Live virtual sessions featuring multidisciplinary speakers on a variety of topics related to rare cardiac conditions.
- Learn how to develop a successful program for patients with rare cardiac conditions.
- Review discovery research and funding opportunities.
- Discuss strategies to improve patient care and collaboration with peers.
Join this interactive virtual conference and learn about the challenges and opportunities in understanding and treating rare cardiac conditions.
The conference will include plenary morning sessions followed by subgroup sessions in the afternoon.
Download the conference agenda (updated Feb. 13, 2023).
2023 Rare Cardiac Conditions Conference Agenda (PDF)
Plenary session presenter biographies
Download the plenary session presenter biographies.
Plenary session presenter biographies (PDF)
Sub-conference sessions presenter biographies
Download the sub-conference session presenter biographies.
Sub-conference session presenter biographies (PDF)
Health care professionals involved with or interested in the care of patients with rare cardiac conditions, researchers, policy decision makers.
Microsoft Teams. Links for the conference will be sent to your email following registration. Please do not share your meeting links.
Required. Register to the plenary morning sessions and only one of the afternoon’s subgroup sessions. Recordings of all sessions will be available post conference.
Plenary morning sessions:
Subgroup afternoon sessions:
Attendees may join only one afternoon session. Preview the agenda to see the list of presenters for each session.
- Register for the Cardiac Amyloidosis subgroup
- Register for the Cardiac Sarcoidosis subgroup
- Register for the Genetic Aortopathy subgroup
- Register for the Inherited Arrhythmia subgroup
- Register for the Neuromuscular Disease subgroup
- Register for the Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection subgroup
This event is an Accredited Group Learning Activity (Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, and approved by the University of Ottawa’s Office of Continuing Professional Development. You may claim a maximum of 6,50 hours (credits are automatically calculated).
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For questions, please email Bonnie Chan at BonChan@ottawaheart.ca.