From America to Asia, there are a number of cardiology conferences taking place worldwide this year. Eminent cardiologists, Cardiac Surgeons and Healthcare professionals in the Cardiac sector are gathering together at some of the most exciting events of the year. There may be lots of Conferences to look forward to, but as we all know, it is physically impossible to attend them all. So which conferences are the most recommended and must attend cardiology congress for this year 2018? To simplify your hassle, as per continents we have picked up 5 must-attend cardiology conferences of 2018:
The American college of cardiology hosts International Cardiology Conference almost every year and is dedicated to spreading knowledge and latest advancements in the field of cardiology.
As per ESC website: “The ESC represents the full spectrum of cardiology and organizes a range of congresses which are leading international events in each of their subspecialty areas.”
With a view to promoting the research advancement, Cosmic Series is committed to bringing together leading experts of medical professionals, researchers, engineers, and scientists. We aspire to keep the world abreast of changing dynamics of the scientific arena through our international conferences, events, and exhibitions.
The 2018 Healthcare and Cardiology Conference is the Latest in the events calendar which is going to held in Bangkok, Thailand from September 18-19.
19th Annual SA Heart Congress 4- 7 October 2018, Sun City.
The South African Heart Association was formally constituted in September 1999, from the amalgamation of the Southern African Cardiac Society and the South African Society of Cardiac Practitioners, becoming the sole organization representing the professional interests of all cardiologists and cardio-thoracic surgeons in the country.
The Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand is the professional body for cardiologists and those working in the area of cardiology including researchers, scientists, cardiovascular nurses, allied health professionals and other healthcare workers. The Society is the chief advocacy group for the profession and aims to facilitate training, professional development and improve medical practice to enhance the quality of care for patients with cardiovascular disease.