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FH sessions at EAS 2017 

FH sessions at EAS 2017, April 23-26, Prague, Czech Republic 

EAS-FHSC Central & Eastern European Symposium on FH

Warsaw, Poland
November 25-27, 2016

The Symposium will summarize and discuss up-to-date information on FH and bring together leaders in the field.

One of the main themes of the Symposium is to facilitate collaboration between experts, with particular focus on the region of Central and Eastern Europe, and to invite them for closer cooperation with EAS in the Central & Eastern European Key Opinion Leader Summit.

Read more about the meeting

EAS Advanced Course on FH

EAS Advanced course on FH - Familial Hypercholesterolaemia, October 13-15, Athens, Greece

EAS-FHSC National Lead Investigator &
European FH Patient Organisation Representatives meeting

Patient Participation & Public Engagement in FH

Monday November 30, 2015
Invitation-only meeting, FHSC and European FH patient representatives.
Svenska Mässan (Congress centre), Gothenburg, Sweden

Organisers: Alberico L. Catapano & Kausik Ray

Discussion & networking.

 

EAS 2015 Glasgow

Patient Participation & Public Engagement in FH

Saturday-Sunday March 21-22, 2015
Invitation-only meeting
Glasgow, UK

  • View the Programme details
    Programme
  • View the presentations made by the meeting participants (with thanks to the presenters for allowing us to share these materials)
    Slide presentations

EBAC-Accredited Programme :: FH Studies Collaboration Symposium

Sunday March 22, 2015, 10.00-11.45
Scottish Exhibition & Conference Centre (SECC) Glasgow, UK

  • View the Programme details
    Programme
  • View the recordings of the presentations on the EAS Academy (log-in to EAS Academy site required)
    Webcasts of presentations
  • Before the FH Studies Collaboration Symposium we sent a short questionnaire to the Congress delegates to survey the knowledge, attitudes and practices of physicians and healthcare professionals involved in the care of FH.

    The responses we received were pooled anonymously to generate summary data.

    We then re-issued the questionnaire in the weeks following the session, and have compared the results of both the pre- and post-session responses. These have been complied in a short presentation, and are now available to view.
    View the survey response summary

    These results will be used in the ongoing work of the FH Studies Collaboration.

ISA 2015 Amsterdam

23-26 May, 2015
Amsterdam RAI Congress Centre, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Editorial coverage on FH related sessions at the ISA meeting at www.PACE-CME.org

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