Annual Conference

Heart Failure Update 2018

Canada’s largest meeting devoted to heart failure returns to the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, as the  Ted Rogers Centre and Canadian Heart Failure Society  unite to host Heart Failure Update 2018.

The event assembles clinicians, investigators, nurses, research staff, allied health professionals and trainees working in this evolving and critical area. *** Members of Ted Rogers Centre partner institutions may register at no cost.

When: May 11-12, 2018
Where: Metro Toronto Convention Centre, South Building, 222 Bremner Blvd, Level 700

With a bench-to-bedside makeup, the event focuses on the latest clinical advances for the practicing clinician and nurse while exploring novel basic and translational science in key areas that have a major impact on heart failure care.

We are inviting national and international heart failure experts to lead plenaries, scientific sessions, interactive workshops, and panel discussions.

Heart Failure Update 2017

The Canadian Heart Failure Society and the Ted Rogers Centre for Heart Research united to co-host Canada’s largest meeting devoted to heart failure. This special event offered the latest information for the practising clinician and nurse, and a simultaneous stream focused on investigative research – truly bench to bedside.

Sessions featured an interactive roster of expert plenaries, case-based panel discussions, workshops and debates targeted at health-care professionals and investigators whose focus is improved heart failure treatment and prevention.

Ted Rogers Centre Scientific Symposium 2016

Our first major international conference launched in Toronto in May 2016. The Ted Rogers Centre for Heart Research Scientific Symposium united the cardiovascular community in southern Ontario and beyond to participate in advanced concepts and conversations around heart failure.

This two-day event featured leading experts across multiple disciplines including keynote speakers Dr. Hugh Watkins (University of Oxford, at left), Dr. Mikhail Kosiborod (Saint Luke’s Mid America Heart Institute) and Dr. Adrian Hernandez (Duke University). Click here for recorded sessions from this event.