kindly note that the following criteria will be considered for the event:

  • Main, annual event organised by a national society in the respiratory field, based in a country where ERS has a Memorandum of Understanding agreement
  • Event delivered in the country of the national society
  • Programme is available in English
  • Programme is in line with ERS educational and scientific standards
  • Event does not compete with ERS activities
  • Involves international and European speakers
  • Involves ERS members or officers
  • There is a fair gender balance in the faculty
  • It is in line with the overall mission and values of ERS

Note: The ERS name and logo can only be used once the event has been endorsed. Please see the guidelines for more information.

Upcoming endorsed events

The programmes of these events have been endorsed by ERS.

Date Event
4-8 November 2020 The 26th National Congress of the Romanian Society of Pneumology (online) more information
26-28 November 2020 The 17th annual Saudi Thoracic Society conference (online) more information
01-04 December 2020 The 19th Regional Annual Meeting of the Egyptian Scientific Society of Bronchology (online) more information
21-23 May 2021 11 th Panhellenic Paediatric Respiratory Medicine Congress (Ioannina, Greece) more information
August 2021 South African Thoracic Society Congress (Cape Town, South Africa) more information
PROLUNG PROLUNG, a Marie Sklodowska Curie–Educational training network (contact Marcus Schultz for more information)
CARDIOCAP CardioCAP: cardiovascular complications after community-acquired pneumonia in European elderly population (contact Antoni Torres for more information)