Cardiovascular TV presents: round table discussions from the American Society of Hematology (ASH) Annual meeting 2013
From December 7th through December 10th, 2013, the American Society of Hematology presents its 55th annual meeting in New Orleans, Louisiana. As the premier hematology event of the year, this meeting is an invaluable educational experience for all attendees and provides opportunities to grow professionally by learning about the latest clinical updates in research, therapies, and practice strategies through Education and Scientific Programs. Cardiovascular TV will present a series of round table discussions, which will update you on the latest news in hematology.
Cardiovascular TV presents: highlights from the American Heart Association – Scientific Sessions 2013
The AHA – Scientific Sessions Annual Meeting 2013 was held in Dallas, Texas, from November 16th through November 20th, 2013. This offered a unique opportunity to a global perspective on the most important issues in cardiovascular science. More than 18,000 professionals attended scientific Sessions from 105 countries. The scope and quality of the scientific exchange made Scientific Sessions again the premier cardiovascular research and instructional meeting in the world. Cardiovascular TV presents 11 series of interviews, which will update you on the latest highlights in clinical and scientific cardiovascular topic. Programs from the American Heart Association – Scientific Sessions 2013 are supported with an unrestricted educational grant from Bayer.
Cardiovascular TV presents: highlights from the VeniceArrhythmias 2013
From October 27th until October 29th, the 13th edition of the Venice Arrhythmias was held. VeniceArrhythmias is a biannual meeting and has become one of the most important international congresses in the field of arrhythmology with almost 3000 attendees and with more than 400 invited speakers. We are happy to announce that Cardiovascular TV presents six series of interviews, that provides an update on the latest clinical and scientific information presented during the VA.Programs from VeniceArrhythmias are supported with an unrestricted educational grant from Bayer.