Join leading global experts in cardiovascular disease prevention for the 9th National Prevention Conference at the Sheraton Athlone Hotel, on Friday 18th November. This will be our first in person event in almost three years and we are thrilled to once again network face to face with our colleagues and peers.
We have an exciting agenda that revolves around our main themes of Maximizing Patient Outcomes, Hot Topics in Cardiovascular Disease Management and Integrated Care Matters in Prevention. Visionary keynotes, cutting edge research, case spotlights and more, will all combine to give you the latest insights into the future of prevention and cardiovascular health. We also have the return of our much anticipated poster competition and three simultaneous breakout workshops
- Multidisciplinary Perspectives in the Management of Acute Coronary Syndromes (in collaboration with INCA).
- Expert Roundtable: Mental Health in People Living with Cardiovascular Disease.
- Top Tips in How to Get Lipids and Blood Pressure to Target.
This is a must-attend event for those that are working in the fields of cardiovascular health.
Conference Highlights Include…
- The Triple Threat: ASCVD, Diabetes, Kidneys – what every practitioner should know?
- Advances in Detection and Management of Atrial Fibrillation
- Revolutions in Living Longer Better
- Shared-Decision Making
- Pharmacological Game-Changers in Cardiometabolic Disease
- Digital Approaches to Improving Cardiovascular Outcomes
- Missed Opportunities in Enabling Self-Management
- Case-Based Spotlight on Women’s Heart Health
- Patient Realities
Call for Abstracts
Submission deadline extended: 2nd October
Conference abstracts are invited for submission. We welcome all abstracts giving details of clinical practice, projects, and research within cardiovascular prevention and rehabilitation.
The best abstracts will be invited to submit their poster which will be featured in the poster exhibition area, both at the conference and online. There will be an award for the Best Poster presented at the close of the Conference.
Friday 18th November
Statement of Support
NIPC is committed to providing continued medical education opportunities for Healthcare Professionals (HCPs) in Ireland and abroad. To this end, this conference has been sponsored to enable us to deliver the event free of charge to HCPs. All sponsorship is received in a transparent and fair manner, and does not influence the agenda or the educational content of our events.