This event has ended. Recordings are available to watch below.
This 1-hour webinar for people with sarcoidosis and their family members outlined the sarcoidosis treatment recommendations in the new European Respiratory Society medical guideline for clinicians. You can also read a patient summary of the guideline in a range of languages.
The webinar was held in English but the main presentation was also recorded in Chinese (simplified), Danish, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Serbian and Spanish to view in advance. Access these presentations lower down this page.
Thanks to the ELF Sarcoidosis Patient Advisory Group (PAG) for organising this event and to the experts for presenting on the ERS Sarcoidosis Treatment Guideline. Thanks to all the attendees for participating.
Here you can find out more about the day and some of the feedback we received.Read the report
We are planning to repeat this webinar in September 2022 in the following languages:
If you would like to be informed when registration opens for these webinars please leave your email address at: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/SarcwebinarsSept and we will contact you.
Kjeld Hansen, Chair, European Lung Foundation; and Dr Filippo Martone, President, Amici Contro la Sarcoidosi Italia
16:05 Main presentation
Professor R.P. Baughman, Professor of Medicine, University of Cincinatti and Professor Dominique Valeyre, Professor Chest Diseases, University Paris-Nord [Presentation also available as pre-recorded videos in several languages]
16:15 Video: Patient representatives involved in the guideline development
16:20 Q&A breakout rooms in a range of languages (French, Italian, Spanish, Serbian)
16:50 Feedback from discussion rooms
This document explains the recommendations in the European Respiratory Society (ERS) clinical guideline for the treatment of sarcoidosis. It is aimed at people living with sarcoidosis, or their care givers.
Available in: Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Serbian, Spanish and Swedish.
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