Meetings / Live CME


Collaborate with your peers and master the latest knowledge in your cardiovascular specialty.


Upcoming AHA Conferences
Vascular Discovery: From Genes to Medicine
(formerly ATVB|PVD)

May 14–16, 2019 | Boston, Mass.
BCVS
July 29–Aug 1, 2019 | Boston, Mass.
Hypertension
September 5–8, 2019 | New Orleans, La.
Scientific Sessions
November 16–18, 2019 | Philadelphia, Pa.
Resuscitation Science Symposium
November 16–17, 2019 | Philadelphia, Pa.
International Stroke Conference 2020
Precon & Nursing: Feb. 18 | Sessions: Feb. 19–21, 2020 | Los Angeles, Calif.
EPI|Lifestyle
March 3–6, 2020 | Phoenix, Ariz.
QCOR
May 15–16, 2020 | Reston, Va.

Conference Science NewsView All Conference Science News

Science News for Vascular Discovery 2019
05/14/2019 | Exclusive video interviews, results, and insights into selected science and presentations from Vascular Discovery 2019 Scientific Session...
QCOR 2019 Science News
04/05/2019 | Science News from Quality of Care and Outcomes Research (QCOR) 2019 Scientific Sessions | April 5-6, 2019 | Arlington, VA
Science News from ACC 2019
03/16/2019 | AHA's coverage of selected important scientific trials from ACC.19 in New Orleans, LA | March 16-19, 2019
Science News (EPI Lifestyle) 2019
03/05/2019 | AHA Science News: Exclusive interviews, study results and more from Epidemiology and Prevention/Lifestyle 2019 Scientific Sessions in Hou...
ISC 2019 Science News
02/05/2019 | AHA's Science News for ISC 2019 in Honolulu, Hawaii, Feb. 6-8, 2019. In-depth interviews and a deep-dive look into studies presented at t...

See Science News highlights from the EPI Lifestyle 2019 Sessions


Competing Health Priorities in Young Women
Mary Ann Bauman, MD, suggests some solutions to a study finding that in spite of greater risk, other health issues are a higher priority than heart disease for young women.

Related Science:
Heart Healthy Behaviors in Young Women: What Prevents Teens From Going Red?
Courtney A Brown, Division of Adolescent/Young Adult Medicine, Boston Children’s Hospital, Boston, MA
Published in JAHA: Will Teens Go Red? Low Cardiovascular Disease Awareness Among Young Women
Holly Gooding, et al.
Cardiovascular Health Behavior and Health Factor Trends (1999-2014) and Projections to 2050: Results From the National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys
Sadiya S Khan | Northwestern University, Chicago, IL


Smoking Cessation and Weight Change CVD Incidence and Mortality in Patients with Diabetes
Robert Eckel, MD, past president of the American Heart Association, discusses the significance of the findings of this observational study.

Related Science
Smoking Cessation and Weight Change in Relation to Cardiovascular Disease Incidence and Mortality Among Patients With Diabetes Mellitus
Gang Liu | Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Boston, MA

Jewel Scott | Duke University School of Nursing, Durham, NC

Sleep Characteristics and Adverse Social Exposures Elevate Blood Pressure in Young Black Females
Jewel Scott | Duke University School of Nursing, Durham, NC

  • RESULTS: Sleep characteristics (frequent awakening, snoring) and, inversely, social exposures (less social isolation, lower perceived stress) were associated with elevated blood pressure in young black females.
  • Scott's Abstract (opens in new window)
Yoriko Heianza | Tulane University, New Orleans, LA

Changes in Gut Microbial Metabolites and Risk of Coronary Heart Disease in US Women: the Nurses' Health Study
Yoriko Heianza | Tulane University, New Orleans, LA

QCOR

April 5–6, 2019
Arlington, Virginia

Vascular Discovery: From Genes to Medicine

May 14–16, 2019
Boston, Mass.

Basic Cardiovascular Sciences

July 29–Aug. 1, 2019
Boston, Mass.