EPI|Lifestyle Scientific Sessions 2024
Connecting with Expert Peers and Visionaries
Engage with esteemed peers and renowned speakers in the realm of translational and population science and become a driving force for change in the realm of heart disease and stroke prevention while fostering cardiovascular health.
The program boasts keynote lectures, interactive presentations focusing on population science and policy implications, a diverse array of oral abstract sessions, and discussions on the application of implementation science in promoting cardiovascular health and healthy behaviours. Enhance your EPI|Lifestyle experience by participating in networking roundtables and events designed to support early-career professionals. Your contribution is vital in advancing cardiovascular health and research.
The learning objectives for this meeting encompass a comprehensive exploration of strategies aimed at optimizing cardiovascular health and lifestyle choices for individuals. Participants will engage in discussions that leverage an understanding of policy implications and socioeconomic factors to propose solutions applicable to diverse populations. A key focus lies in incorporating the social determinants of health into both clinical practice and research, promoting a holistic approach to patient care.
EPI|Lifestyle aims to equip attendees with the ability to apply research findings and scientific innovations effectively. This includes tailoring interventions to optimize cardiovascular health parameters in individuals, irrespective of whether they have atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease (ASCVD) or not. The overarching goal is to bridge the gap between individualized care and population health, ensuring a nuanced understanding of diverse healthcare needs.
In addition, the meeting emphasizes staying at the forefront of cardiovascular epidemiology research. Participants will be encouraged to identify innovative areas and cultivate new skill sets necessary for advancing research in this dynamic field. By addressing these learning objectives, the meeting aims to empower professionals with the knowledge and tools needed to navigate the complex landscape of cardiovascular health and contribute meaningfully to its ongoing evolution.
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