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Updated Australian heart failure guidelines - what's new? Webinar - 19 September

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Date: Wednesday 19th September 2018 Time: 6.30-7.30pm AEST Overview: The new 2018 heart failure guidelines have just been released by the National Heart Foundation of Australia (NHFA) in partnership with the Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand (CSANZ). Find out about key recommendations and updates in this interactive webinar, and how these changes relate to your practice as a GP. Expert speakers who were involved in the development of the guidelines will discuss what’s new, including heart failure prevention, classification and investigation, diagnosis, management and palliative care. Speaker: Prof Andrew Sindone B. Med (hons), MD, FRACP, FCSANZ Professor Andrew Sindone is the Director of the Heart Failure Unit and Department of Cardiac Rehabilitation at Concord Hospital and Consultant Cardiologist at Ryde Hospital in Sydney. He has a private Cardiology practice in Eastwood and Westmead. He holds academic appointments at the University of Sydney and Western Sydney University. He is a Chairman of the NSW Cardiovascular Expert Reference Group, member of the Heart Foundation of Australia, was on the Scientific Committee for the World Congress of Cardiology in 2002 and is co-author of the Australian Guidelines for the Management of Heart Failure. He is patron of multiple charities and assists the Italian Community in education and support of those with heart disease. This webinar includes an opportunity for all participants to take part in an interactive Q&A with host speaker Prof Andrew Sindone. This activity is sponsored by Novartis.

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Updated Australian heart failure guidelines - what's new? Webinar - 19 September
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