CPD Activities

Africa STEMI Live


Africa STEMI Live


Starting on :01:00 AM 20 April, 2017 Venue:Radisson Blu Hotel
Ending on :06:00 PM 22 April, 2017 Max Credits:20
Moderator:No Activity Moderator Activity Cost: Free Order

Presenters

1. Dr. Mohamed Jeilan
Cardiology
AKUHN

2. Dr. ANDERS BARASA
CARDIOLOGIST
AKUHN

3. Dr. FRED BUKACHI
CARDIOLOGIST
KNH

4. Dr. ANTHONY GIKONYO
CARDIOLOGIST
KAREN HOSPITAL

5. Dr. BERNARD GITURA
CARDIOLOGIST PRESIDENT, KENYA CARDIAC SOCIETY
KNH

6. Dr. CHARLES KARIUKI
CARDIOLOGIST
NAIROBI HOSPITAL

7. Dr. SWALEH MISFAR
CARDIOLOGIST
AGA KHAN MSA

8. Dr. HARUN OTIENO
CARDIOLOGIST
AKUHN

9. Dr. HASHAM VARWANI
RESIDENT
AKUHN

10. Prof. ELIJAH OGOLA
CARDOLOGIST
THE UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI

Description

A historical first. An exciting initiative. You attended it. If you didn’t, you heard about it. Now a year later…

The Pan-African Society of Cardiology (PASCAR) and its partners invite you to join AFRICA STEMI LIVE 2017! as the African continent works its way through the impending epidemic of Coronary Artery Disease.

Leading local and International experts will comprise a faculty that will take the delegates through the fundamental principles of STEMI management to the latest International guidelines, in the backdrop of uniquely African challenges and suggested solutions.

The conference will include live case presentations, patient interviews, panel discussions and breakaway workshops designed to cater for all levels of delegates.

 


Objectives

Heart attack management will be covered from the time of symptom onset, through the first contact with a GP or Emergency Room management, through cardiac interventions and post MI treatments.

All medical personnel involved in the care of potential STEMI patients, and stakeholders and industry executives involved in policy making and health care are encouraged to attend in order to gain important insights into best practice in STEMI care.

New in Africa STEMI this year! is a dedicated Echo Foundation workshop and Live patient interviews.

  • One whole session has been dedicated to review the Africa STROKE initiative, to look at ways in which Stroke care can borrow from Heart Attack management system and develop in parallel.




Online Register