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AHA Scientific Sessions 2017 were held in Anaheim (California), USA, from November 11–15, aiming to provide a blueprint to the future of cardiovascular science and medicine.
The World Heart Federation was present with a booth and held a reception on the evening of November 12. The reception was attended by 80 guests, bringing together our members, sponsors and supporters as we launched the call for candidates for the World Heart Federation Emerging Leaders Programme 2018. WHF also presented Beatriz Champagne, the Executive Director of the InterAmerican Heart Foundation (IAHF) a certificate in recognition of her outstanding contribution to the vision and mission of the World Heart Federation as her term will be ending in 2017.
Some more pictures from the event
InterAmerican Heart Foundation awarded for Advocay at the NCD Alliance Forum in Sharjah, UAE
WHF joins the European Heart Network's (EHN) 25th anniversary celebrations
The 17th World Conference on Tobacco or Health (WCTOH) to be held for the first time in Africa where tobacco industry interference is endemic