Session Details

QoL in stable angina: is it a questionable or a long-standing point of view?
28 Aug 12:45 - 13:45 Stable coronary artery disease Satellite Symposium Astana - Village 2
Chairpersons: John CAMM (London, United Kingdom)
Subtitle: Sponsored by The Menarini Group
Learning Objectives: The present Satellite Symposium will be focused on the topic of quality of life (QoL) in patients with stable coronary artery disease. The aim of the present event is to provide an overview on the QoL topic trying to highlight the different significance that physicians and patients attribute to it. The second part of the Satellite Symposium, through clinical case discussion, will have the objective to transpose in clinical practice the concept of a correct assessment and the willingness of pursuing a patient’s global well-being by suggesting a more tailored approach based on individual characteristics.

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12:453721Introduction - QoL in stable angina: is it a questionable or a long-standing point of view?John CAMM (London, United Kingdom)
12:503722QoL for physicians and patients: it's time to merge perspectives.Peter COLLINS (Richmond, United Kingdom)
13:153723How our approach could meet patients' needs.Athanasios John MANOLIS (Voula, Athens, Greece)
13:403724Q&A and closing remarks - QoL in stable angina: is it a questionable or a long-standing point of view?John CAMM (London, United Kingdom)