WEBINAR SERIES — No. 2

Contemporary Questions in Congenital Heart Disease

Single Ventricle Fontan Heart Disease:
How can we improve outcomes?

Register below to join us for the 2nd webinar in this series:

Tuesday, June 2, 2020, from 10 AM–12 PM EDT

WEBINAR SERIES — No. 1

Contemporary Questions in Congenital Heart Disease

Contemporary questions in Tetralogy of Fallot: How can we avoid poor outcomes late after repair?
FEATURED WEBINAR
Congenital Heart Academy:
Professor Anderson’s Classroom on Cardiac Development

FEATURED VODCAST

50 Years of Congenital Cardiac Surgery

A conversation with Professor Jane Somerville about the evolution of congenital cardiac surgery and the development of adult congenital cardiology.


Professor Jane Somerville is Emeritus Professor of Cardiology Imperial College, London. She defined the concept & speciality of Grown Up/Adult Congenital Cardiology.

FEATURED VODCAST

Coping During COVID-19: Ideas For Providers

A conversation with Dr. Adrienne Kovacs about how health providers can cope with the stresses induced by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Dr. Adrienne Kovacs is a psychologist with the Knight Cardiovascular Institute at Oregon Health & Science University who has worked in ACHD for over 15 years. She is the President-Elect of the International Society for Adult Congenital Heart Disease (ISACHD).

FEATURED VODCAST

Telemedicine in Adult Congenital Cardiology

A conversation with Dr. Ami Bhatt about how to incorporate Telehealth into your clinical practice, especially in these difficult times.

Dr. Ami Bhatt is the Director of the ACHD service at Massachusetts General Hospital. She is a pioneer in the field of Telehealth and incorporates Telemedicine into her daily clinical work.
FEATURED WHITE PAPER

Check out the newest Heart University publication
from our international team!

Heart University: a new online educational forum in paediatric and adult congenital cardiac care. The future of virtual learning in a post-pandemic world?

Cardiology in the Young — March 2020 — Cambridge University Press

SURGICAL SERIES

Surgical Techniques and Management

A collection of descriptive intraoperative surgical videos

FEATURED MODULE

COVID-19
Response & Resources

ACHA presents a webinar on
COVID-19 for CHD patients.

Annual Meeting of the British Congenital Cardiac Association
FEATURED CONFERENCE

November 19–20, 2019 — Sage Gateshead, Newcaster upon Tyne, UK

LECTURE SERIES
Professor Robert Anderson’s
Cardiac Morphology
Winter 2020
Master Class – Series 1

Robert Shaddy
Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles
Pediatric Heart Failure: are we any closer to heart success?

Andrew Redington
Cincinnati Children’s
Tetralogy of Fallot: 350 years of evolving understanding

Gil Wernovsky
Children’s National
The Next Frontiers in Congenital Cardiac Care

FEATURED LECTURE SERIES

Cardiology in Low and Middle Income Countries

Series led by Krishna Kumar, MD, Children’s HeartLink and other experts from around the world.

Over 90% of the world’s children with congenital heart disease are born in low and middle income countries, yet education regarding the care of these children in this setting is lacking.

World Population in 2018 – Source: worldmapper.org

FEATURED MODULE

Median Sternotomy

Check out the first published module in this newly developing Surgical Assistants Curriculum

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GUIDELINES & REFERENCES

UPCOMING EVENTS-Please check with organization if rescheduled due to COVID 19 outbreak

06/19 Cancelled – American Society of Echocardiography (ASE 2020)
Denver, Colorado
10/01 Cancelled – 2020 Cardiac Morphology Course. John G. Rangos Sr. Conference Center
UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh
10/15 5th Annual Advances in Congenital Heart Disease Summit
Cleveland, OH
10/22 9th Annual Scientific Sessions of the Cardiac Neurodevelopmental Outcome Collaborative
Houston, TX
10/28 NeoHeart 2020: Cardiovascular Management of the Neonate
Columbia University, New York.