CHDS faculty member Thomas Gaziano, MD, MSc is co-chairing the World Heart Federation’s Heart Talks: A Series of the 5th Global Summit on Circulatory Health, which launched on October 8, 2020.
Focused on the global healthcare workforce, this year’s Summit consists of four 1.5 hour interactive webinars held every two weeks between October-November. Registration for live participation is no-cost and recordings of the webinars will be made available.
The Series covers topics on CVD management in the post COVID-19 era and the role of the health workforce, innovations in training and teaching, the impact of telemedicine and AI, and the importance of adequate financing for health in times of economic instability.
Upcoming session on November 5, 2020: “Tomorrow Is Already Here: What Do Telemedicine and AI Mean for Health Professionals and People Living With Circulatory Diseases?”
Upcoming session on November 19, 2020: “Beyond Handclapping for Health Workers: How Can We Ensure That Adequate Financing for Health in an Economic Downturn Leads to Increased Access?”
Watch webinar recording from October 8, 2020: “Beyond Doom and Gloom: The Future of CVD & NCD Management in the Current and Post COVID-19 Era”
Watch webinar recording from October 22, 2020: “What Will the Post-COVID Workforce Look Like and How Will It Be Trained? Turning an Access to Care Crisis Into Integrated Care Delivery Systems”
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