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Exploring the Frontiers of Heart Failure ScienceOnline from 5 - 19 June
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The event to attend for cardiovascular nurses and allied professionals helping healthcare professionals deliver the best care possible to patients with cardiovascular disease.
This is expected to be the largest online gathering of cardiovascular professionals the world has ever seen. ESC Congress, once again, will be a celebration of discovery; a celebration of science.
Digital Health is now the third-largest industry in the European health sector, after pharmaceuticals and medical devices. But where do the experts stand on digital health today and what are the opportunities and hurdles that lie ahead?
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Mark your calendars now and join us online each day – from Saturday, 29 August to Tuesday, 1 September - for the most engaging presentations.
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Find a selection of educational products, including webinars, online courses, clinical cases and resources, designed to help diversify your CME Activities online.
Key messages, interviews and discussions - featuring Hot Lines and guidelines from ESC Congress.
Find specific tools for clinical training and improvement.
The latest European CVD data that highlights major healthcare gaps and inequalities in heart failure management.
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