Toronto Ottawa Heart Summit - Heart Failure Update

About Us

Who Are We?

We are a multi-disciplinary team of professionals aiming to provide attendees with the latest innovations in cardiovascular medicine via a dynamic, interactive event.

The Toronto Ottawa Heart Summit is a unique meeting in Canada. The 2-day format allows for primary care physicians, cardiovascular specialists, clinical- investigators and basic scientists to meet together face-to face to promote the translation of evidence from the bench to bedside to populations. With this structure, our themes of innovation and translation permeate every aspect of the meeting. With your outstanding contribution, we have achieved these goals. We appreciate any feedback from you as we are keen to build on our success, and to continue to improve our meeting.

Finally, we particularly appreciate your willingness to make time in your busy schedules to join us. We think of our meeting as the beginning of new collaborations, and the strengthening of those established over the past 20 years.

Why Attend?

This conference brings together the most exciting advances in cardiovascular disease and related multidisciplinary conditions, from treatment to prevention, and innovation to application. The program is unique because of its translational theme. The global faculty and participating audience represent the faces of cardiovascular medicine with a truly international perspective. This will bring discoveries to the bedside. To enhance the learning experience, the meeting features lectures, panel discussion, problem-solving sessions and case presentations to foster interaction between the faculty and the participants.

  • Overall impression: Presenters and panels

  • Learning needs met

  • Questions answered

  • Sufficient time for interactive learning

Program Directors

 

Chief Scientific Officer/VP of Research, University of Ottawa Heart Institute
Professor of Medicine, University of Ottawa

 

Peter Munk Chair in Multinational Clinical Trials
Director, Heart and Stroke Richard Lewar Centre of Excellence
Professor of Medicine, University of Toronto

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