Sponsorship & exhibitors
Dear Sir, Madam,
We are writing this letter to request your support of the 15th International Congress on Pediatric Pulmonology – CIPP XV – to be held in Naples, Italy, June 23-26, 2016.
We invite you to support this meeting by way of a display booth, support a scientific session, organization of satellite symposia or support of one of the Young Investigator prizes or the poster award, or the proceedings (published as a supplement of Pediatric Pulmonology / Wiley).
Alternative option would be to support the participation of pediatric pulmonary physicians at all levels to attend this meeting, or having representatives from you own organization register and attend the meeting. Please see the options outlined in the accompanying material.
In the 20 years of its activity, CIPP has emerged as the single most significant standalone international pediatric pulmonology conference, and our recent meetings were able to attract over 800 delegates from around the world (80 countries were presented at CIPP XIII Bruges). Together with its sister course (International Course on Pediatric Pulmonology – ICPP 11 The Course), it has become the leading platform of exchange of ideas, education, and cross-fertilization of pediatric pulmonologists worldwide. Despite the attendance record, we remain dependant on industry sponsorship to be ale to sustain our excellence. Starting 2011, CIPP became an annual event and at each of our meetings our sponsors will have direct access to this wide panel of the most prominent specialists and researchers in the field of Pediatric Pulmonology.
Please feel free to contact any of us directly if you have any questions regarding this important international meeting, or contact the CIPP XIV secretariat (details below).
The CIPP Founding Fathers:
Dear Industry Partners,
On behalf of the Executive Committee and the International Advisory Board of the International Congress of Pediatric Pulmonology (CIPP), I would like to invite you to participate in the coming congress CIPP XV on June 23-26, 2016 in Naples, Italy.
The International Congress of Pediatric Pulmonology (CIPP) is the only international meeting devoted to Pediatric Pulmonology. Over the years, CIPP has acquired a reputable status among practitioners, researchers and academicians as the forum for new information, treatment guidelines, and interactions between leading specialists and practitioners in Pediatric Pulmonology from both developed and developing countries. Aside from plenary sessions and topic symposiums, a hallmark of CIPP is the number of interactive sessions: research presentations, clinical case discussions, chest imaging, and bronchoscopy.
Adding to its series of successful congresses in the previous 21 years, CIPP XIV was held on June 2015 in Krakow, Poland, attended by doctors treating children with chest diseases and conditions from over 70 countries. The faculty was composed of leading specialists and researchers in the field from all parts of the world, ready to learn and to teach for the common purpose of improving on the treatment of our young patients. Common themes included asthma and respiratory allergies, respiratory infections and its complications, neonatal lung diseases and its outcomes, cystic fibrosis, sleep disordered breathing, critical care, and rare lung diseases. Following a tradition, awards were given to Young Investigators. Industry-sponsored symposia and exhibits offered new information on existing treatments and those under development.
We are now preparing for CIPP XV which will be held on June 23-26, 2016 in Naples, Italy. The program for the coming congress was prepared by Dr. Adnan Custovic and Dr. Renato Stein, co-chairs Abstract and Award Committee with the Executive Committee, promises to be equally exciting, if not better, and would again attract participants from the Americas, Europe, Middle East and Asia.
We are inviting you to be a partner with CIPP in this endeavor, that of providing a forum for an exchange of information, ideas and concerns, and a vehicle for developing lasting relationships.
Alexander O. Tuazon,
President, CIPP XV