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2019 Valvular Heart Disease Symposium

8 November 2019 - 9 November 2019

FOCUS ON TRANSCATHETER VALVE THERAPIES

We are delighted to invite you to attend the second state-of-the-art Valvular Heart Disease Symposium to be held in Sydney at Macquarie University on Friday November 8th and Saturday November 9th 2019.

In recent years, the treatment of valvular heart disease has been revolutionised by percutaneous therapies. Transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI) has transformed treatment of aortic stenosis by enabling percutaneous replacement of the aortic valve. Furthermore, there has been rapid progress in the development of transcatheter therapies for mitral regurgitation (MR) including the MitraClip procedure as well as emerging therapies such as transcatheter mitral valve replacement. In the last year, the landmark COAPT trial demonstrated striking prognostic benefit for the MitraClip in patients with functional MR – a finding that heralds a transformation in therapies for MR.

This Symposium will be interdisciplinary, bringing together Cardiologists, Cardiothoracic Surgeons and other clinicians with a cardiovascular interest together, in a Heart Team-based approach to comprehensively cover the latest developments and controversies in the clinical assessment and management of aortic stenosis, mitral regurgitation and tricuspid incompetence.

We will be joined by a leading international and national faculty including Keynote Speaker Professor Michael Mack, Director of the Cardiovascular Services for the Baylor Scott & White Health. Professor Mack, a Past President of the Society of Thoracic Surgeons (STS), has made seminal contributions to transcatheter heart valve therapies including being a leading investigator for the seminal PARTNER randomized clinical trials for TAVI and the COAPT trial for MitraClip. As a cardiothoracic surgeon who has made key contributions to transcatheter therapies, he is amongst the best placed to understand the future landscape in valvular heart disease therapies as a whole.

The two days of the Symposium will include structured presentations and practical imaging sessions for participants. There will be live echocardiography teaching sessions and an interactive interventional echocardiography teaching lab.

Registrations are strictly limited and will be taken on a first-come-first-served basis.

To register please follow this webpage.

Leaders, Innovators and Disruptors Networking Lunch

8 November 2019

All industries do a “Women to Watch” list – in Ad Agency world a name you’ll often find featured is Julie Dormand – & for good reason.

About this Event

This month’s Leaders, Innovators & Disruptors Networking Lunch speaker is Julie Dormand, CEO of MercerBell. Julie was recently named Industry Leader of the Year 2019 at the Mumbrella Awards and featured on B&T’s Women to Watch lists.

In this informative session Julie Dormand will talk about CX, cover off MercerBell’s identified trends in customer behaviour; and also look at the effect of CX and the resulting paradigm shifts seen across industries, with thoughts on what all this means for brands.

About:

Julie is a customer marketing professional with over 20 years experience including skills in business management, leadership, CRM, digital, data and CX.

Under her guidance MercerBell has grown to be a highly awarded and leading Australian Customer Experience (CX) Agency. As an active industry participant, Julie has received the ADMA AC&E Jon Clark Contribution Award for her involvement and dedication.

Julie has steered MercerBell on a pathway to constant growth and business success. This includes numerous awards, a constant growing list of blue-chip clients, opening a Melbourne office and the successful acquisition of MercerBell by the Publicis Groupe in 2016.

Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences Awards Presentation and Alumni Networking

8 November 2019

The Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences (FMHS) will welcome its alumni community back to the Macquarie University North Ryde campus on the evening of Friday 8 November. The event will be hosted by Professor Patrick McNeil, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Medicine and Health and Executive Dean, FMHS and will include the awarding of academic prizes and awards for 2019.

The evening will feature special guest speaker Mr Walter Kmet, the new CEO of Macquarie University Hospital and Clinical Services, who will share his career journey as well as developments at the hospital and clinics.

We hope you can join us at this special event and take the opportunity to network with your fellow alumni and former lecturers over drinks and canapés.

Register now.

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