The North American CF Conference (NACFC) provides a collaborative and educational forum for all CF professionals. The educational elements of the meeting program are targeted to physicians, nurses, research scientists, respiratory therapists, physical therapists, nutritionists, social workers, and pharmacists.
This annual meeting brings together scientists, clinicians, and caregivers from around the world to discuss and share ideas on the latest advances in CF research, care, and drug development and to exchange ideas about ways to improve the health and quality of life for people with CF.
At this year’s NACFC in Indianapolis, we will be live streaming the three plenary sessions, as well as several symposia, workshops, and a discipline group session.
Please see the “Sessions” tab (above) for a complete list and description of sessions that will be streamed live. To watch the sessions, you will need to register by clicking on the button to the right.
Sessions will feature talks by leading CF experts on topics of major interest, including: current exercise research in CF, collaborative approach to palliative care, nutrition research, lung transplantation, and health care reform and what it means for people with CF.
The content of the plenaries, symposia and workshops and other sessions is intended for research and medical professionals and may not be appropriate for a lay audience, especially children under the age of 18.
Archived versions of each of the live sessions covered will be made available on this website approximately 24 hours after their initial broadcast.
Please note: By participating in these live streaming sessions, CMEs are not eligible.
Please note: Registration to watch the live sessions is *separate* from registration for the conference. You may use the same username and password for both, but will need to actively register for both