ERS Webinars

ERS Webinars provide up-to-date information on the daily practice of pulmonologists, respiratory scientists and allied health professionals in an accessible online format.

This free of charge distance learning series aims to improve knowledge-base and, ultimately, improve the overall quality of patient care. The information disseminated during ERS Webinars will introduce the basic concepts and established techniques rather than scientific work in progress.

ERS Webinars will provide you with the following benefits:

  • Latest practical updates on specific topics
  • Top subject matter experts presenting or chairing each webinar
  • ‘To the point’ information that focuses on the essentials
  • CME credits

Each ERS Webinar will consist of a one-hour interactive session, with a mix of lecture, case-based discussion, together with questions and answers dedicated timeslots.

Please see below for our upcoming ERS Webinars.


Coronavirus: Key clinical, epidemiological and research update from China and Europe

The COVID-19 outbreak is an emerging and rapidly evolving situation and health professionals need up-to-date information to effectively manage…
ERS Webinar FREE

Inhaled antimicrobials

29 October, 2020 - 18:00 - 19:00 CET

The use of inhaled antimicrobials has become more common in the last years in different settings (ICU, ward, outpatient care) but their use…

ERS/ATS joint webinar: Rehabilitation after COVID 19 disease

12 November, 2020 - 12:00 - 13:02 CET

After suffering from moderate to severe COVID 19, many patients are in need for pulmonary rehabilitation programs in order to regain…
ERS Webinar FREE

Biologic Therapies in paediatric severe asthma

1 December, 2020 - 18:00 - 19:00 CET

In adults with severe asthma, monoclonal antibody therapies directed against Type 2 esosinophilic airway inflammation have led to improvements in…
ERS Webinar FREE

Clinical trials design in the age of precision medicine

15 December, 2020 - 18:00 - 19:00 CET

It is increasingly understood that many disease entities are complex and heterogeneous. As a result, not all patients suffering from a disease…