Western Atrial Fibrillation Symposium is the definitive event on the topic. If you miss it, you will be missing the latest trends in the field. I bring multiple staff members with me - there is something for all of them.
February 23-24, 2024 | Park City, Utah |
February 23-24, 2024 | Park City, Utah
Join colleagues and experts from the atrial fibrillation community for the 17th annual Western Atrial Fibrillation Symposium, an internationally recognized meeting focused on improving outcomes worldwide.
Led by world-renowned faculty who will discuss the latest advancements in diagnosis and treatment, the program includes challenging case studies, engaging panel discussions, and topic-focused roundtables for interactive learning.
Covering AFib A-Z, the robust agenda features a mix of clinically relevant topics and perspectives from the whole team, which will advance your education and enhance your multidisciplinary approach.
Join professionals and global leaders in atrial fibrillation research and treatment for collaborative discussions and quality, interactive education to update knowledge and improve practice skills, strategies, and interventions.
According to the CDC:
- More than 454,000 hospitalizations with AFib as the primary diagnosis happen each year in the U.S.
- The condition contributes to approximately 158,000 deaths each year.
- The death rate from AFib as the primary or a contributing cause of death has been rising for more than two decades.
This highly acclaimed program is specifically designed for:
- Cardiologists & Cardiothoracic Surgeons
- Primary Care Physicians
- EP Lab Allied Health Professionals
- Others interested in AFib Innovations at all levels, including Students & Fellows
- Industry/Tech Solution Providers
Global, cutting-edge topics, such as around-the-world options for improved patient care and outcomes, will be offered through a packed program of:
- Case-Based Discussions
- State of the Science Lectures
- Lightning Rounds of Panel Presentations
- Interactive Roundtables
- Audience Q&A
- Live & Twitter-Based Reflective Questioning