Stent placement is a commonly performed procedure to treat diseases that restrict tracheal air flow. The most common indication for tracheal stenting is symptomatic tracheal collapse due to chondromalacia, however stents have also been placed in the trachea to treat strictures and tumors that result in airway compromise. Airway obstruction may also occur at the bronchial level alone, or in combination with tracheal collapse. Furthermore, pathologic bronchial narrowing can be unilateral or bilateral. Extrinsic compression due to an enlarged left atrium is a common cause of isolated left bronchial narrowing while chondromalacia is frequently the etiology of bilateral collapse. Tumors and other mediastinal pathology may also result in bronchial compromise. The use of stents to treat bronchial pathology is relatively nascent, but it is gaining in popularity as clinicians become more comfortable in placing stents and managing patients post operatively. A thorough understanding of pertinent disease processes, the clinical management of patients with bronchial pathology, and equipment used in the stenting procedure is vital to optimize outcomes. This educational session will take 3 hours and is intended to be an introductory course for clinicians who want to learn about bronchial stenting and how to incorporate it into clinical practice. The lab will be comprised of a one-hour didactic session with a question and answer period, followed by a 2-hour lab where participants will be able to practice various aspect of stent selection and placement skills under the supervision of an experienced clinician.