04/29/2022 ICCAC Annual Meeting at ISHLT
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We are back IN-PERSON and VIRTUAL for the 2022 ICCAC Annual Meeting which will be held in conjunction with ISHLT Annual meeting and scientific sessions. Non-members are invited as well; however, members receive a discounted rate. You can expect a fun cocktail hour with dinner to start followed by a special address from your ICCAC President Tim Robbins. We also have a special Keynote Speaker - Dr. Brad Neider The Healthy Humorist and then will break into some round table topics. Come join us for a night of networking with your fellow VAD clinicians while learning more about ICCAC and growing in your field!
Date: Friday April 29th
Time: 6:00pm- 8:30pm
Location: Sheraton Boston (which is connected to the John B. Hynes Convention Center)
Room: Republic Foyer and Ballroom
Address: 39 Dalton St, Boston MA 02199
Note that you do not have to sign up for ISHLT to attend this event, but if you are planning on it, here are some additional details:
Register for ISHLT Register here
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ISHLT Mechanical Circulatory Support Sessions to look out for:
- 4/27/2022 10:15am Session 04: Should We or Not? Patient Selection for MCS and Transplantation
- 4/28/2022 0700 Sunrise 03: How to Heal a Broken Heart: Using Durable VADs to Promote Myocardial Recovery
- 4/28/2022 10:30am Session 25: The Risky Arrhythmia: Matching Risks and Benefits of Cardiac Devices in LVAD Patients
- 4/28/2022 1:30pm Session 32: Unique Challenges for Women and Children Supported with MCS
-4/29/2022 1:15pm Session 60: Train the Trainer and Trainer Best Practices: What MCS Clinicians Can Learn From Their Patients (VAD Coordinator driven session)
... AND SO MANY MORE!!!