EuroHeartCare 2018

07 - 09 June 2018, Dublin - Ireland

Session Details

Oral abstract session: PPCI , risk factors and prevention
Sat 09 Jun 14:00 - 15:30 Cardiovascular Nursing Abstract Session Davis Theater -
Chairpersons: Trine Bernholdt RASMUSSEN (Copenhagen N, Denmark), Margret SVAVARSDOTTIR (Akureyri, Iceland)
Learning Objectives: The winner of each session will receive the Best Oral Abstract Presentation Award Diploma and free registration to EuroHeartCare 2019. - Participating this session will facilitate participants to • Increase knowledge on several topics as cardiac surgery, anticoagulants to ICD patient outcomes • Become familiar with up to date research and practice development in different specialties and countries • Understand that nursing research contributes to improving the quality of care for our patients and to the professional development of nursing • Appreciate the presentation of the course of research as models of specifically guided acquisition of new insights into good clinical practice. • Discuss new advancements and implement them in their own everyday practice. • Appreciate the patient's perception of health and their preferences in defining the goals of care.

Abstract Slides/e-posters Video Report

List of Presentations

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