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Whatever your career in heart failure, we have developed many initiatives for you !
In recognition of the activities carried out by the HoT group members within their NHFS, the HFA has developed a new annual award programme
The HFA welcomes the new initiative to award the most active HoT group and National Heart Failure Society (NHFS).
The winning group will receive 1000 euro, and 3 runners-up will receive 500 euro each. All of them will be presented during the HF Summit (October/November) and also announced at the HF Congress (May).
Results were announced at the HFA National Heart Failure Summit 2018 (October 27, 2018). The HoT Awards will be presented during HF Congress 2019 in Athens.
The winner for the 2018 edition is Spain. ¡ Felicidades !Lebanon, Turkey and Poland are runners-up.
The HFA HoT Nucleus would like to thank all the candidates for their participation.
The electronic application process opened from September 10th 2018 to October 13th 2018. Submissions were judged by a jury composed by 5 HFA Board members and 1 HoT nucleus member.
For the first edition, 8 countries were running for the award. The candidates were:
The 2019 edition will be opened in early September 2019. Be ready !
The HoT Nucleus is pleased to announce a new initiative: HFA Exchange travel fellowship.
HFA wants to foster exchanges among young clinicians and basic scientists interested in heart failure. This grant shall help you to go and train into one of the top research and clinical centres in Europe.
For the 2019 call, 5 grants of €4,000 each are available.
This grant is restricted to HFA Heart Failure Specialists of Tomorrow (HoT) members only. Please go to the membership section for more information.
Prior to click on the linke, please prepare the following documents:
The HoT Nucleus will review each application. They will pay attention to the following aspects:
The Clinical Trialists Summer School focuses on clinical trials and data analysis in Heart Failure. Organised Prof. Ewa Jankowska (Chair of the HoT Committee), Prof. Scott Solomon (Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, Director of Noninvasive Cardiology and Senior Physician at Brigham and Women’s Hospital), it is based on state-of-the-art lectures regarding novelties in heart failure by key opinion leaders and principal investigators, rapid presentations by some young clinicians, interactive discussions, and mentoring.
The HFA believes that through this interaction, novel and promising concepts for the understanding and treatment of heart failure can be developed at the crossroad of experienced experts, trialists, and young enthusiastic clinicians. Young clinicians will benefit from the unique atmosphere through new ideas, mentoring and motivation to follow an even more enthusiastic career in clinical science in the field of heart failure.
Becoming a HoT member is a great way for nurses to network with other disciplines and stay up-to-date with novel advances in heart failure.
To date, we have supported nurses to develop local heart failure education projects, promoted funding opportunities for nursing research and initiated collaborations between nurses in Europe and the UK to support clinical development.
The HoT initiative has received a lot of interest from nurses nationally and internationally. Join HoT today and help us to raise the international profile of Heart Failure 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:
HoT organizes interesting translational research sessions at the annual Heart Failure congresse.The annual HFA Winter Meetings on Translational Heart Failure Research provide you with an excellent forum for getting insights into state-of-the art basic science knowledge in the field of heart failure.The HoT initiative has already established a co-operation with the Scientists of Tomorrow (SoT), the initiative of the Basic Research Council of ESC.
Our mission: To reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease
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