What’s on for our Cardiovascular Nurses at the CSANZ ASM


Listen to the Cardiovascular Nursing Program highlights from Prof Caleb Ferguson, including the who’s who of speakers we have coming to Perth and a program not to be missed!

Also Dr Nilufeur McKay tells us all about the exciting Nurse Practitioner Symposium on Thursday 1 August 2024.

Download the program for the NP Symposium here and book in during the CSANZ ASM registration process – we’ll look forward to seeing you all there!

What’s on for our Cardiovascular Nurses at the CSANZ ASM


Listen to the Cardiovascular Nursing Program highlights from Prof Caleb Ferguson, including the who’s who of speakers we have coming to Perth and a program not to be missed!

Also Dr Nilufeur McKay tells us all about the exciting Nurse Practitioner Symposium on Thursday 1 August 2024.

Download the program for the NP Symposium here and book in during the CSANZ ASM registration process – we’ll look forward to seeing you all there!

Heart Failure Watch 1: STRONG HF – overcoming inertia, presented by Dr Adam Nelson

Welcome to the new “Watch Series” from Research Review.


Introducing a regular video series of educational topics presented by Australian specialists and capturing the flavour of local practice.

 

 Heart Failure Watch 1 – STRONG HF – overcoming inertia

The first in this series is a discussion by Dr Adam Nelson..

Cardiology Research Review NZ : Issue 112, with commentary by Prof Alexander Sasse

In this issue:

  • New-onset hypertension before, during, and after the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Rates of POTS after SARS-CoV-2 infection vs COVID-19 vaccination
  • Beta-blockers in post-MI patients with preserved ejection fraction
  • Secondary prevention therapies in real-world patients with MI
  • Transcatheter vs surgical treatment of aortic-valve stenosis
  • Outcomes according to CPR duration after in-hospital cardiac arrest
  • Clinical outcomes in older patients with AF
  • Presence of microplastics and nanoplastics in atheromas
  • Reduction in sedentary behaviour improves BP in older adults
  • Benefits of physical activity on mortality according to sex

Download the Cardiology Research Review NZ: Issue 112, with commentary by Prof Alexander Sasse. 

Heart Failure Practice Review: Issue 3, with commentary by Dr Jannette Tenne

In this issue:

  • 2024 ACC Expert Consensus Decision Pathway: Treating HFrEF
  • Implications of AF for GDMT in patients with HF
  • Implementation science to achieve equity in HF care
  • New insights in acute HF
  • EOL care for patients with ESHF
  • Change of restriction to riociguat (Adempas®)
  • Metalyse (tenecteplase) 40 mg to be discontinued
  • FDA clears AI-based algorithm to detect HF
  • Heart Health Check Toolkit Therapeutic inertia
  • ATAGI advice on seasonal influenza vaccines in 2024
  • COVID-19 resources Conferences, workshops and CPD

Download Heart Failure Practice Review: Issue 3, with commentary by Dr Jannette Tenne

Cardiac Imaging highlights being presented at the 2024 CSANZ ASM

Click below to view the Highlights of the Cardiac Imaging stream to be presented at the 2024 CSANZ ASM.

 

PLUS benefit from another opportunity to present at the 2024 CSANZ ASM.

CSANZ members are invited to submit interesting cardiac imaging cases, for oral presentation within the imaging stream in a quick-fire format for the CSANZ ASM 2024. 

Submissions should highlight an interesting, unique, thought provoking or educational aspect of cardiac imaging. A prize will be awarded at the end of the session for the best presentation.

Submissions should include:

  • Up to 4 key images, either stills on cines, to allow judges to shortlist finalists
  • A brief description of the case explaining why the images are of interest, limited to 100 words.
  • Submissions should be <15MB.

Email your submission to [email protected] with Subject: Quick Fire Cardiac Imaging Case. Applications close 12 June 2024.

Separate instructions will be sent for your presentation if you are shortlisted as a finalist.  Please note as a finalist, you will need to register for the 2024 CSANZ ASM.

Cardiac Imaging highlights being presented at the 2024 CSANZ ASM

Click below to view the Highlights of the Cardiac Imaging stream to be presented at the 2024 CSANZ ASM.

 

 

PLUS benefit from another opportunity to present at the 2024 CSANZ ASM.

Submit interesting cardiac imaging cases, for oral presentation within the imaging stream in a quick-fire format for the CSANZ ASM 2024. 

Submissions should highlight an interesting, unique, thought provoking or educational aspect of cardiac imaging. A prize will be awarded at the end of the session for the best presentation.

Submissions should include:

  • Up to 4 key images, either stills on cines, to allow judges to shortlist finalists
  • A brief description of the case explaining why the images are of interest, limited to 100 words.
  • Submissions should be <15MB.

Email your submission to [email protected] with Subject: Quick Fire Cardiac Imaging Case. Applications close 12 June 2024.

Separate instructions will be sent for your presentation if you are shortlisted as a finalist.  Please note as a finalist, you will need to register for the 2024 CSANZ ASM.

2023 CSANZ Fellows-in-Training Heart School Webinars

2023 CSANZ Fellows-in-Training Heart School Webinars

Click on the tabs below for topic and presenters.

CSANZ ASM 2024 IS OPEN FOR REGISTRATION

The exciting CSANZ ASM Scientific Program is almost complete with sessions being presented by world-renowned speakers across all cardiology themes including imaging, electrophysiology, genetics, heart failure, paediatrics, prevention, basic science and digital health.  The CSANZ ASM program can be viewed online via the Meeting website.

This year’s CSANZ ASM will both broaden your knowledge base and unlock new thinking, as well as provide a meeting place to catch up with old friends or start new conversations. There will be plenty of fun, social and healthy activities, check it all out in the program as it falls into place!

Don’t miss this opportunity to meet the International Faculty who are attending plus a fabulous cast of Australian and New Zealand experts who are forming the Local Faculty. Benefit from their expertise, knowledge, networks and collaborations.

 

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