New in The Beat for November

November 29, 2016

Audience in a conference roomHighlights from the Canadian Cardiovascular Congress

Our look at interesting news, research and healthcare policy from this year’s conference

Has the Time Come for Precision Medicine? (CCC 2016)

A physician argues that tailoring care to the individual will improve outcomes and reduce costs

Cardiac Anesthesiologists: Master Facilitators and Providers of Critical Care

A conversation with Dr. Stéphane Lambert, the new Head of Cardiac Anesthesiology

First National Quality Report on Cardiovascular Care Released (CCC 2016)

TAVI is first out of the gate for reporting national quality indicators

Awards and Recognition at CCC 2016

Heart Institute physicians, residents and fellows were honoured for their professional contributions and excellence in research and education

Helping Men Deal with the Emotional Impact of Heart Disease

Movember-funded effort will offer support services that address the mental and emotional health of men

Rapids Beats: Heart Disease News and Updates for November

In this round up from the Canadian Cardiovascular Congress, flu shots and heart attacks, cold weather and ICD shocks, and physical inactivity for nurses

Using Imaging to Diagnose and Understand Cardiac Sarcoidosis (CCC 2016)

Ways that cardiac imaging can tell us more about a rare condition

40th Anniversary Flashback: The RAFT Trial

Landmark study changed the way doctors treat heart failure