ESC congress is the one of the biggest cardiology conferences in the world. Over 30 300 healthcare professionals attended the ESC congress held in Barcelona, Spain on 30 Aug- 3 Sep. Six CESAR members (Anna Strömberg, Tiny Jaarsma, Jeroen Hendriks, Lisa Hjelmfors, Maria Liljeroos and Naoko Kato) actively attended and presented their research.
ESC congress offers free access to these webcasts, slides and abstracts. http://congress365.escardio.org/
In the session of “technology and the internet: innovative ways to provide cardiovascular disease prevention”, Anna Strömberg and Tiny Jaarsma gave lectures titled “internet-based self-care: the next generation of health care delivery?” and “social media in patient care: benefits and dangers,”
The title of his abstract was Proof of concept study in nurse-led integrated chronic atrial fibrillation management by Hendriks J.M.L., Crijns H.J.G.M., and Vrijhoef H.J.M.
In the session of “more than disease management: dilemma in cardiovascular conditions,” Lisa Hjelmfors and Naoko Kato presented their research. Title: Why do nurses discuss prognosis with the heart failure patient, and why not? Authors: Hjelmfors A.-L, Van Der Wal M.H.L, Stromberg A., Friedrichsen M, Martensson J, and Jaarsma T.
Two posters by several CESAR members was also presented. Title: Nurses perspectives on discussion prognosis and end-of-life in heart failure patients Authors: Van Der Wal M.H.L, Hjelmfors A.-L., Stromberg A, Jaarsma T.
Authors: Liljeroos M, Ågren S, Jaarsma T, Årestedt K. Strömberg A.