Return to all articles World Bronchiectasis Conference 2018-Patient Session Recordings Posted on August 27, 2018 | 3 Likes Chronic illness affects every aspect of a patient’s life. Research and new therapies are essential to improve the health and well being of those affected with chronic illnesses. Georgetown University and MedStar Health recently held patient sessions at the World Bronchiectasis Conference this past July. Experts in the field were brought together to discuss the newest research focusing on bronchiectasis and nontuberculous mycobacterial lung infections. If you were unable to attend, we now have the recordings available from the 6 sessions geared toward patients. Overview of Bronchiectasis and NTM Pamela McShane, MD Why Do I Need Airway Clearance and Rehab? M. Leigh Anne Daniels, MD, MPH What Can I Do About My Environment? Anne E. O’Donnell, MD I Have NTM Infection (MAC/M.Abscessus): What are My Options? Julie Philley, MD I Have Pseudomonas Infection: What Are My Options? Gregory Tino, MD Panel Discussion Topics Include Finding physician expertise in my community Pulmonary and ID interaction Nutrition Dealing with the laboratory Obtaining appropriate medications If you were able to join, please let us know what you found most valuable as a patient or what you wished to have learned more about. You can post your responses on BRONCHANDNTM360SOCIAL or email us at INFO@BRONCHIECTASISANDNTMINITIATIVE.ORG.