All PH Professional Network (PHPN) or PH Clinicians and Researchers (PHCR) members receive a discount on Symposium registration.
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(for non-physician clinicians: e.g., nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, pharmacists, respiratory therapists and social workers)
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(for physicians and PhD-level researchers)
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“This was my first time attending and I truly benefitted from all of it! It was so good to be surrounded by others who are doing the same work and the atmosphere was contagious”
“After 10 years working in PH I still walk away from this conference having learned something new.”
“It’s always great to reconnect at Symposium- it’s the one event that really focuses on our needs, so generally everyone from across the country attends.”
“This was my first PHPN conference and I absolutely loved it. I tried to absorb every detail and meet as many people as possible.”
“I got tremendous satisfaction from attending the sessions and then discussing application with colleagues caring for the same patient population and experiencing the same issues.”
“What a great time we had! Great format, great layout this year with a mix of novice, expert, and pediatric sessions at each breakout.”
“Symposium helped me to build links within the community; I met several professionals willing to take time and start from the beginning of the disease process.”
“Advocacy Day was life-changing.”