International Joint Sessions

Updated:Dec 31,2015
Scientific Sessions 2016

International Joint Sessions

When & Where

Nov 12-16, 2016
New Orleans

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Here are the International Joint Sessions planned for Scientific Sessions 2015, providing a global approach to the latest science.

Joint AHA Sessions with:
American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin Heart Disease in South East Asians: Women’s Health Initiatives: Focus on Prevention
American College of Cardiology Imaging in CAD: Where Are We?
Armenian Society of Cardiology Highlights of Basic and Clinical Cardiovascular Science
American Society of Echocardiography Clinical Challenges in Secondary Mitral Regurgitation
American Society of Nephrology Cardiovascular Evaluation and Management of Kidney Transplant Candidates
Association for European Cardiovascular Pathology/Society of Cardiovascular Pathology Update on Cardiac Tumors
Brazilian Society of Cardiology Sudden Cardiac Death: Lessons Learned and Where to Go From Here
Cardiological Society of India Rheumatic Heart Disease – Where Are We in 2015?
Chinese Society of Cardiology Cardiovascular Disease Prevention
EgIC of Egyptian Society of Cardiology Challenges with STEMI Intervention: Case Based
European Society of Cardiology Imaging Based on Guidelines
European Society of Cardiology Valvular Heart Diseases: Implementing the Guidelines into Practice
Great Wall International Congress of Cardiology (GWICC) Heart Failure: Changing Epidemics and Management
Heart and Health Foundation of Turkey Many Faces of Aortic Valve Interventions and Surgery: Surgeons and Cardiologists Together
Heart Failure Society of America Phenotyping Heart Failure: Is this the Way Forward?
Heart Rhythm Society Clinical Management of Atrial Fibrillation
InterAmerican Society of Cardiology Heart Failure with Preserved Ejection Fraction "Reloaded"
International Atherosclerosis Society Reducing Cardiovascular Risk by Targeting Non-LDL Lipids
International Society of Cardiovascular Disease Epidemiology and Prevention Fundamental Challenges in Global Cardiovascular Disease Prevention and Management
International Society of Vascular Health and Aging Fibrosis and Cardiovascular Aging
Israel Heart Society and Israeli Society of Cardiothoracic Surgery Multidisciplinary Approach to Malignant Tumors of the Heart
Japanese Circulation Society Recent Progress in Pulmonary Hypertension
North American Society for Cardiovascular Imaging Imaging for Cardiovascular Risk Stratification
The Obesity Society Obesity and CVD, Cell to Society
Preventive Cardiovascular Nurses Association Prevention Committee Session: Innovations For Team Approaches in Heart Failure
Preventive Cardiovascular Nurses Association (with AHA Council on Cardiovascular and Stroke Nursing) Reducing the Global Burden of CVD: Challenges and Opportunities
Singapore Cardiac Society Cardiovascular Disease and Management in Southeast Asia and Globally
Sociedad Chilena de Cardiología Optimizyng Therapy of Acute Coronary Syndrome: From Bench to Bedside
Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions Case-Review Session in Structural Heart Disease Interventions
Spanish Society of Cardiology Quality of Care: Implementing Evidence to Improve Outcomes
World Congress of Pediatric Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery Steering Committee Delivering Pediatric Heart Care with Limited Resources
World Heart Federation How Can We Reduce Premature Cardiovascular Mortality Substantially in the Next Decade?

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