Our mission is to become a worldwide reference for education in the field for all professionals involved in the process to dissemintate knowledge & skills of Acute Cardiovascular Care
Our mission is to promote excellence in clinical diagnosis, research, technical development, and education in cardiovascular imaging in Europe.
Our mission: To promote excellence in research, practice, education and policy in cardiovascular health, primary and secondary prevention.
Our goal is to reduce the burden in cardiovascular disease in Europe through percutaneous cardiovascular interventions.
Our Mission is "to improve the quality of life of the population by reducing the impact of cardiac rhythm disturbances and reduce sudden cardiac death"
To improve quality of life and logevity, through better prevention, diagnosis and treatment of heart failure, including the establishment of networks for its management, education and research.
Working Groups goals is to stimulate and disseminate scientific knowledge in different fields of cardiology.
ESC Councils goal is to share knowledge among medical professionals practising in specific cardiology domains.
OUR MISSION: TO REDUCE THE BURDEN OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE
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Basic scientists & nursesBasic scientists (35 years old and under) and Nurses who have an accepted abstract in Heart Failure 2017 register for only 120€
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The Heart failure specialists of Tomorrow (HoT) group organised the first HoT Walk on Sunday morning during the Heart Failuree Congress in Florence, Italy.
Nearly 100 people took this opportunity to walk together to explore the charming historical city center of Florence!
Are you full of energy and new ideas?Are you open to new experiences and international networking in the field of heart failure?If your answer to these questions is YES, then this initiative, designed by the HFA, is for you. Join us and make the most of all the opportunities our initiative has to offer!
HoT stands for Heart failure specialists of Tomorrow and is a new initiative designed by the Heart Failure Association of the ESC.
Heart failure is an growing problem which will overwhelm cardiology in the near future. We want you to be the future of the HFA and actively help us to tackle this global health priority.
The HOT initiative provides a platform for an active and creative network of young people interested in heart failure in an unique interdisciplinary manner. We want to ensure mutual collaboration between different young professionals including cardiologists, nurses, physiotherapists, scientists and other disciplines.
The goal of the HOT initiative is to spread the HFA's mission to the younger generation and to promote young excellence in the HFA field and the heart failure.
The HoT membership is free!
In order to become a HoT member, you need to be:
If you are interested in the HoT initiative, please fill out this form so that we can contact you.
Involvement in the HoT initiative will help you to:
Importantly, the HFA has a special membership fee for under 40's. For 72 euros, you have access to the HFA Online Education modules, the online version of the European Journal of Heart Failure and access to HF congress slides and educational material. You can join also HFA committees and contribute to HFA newsletters and educational materials.
During the HFA Congress 2016 in Florence, we are planning events for HoT members:
The HoT initiative aims to support nurses to develop their clinical and academic expertise through access to education, training and international collaboration with experts in the field. Becoming a HoT member is a great way for nurses to network with other disciplines and stay up-to-date with novel advances in HF.
To promote the HoT initiative among nurses we attendED the British Society for Heart Failure annual Heart Failure Nurse Study Day, March 2016 where nurses had the opportunity to meet HoT members and learn about the benefits we offer.
We hosted a ‘HoT track’ as part of the Heart Failure 2016: 3rd World Congress on Acute Heart Failure, May 2016, Florence, where nurses had the opportunity to submit abstracts and clinical cases .
To find out more about the HoT initiative and the unique opportunities it offers to nurses we plan to publish a HoT nursing paper. Join HoT today and help us to raise the international profile of HF nursing.
The HoT initiative gathers young people (undergraduate or PhD students, postdocs aged 40 and under) from different disciplines (medicine, biology, biochemistry, chemistry, biophysics, biomedical engineering, etc.), who are involved in research projects in the field of heart failure.
HoT network will help you to:
The HoT initiative has already established a co-operation with the Scientists of Tomorrow (SoT), the initiative of the Basic Research Council of ESC. Further information can be found here .
Early in 2016, Prof. Marco Metra, Editor-in-Chief of the European Journal of Heart Failure invited HoT members to apply to review papers for this journal.
The response was encouraging and over the next few months, several HoT members will be invited as additional reviewers and will be added to the usual reviewers for each article. Their reviews will be ranked by the associate editors. At the next HFA Congress in Florence 2016, the five best HoT reviewers will be anounced and awarded.
HoT national representatives are responsible for establishing and promoting the HoT initiative in their country and serving as a link between HoT members in their country and the HoT nucleus.
Go to the HoT national representative list and find the contact name for your country as well as the link to the national HoT webpage. If your country does not have one yet, please contact us and we will advise you when one is selected.
Ewa Jankowska (Wroclaw, PL) E-mail
Place of work: Laboratory for Applied Research on Cardiovascular System, Department of Heart Diseases, Wroclaw Medical University, and Department of Cardiology, Centre for Heart Diseases, Military Hospital, Wroclaw, Poland
Areas of interest: iron deficiency and anaemia in heart failure, metabolic derangements in heart failure (e.g. anabolic/catabolic imbalance), biomarkers in heart failure
Rui Placido (Lisbon, PT)
Place of work: Santa Maria University Hospital, Cardiology Department, Lisbon Academic Medical Centre, CCUL, Lisbon, Portugal
Areas of interest: multimodality imaging in heart failure, biomakers in heart failure, pulmonary hypertension and right ventricular dysfunction.
Giuseppe Vergaro (Pisa, IT) E-mail
Place of work: Division of Cardiology and Cardiovascular Medicine, Gabriele Monasterio Foundation, Pisa and Institute of Life Sciences, Sant’Anna School for Advanced Studies, Pisa, Italy
Areas of interest: neurohormonal activation and peripheral feedbacks in heart failure; biomarkers in heart failure; cardiomyopathies.
Markus Wallner (Philadelphia, US)
Place of work: Cardiovascular Research Center Temple, University School of Medicine, Philadelphia, US
Area of interests: heart failure, cardiac regeneration, basic research
Sophie Welch (London, GB)
Place of work: Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust, Cardiovascular Biomedical Research Unit, London, United Kingdom
Areas of interest: genetics in heart failure, treatment decision-making in heart failure
Can-Martin Sag (DE)
Place of work: Department of Cardiology, University hospital of Regensburg, Germany
Areas of interest: Molecular mechanisms of heart failure as well as heart failure related arrhythmogenesis on the in vitro level (Calcium and ROS-signaling in cardiac myocytes) as well as on the in vivo level(echocardiographic and electrophysiologic studies)
Tamas Radovits (HU) E-mail
Place of work: Heart and Vascular Center, Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary
Areas of interest: experimental cardiology and cardiac surgery; animal models of myocardial hypertrophy, heart failure and heart transplantation; in vivo hemodynamics, left ventricular P-V analysis; diabetic cardiomyopathy; cGMP-signalling
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