Along with cardiology and gastroenterology, pulmonology is the third pillar of internal medicine. Pulmonology (Latin: pulmo = lung) covers the prevention, detection, and treatment of all diseases of the bronchia, lungs, mediastinum, pleura, thoracic wall, respiratory muscles, and diaphragm. Those who complete their training as a specialist physician for internal medicine and pulmonology select a field that covers a broad spectrum of interests and skills, one that is certainly among the most diverse fields in all of medicine. And one of the most promising: diseases of the respiratory system are among the most common reasons people consult a doctor today, and the number of people with asthma, COPD, or lung cancer continues to rise. With COVID-19, the number of cases in need of respiratory care has grown even further, with pulmonologists now equally in demand in hospitals, clinical practice, and research.
YoungDGP is one of our most lively and visible working groups. They offer a wonderful community and a platform for the international and interdisciplinary exchange with colleagues. Join their journal club, interactive courses and networking opportunities they provide and learn more about their support and representation and young professionals in the DGP: For direct contact, write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The DGP offers free membership and congress tickets for university students and discounts for members in vocational training up to 35 years of age or in parental leave. German speaking members have access to the university lecture on pulmonology, DGP talks, and other videos and training material.
Practical information, internships and more at our site https://zukunft.pneumologie.de (in German) and on our social media.
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