Frequently Asked Questions
What is the goal of the PFF Summit 2023?
The goal of the Summit is to foster a collaborative environment to improve education and awareness of PF and to identify new approaches to treat, and ultimately cure, this devastating disease. The Summit will feature an innovative continuing medical education (CME) program for health professionals as well as provide sessions for PF patients and caregivers that address their growing educational needs. Presenting the conference virtually will provide greater access to information across the community, while keeping all participants safe.
Who should participate in the Summit?
Everyone who is interested in learning more about pulmonary fibrosis, and its impact on those affected by the disease, including physicians, researchers, registered nurses allied health professionals, patients, and caregivers.
How do I become a sponsor?
For more information about sponsorships, please contact email@example.com.
Who can I speak to regarding more information on the PFF Summit?
To learn more about the PFF Summit, please contact Jeri Webb, Associate Vice President, Conferences and Meetings at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do I register for the PFF Summit 2023?
Registration is not open yet. The opening will be announced in early 2023.
How much does it cost to register for the PFF Summit 2023?Prices and tiers will be announced soon.
Do I have to register in order to attend the PFF Summit 2023?
Yes, all attendees must be registered in order to attend Summit sessions. Registrants will have access to all sessions on-demand for three months following the conference.
Is there a deadline for registering?
No, registration will remain open throughout the conference.
Is there any financial support for people to attend the PFF Summit 2023?
Not at this time.
How can I earn and claim CME credit?
Information will be added to our website soon.
Can I film at the PFF Summit 2023?
Filming by companies and organizations at the PFF Summit 2023, including sessions, speakers and attendees, is strictly prohibited without the express written consent of the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation.