The purpose of this symposium is to explore principles of leadership—particularly as it relates to vital local and regional programs (clinical, investigative, educational, etc.) that intersect with patients suffering from heart failure.
More specifically we endeavor to create a virtual roundtable discussion involving a diverse panel of accomplished key opinion leaders with demonstrated leadership achievements at the local institutional level as it relates to program development, stewardship, and oversight.
The range of program leadership topics will be expansive; and the faculty discussants will focus on concisely addressing “high-yield pearls” including lessons learned (from success or failure) while leading a local program.
The intended audience includes aspiring and existing leaders who share the common goal to learn more about program development, team building, mentoring, and local leadership.
The spirit of this gathering is intended to feel like a “show-and-tell” rapid-fire moderated discussion that allows all participants to learn from each other. To cover all content, we will be breaking the discussion into two sessions on two different evenings in February. We look forward to you joining us!
The symposium will be virtual via Zoom platform and offered free of charge. Registration will be limited to 200 participants with preference given to those involved in care of heart failure patients. On submitting your registration information, you will receive a confirmation link after review.