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Polish Respiratory Society (PtChP)

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The Polish Respiratory Society (PtChP) was established in 1934. It began as the national organization of physiatrists that was tasked with assisting in scientific issues related to tuberculosis, encouraging and introducing doctors to scientific work, and popularizing and publishing activities. Currently, the society includes more than 800 doctors of various lung-related specialties (mainly specialists in lung diseases and people with higher education qualifications related to health protection in the field of tuberculosis and other lung diseases). The Polish Respiratory Society has 17 sections covering the entire field of respiratory medicine. These sections play a crucial part in providing training for medical doctors but also undertake consultative activities for the relevant areas of interest. The Polish Respiratory Society is a member of the European Respiratory Society (ERS), the American College of Chest Physicians (ACCP), the American Thoracic Society (ATS), and other pulmonological societies from Central and Eastern Europe.

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Italian Society of Thoracic Endoscopy (SIET)

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SIET is the Italian Society of Thoracic Endoscopy, founded in 1980. It was founded as an Italian organization. However, it now has members from all over the European continent. SIET is a dynamic and young scientific society that plays a leading role in endoscopy and minimally invasive thoracic surgery. Our national and international aims are as follows:

1. Promote research and innovation in surgery and thoracic endoscopy;

2. Organize and promote scientific events including the National Congress, every two years;

3. Promote the training of young people through national and international refresher courses in collaboration with universities and scientific societies with similar aims;

4. Become an instrument of information and educational exchange to promote a cohesive and active scientific community.

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