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Resources from Heart Failure congresses

Heart Failure is the annual congress of the Heart Failure Association of the ESC (HFA).

Whether you attended the Heart Failure congresses or not, you can access all the congress resources on this page.

Some resources are reserved to HFA members. Join us - become a member now!



HEART FAILURE 2016 AND THE 3RD WORLD CONGRESS ON ACUTE HEART FAILURE

Florence, Italy - 21 to 24 May 2016

  • 6 148 participants from more than 103 countries
  • 277 Faculty
  • 108 scientific programme sessions
  • 21 hours of CME credits
  • 2 010 abstracts and clinical cases submitted
  • 70 late breaking trials submitted
  • 30 Industry partners, 2000m2 Exhibition, 40 Industry sessions & workshops

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Slides and videos

Slides: lectures from faculty, abstract presentations, electronic posters. 

Videos: all of the sessions from the congress are recorded.

Slides and videos are available on the Scientific Programme & Planner.
Select any session to view the resources available:

Slides and videos are accessible to HFA Silver & Gold Members and Fellows of the HFA.
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Resources open to all

Abstracts

Abstracts are open to all online:

Congress News

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Heart Failure 2015 and the 2nd World Congress on Acute Heart Failure

Seville, Spain - 23 to 26 May 2015

Key figures from this congress

  • 4 791 participants from 97 countries
  • 260 Faculty
  • 104 scientific programme sessions
  • 1 588 abstracts submitted & 1 461 abstracts accepted
  • 224 clinical cases submitted & 76 accepted
  • 40 late breaking trials submitted
  • 30 Industry partners, +700sqm Exhibition, 22 Industry sessions & workshops

Abstracts

Abstracts are open to all online:

Slides

Slides from all of the sessions of the congress are accessible on the Scientific Programme & Planner.

Select any session to view the slides available: presentations from faculty, oral abstract presentations and electronic posters!

Slides are accessible to HFA Silver & Gold Members and Fellows of the HFA.

Not yet a member? - Join the HFA now

What are you missing ? View this slides from a selection of sessions open to all:

The global heart failure epidemic

Videos

All of the sessions of the congress are recorded - watch the videos on the Scientific Programme & Planner

Videos are accessible to HFA Silver & Gold Members and Fellows of the HFA.

Not yet a member? - Join the HFA now

Congress News

Accessible to everyone, the Heart Failure Congress News (PDF) is the daily newspaper covering all the scientifc highlights of the congress.

  • Heart failure takes centre stage
  • On the Shoulders of Giants
  • EJHF: Leading the way in key heart failure publications
  • Heart Failure congress celebrates 20 years
  • Does digoxin increase mortality risk in heart failure patients?
  • Kidney protection ‘rarely needed in acute HF’
  • What was the last challenge you encountered with a patient with AHF?
  • failure of the last decade?

NEWS FROM SATURDAY MAY 23

  • Antidepressant therapy in heart failure patients called into question
  • Towards Effective Heart Failure Treatment - A Tale of Two Cities
  • Focus sessions: new app allows delegates to vote with smart phones
  • Scientific excellence rewarded at Heart Failure 2015
  • Hyperkalaemia in heart failure patients rapidly normalised with novel drug
  • What is the biggest benefit of presenting an abstract at the Heart Failure congress?

NEWS FROM SUNDAY MAY 24

  • HFA launches new initiatives
  • Translating basic science into heart failure care
  • Preventing heart failure rehospitalisations with wearable technology
  • Registry data shows gaps in heart failure care
  • Are enough heart failure patients being offered heart transplants and LVAD?
  • How does the Heart Failure congress influence your day to day clinical practice?

NEWS FROM MONDAY MAY 25

  • Heart Failure 2016: see you in Florence
  • Stem cell recruitment factor boosts ventricular remodelling in heart failure
  • The HFA and its National Heart Failure Societies
  • Implantable device improves outcomes and quality of life in heart failure patients
  • Highlights session provides take-home messages for Heart Failure 2015
  • What are, in your opinion, the biggest breakthroughs in the management of heart failure of the last decade?

NEWS FROM TUESDAY MAY 26

Session Reports

Accessible to everyone, session reports are written from our world leading experts who write their feedback from a selection of sessions.