Preventing Sudden Cardiac Death - Risk Profiles and Red Flags

September 22, 2017 -   September 22, 2017 Toronto, ON
08:00 AM - 05:00 PM

For Health Care Professionals: An educational conference focusing on inherited cardiac rhythm disorders and prevention of sudden cardiac death.


Event Overview

This conference will focus on the complex problems associated with diagnosis and
treatment of channelopathies, cardiomyopathies, and the genetics of
unexpected cardiac death in children and young adults.
Program Directors:
Susan Etheridge, MD
Robert Hamilton, MD
Danna Spears, MD
Target Audiences:
- Adult and Pediatric Electrophysiologists
- Adult and Pediatric Cardiologists
- Physician Assistants 
- Family Practice and ER Physicians
- Pediatricians
- RNs and School Nurses
- Coroners and Medical Examiners
- Genetic Counsellors

Event Details

Pending Accreditation
PLEASE STAY TUNED! Agenda will be available soon.
How to Book Your Hotel Room:
Sheraton Toronto Airport Hotel & Conference Centre
Guests should reference the group name "SADS Canada” or the group code "SI18AB” in order to book the special group rate.


Location: Toronto, ON

Sheraton Toronto Airport Hotel & Conference Centre

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