Virtual Conference 2021

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Date:              Thursday, 25 March 2021
Time:             5 p.m. – 8:45 p.m. (EST, George Town, Cayman Islands ‎(UTC-5)‎)
Location:      Live webinar via Zoom (post event recording will be made available)
Agenda:         CLICK HERE FOR AGENDA

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The Cayman Heart Fund (CHF) Virtual Conference welcomes doctors specializing in heart disease from leading North American Hospitals including Baptist Health South Florida, Cleveland Clinic Florida, Holy Cross Hospital, Memorial Healthcare System, Jackson International, and a local case presentation from CTMH | Doctors Hospital.

This is a free event with CME credits available. Guest speakers will be sharing the most recent advances in cardiovascular care including developments in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of cardiovascular disease, and to ensure clinical relevance for translation to practice. We look forward to getting everyone together virtually for some valuable learning, information sharing, and peer support.

The theme of the 2021 event is “Back to a normal rhythm” in acknowledgement of the tumultuous events of the last year and to demonstrate our commitment and desire to restore normal activity as far as possible. The live zoom webinar welcomes a diverse audience from the allied medical community in the Cayman Islands and provides networking and engagement opportunities for practitioners from many fields. Each year, presentations and discussions focus on the latest scientific updates, new technology, approaches, and guidelines required to improve patient care.

Registration is free and CME credits are available.

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About the Cayman Heart Fund

The CHF is a non-profit organization incorporated under the Companies Law (2007 Revision) in 2007, with Registration License # 220594. Our aim is to alert, reduce and help prevent Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) – Cayman’s #1 cause of death in the Cayman Islands. We achieve this through education, training, and by providing medical equipment and services to the public.