The Program will be updated with abstract presentations shortly.

Wednesday 28th June

  Heaphy Room 1
Heaphy Room 2 Heaphy Room 3
0900-1230    Registrar Training (0900-1300 hrs)
Cardiovascular Nurses Symposium (1000-1200hrs)
0900-1000  

 Cardiac imaging for Cardiology trainee, Josh Martin

 
1000-1100  

EP for Cardiology trainees, Matthew Webber

Bridging between us: networking within CV Healthcare, Simon Stewart

Bridging the access gap: Remote cardiac rehabilitation, Rosemary McGoldrick

Bridging the gap between primary and secondary care, Renee McEwing

1100-1200  

Intervention / research for Cardiology trainees, Alan Yeung

Bridging the theory/ practice gap.  
The role of and how to perform multidisciplinary audits in cardiology, Sarah Dixon

Integrated care in AF for nurses and allied health professionals: what it is and what it isn’t, Jeroen Hendriks

Bridging the gaps between and within disciplines.
Advanced Nursing Practice – Skills and Knowledge Framework, Andy McLachlan

1200-1300  

New Zealand Heart Foundation grants for overseas fellowship, Gerry Devlin 

Overseas fellowship, Marcus Lee

    (12pm-1pm includes lunch)

LUNCH
1300-1500 Imaging Working Group Acute Coronary Care Working Group NHF/Secondary Prevention 
1300-1400

Results of the SCANZ3 echocardiography snapshot audit, Belinda Buckley

Case presentation, Andrew To

Developing CTCA in the regions, Mark Davis

 

A decade of progress in the management of STEMI,  John Elliott

How should we manage LV thrombus; need for a trial? Ralph Stewart

 

Overcoming barriers to effective secondary prevention: choosing the right time, place and content, Simon Stewart

Bridging the secondary prevention gap, Fraser Hamilton 

Bridging the evidence gap - what we know and what we do, Jocelyn Benatar

1400-1500

Case presentation, James Pemberton

Middlemore Anaesthetic Echo Clinic experience, Johanna Karpik and Sarah Schluter

Case presentation, Alex Sasse

Cardiac Imaging Group Business Meeting

 Do we need new bleeding risk models? Andrew Kerr

Total or partial revascularisation in STEMI, Jithendra Somaratne

What LDL should we aim for after ACS? Harvey White

Impoverished choices and responsibilities for health, Darrin Hodgetts and Kerry Chamberlain 

Nurse-led cardiac rehabilitation clinics – An ADHB experience, Yvonne Johansen 

Nurse-led cardiac rehabilitation clinics – A rural experience, T.V. Liew and Cate Shepherd

1500-1530 AFTERNOON TEA
1530-1730 Heart Failure Working Group
Interventional/SHD Working Group
Heart Rhythm Working Group
1530-1630

Critical barriers to equitable access to health care in chronic heart disease, Simon Stewart

Regional differences in HF service demand and delivery, Raewyn Fisher

New Zealand Heart Failure Registry – Making it happen, Jennifer Goodson

Bio absorbable stent scaffold - current and emerging clinical evidence, John Ormiston

 Structural heart disease intervention - how is it different, Sanjeevan Pasupati 

 Alternate site RV pacing, David Heaven

Shocking fashion – Lifesaving attire, Nigel Lever

Pacific Islands Pacing Services(PIPS) moving forward, Dean Boddington

Initial results from the national physiologist and sonographer workforce survey, Sharron Denekamp 

1630-1730

Heart Failure Working Group Position Statement: Standards for delivering heart failure care in New Zealand, Simone Inkrot

Heart Failure Working Group Business Meeting

Interventional/SHD Working Group Business Meeting

 

 HRNZ Annual Business Meeting

 

1700-1730 Affiliates AGM
1800-1930 Welcome Reception and Poster Viewing, Exhibition Hall A

 

Thursday 29th June

  Heaphy Room 1
Heaphy Room 2 Heaphy Room 3
0900-0915

Powhiri

 
0915-0945

National Heart Foundation Lecture: Bridging the Gaps: Opportunities and Challenges, Rob Doughty

 
0945-1030

Young Investigator Presentations

The role of computed tomography coronary angiography in the management of suspected acute coronary syndrome, Adele Pope 

IMPACT: Improving coronary graft Patency with postoperative Aspirin and Clopidogrel versus Aspirin and Ticagrelor, Pavan Thaneeru

Contemporary natural history of patients with severe and moderate to severe aortic regurgitation, Mehul Lamba

 
1030-1100 MORNING TEA
1100-1230 Cardiovascular Disease Prevention: Primary and Secondary Care
Imaging / Structural and Valves 
Affiliate Abstracts
 

Challenges of CVD Prevention in Primary Care, Tim Stokes

Valve intervention: present to future, Alan Yeung

Interventions at  nurse specialist clinics for cardiac rehabilitation patients at Auckland District Health Board: A 3 month snapshot, Susan Reed

 

Challenges of Secondary Prevention, Ralph Stewart

Cardiac imaging for structural disease, Alex Sasse

The impact of health literacy on the health outcomes of the heart failure population, Renee McEwing

 

High-intensity statin prescribing following acute coronary syndrome at Wellington Hospital, Ben Wilkins

Effects of Balloon Aortic Valvuloplasty on the severity of Concurrent Mitral Regurgitation, Mariusz Wolbinski

Nurse-facilitated elective cardioversion pathway using procedural sedation, Yvonne Tindall
 

Ticagrelor use and the “treatment risk paradox” in elderly patients with acute coronary syndromes, Ben Wilkins

Left atrial appendage closure versus medical management. Wellington Regional Hospital 2 year experience, Ben Wilkins

Fatu Ola: Closing the gaps with home visits, Lani Ioelu
 

Prescribing performance after ACS – refinement of an ANZACS-QI composite medication indicator, Chethan Kasargod Prabhakar

Discussion

A joint Cardiology and Palliative Care clinic for end stage cardiac patients with a novel approach for improving quality of care across the Primary and Secondary care interface, Jane Clarke
1230-1330

LUNCH

Medtronic Lunch Symposium - The TYRX™ Absorbable Antibacterial Envelope for Implantable Medical Devices, Martin Stiles (1250-1320hrs)
CSANZ Committee Meeting (1230-1330hrs)

1330-1500 Sudden Cardiac Death and Genetics 
Co-Morbidities   
 

Molecular Genetics: How it Helps the Clinician, Donald Love

Addressing mental health co-morbidities within a “carved-in” teamwork model, Leona Didsbury 

 
 

Investigation of SCD in NZ, Martin Stiles

Renal Disease, Helen Pilmore

 
 

 Discussion

   
 

 Are we missing cardiac syncope? A five-year single-centre experience from a dedicated syncope clinic in New Zealand, Ibrahim Al-busaidi

Right Heart Catheterisation - Why and When, Harry Gallagher

 
 

Poor actual availability of publicly accessible automated external defibrillators limit their value in the treatment of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest, Thalib Mowjood

Associations between socio-demographic factors and the frailty syndrome in New Zealand elderly with Cardiovascular Disease, Ashley Boniface

 
 

Ticagrelor use and platelet reactivity in Maori and diabetic patients with acute coronary syndromes, Ren Yik Lim

Prognostic benefit of myocardial perfusion imaging in end stage kidney failure, Iain Miller

 
1500-1530 AFTERNOON TEA
1530-1700 Ischaemic Heart Disease
Electrophysiology and Heart Failure 
 
 

Anti-platelet and anti-thrombotic therapy in ACS, Alan Yeung

Heart Failure Treatment:  Barriers between evidence and practice, Simon Stewart

 
 

LMS Disease – Leave it, it’s mine. Intervention, Jim Stewart
LMS Disease – Leave it, it’s mine. Surgery, Adam El Gamel

Devices for HF, Iain Melton

 
 

Discussion

Discussion

 
 

Improving Care processes for patients with possible suspected Acute Coronary Syndrome (ICare-ACS): A national implementation trial of a clinical guidance framework, Sally Aldous

Trastuzumab Cardiotoxicity: Incidence, risk factors and the role of cardiac monitoring – The Auckland City Hospital Experience, Mohammed Alawami

 
 

Rural inequity in STEMI treatment can be addressed by implementation of the New Zealand National STEMI pathway, Tammy Pegg

Insights into the presentation of myocarditis in New Zealand; a 10 year audit, Bernard Wong

 
1700-1800

CSANZ NZ AGM

1800-2130

Cocktail Function and Awards Evening

 

Friday 30th June

  Heaphy Room 1
Heaphy Room 2 Heaphy Room 3
 0700-0900

ANZACS QI User Group Meeting , Network Lounge

0730-0830    

Astra Zeneca Breakfast Symposium

Mind the Gap – Applying evidence based medicine and guidelines. Recommendations to real-world ACS patients, Tammy Pegg, Nelson Hospital and Patrick Kay, Middlemore Hospital

0900-1030 Gaps in CV Disease Stroke: Treatment and Intervention 
Affiliates Programme  
 

The challenge of the evidence –practice gap in ethnic and rural communities, Vicky Cameron

Stroke in New Zealand, Peter Wright

Bridging the gap between knowing and doing. New strategies to improve physical activity/exercise, Sarah Mooney

 

Gender gaps, Fiona Stewart

Intervention for stroke, Phil Matsis

Bridging the physiology – psychosocial gap.
Mental barriers to adherence to lifestyle changes, Iris Fontanilla

 

Bridging age gaps in CVD, Matthew Parsons

Anticoagulant therapy, Harvey White

Bridging the physiology - psychosocial gap.
Resilience & coping, Liz Painter

 

Variation in care in New Zealand, Andrew Kerr

Stroke risk beyound chads-vasc, Daniel Garofalo

 

Bridging the hospital/community gap. Coordinating device therapy, Kellie Timmins

1030-1100 MORNING TEA
1100-1230 Multidisciplinary Care Lifestyle
 
 

The Heart Failure Team, Simon Stewart

Sexual health of couples after Cardiac events, Helen Conaglen

 
 

Why you must have an AF team, Jeroen Hendriks

Behaviour Modification for the Health Professional, Jo McClintock

 
 

The Heart Team, Murray Hart

Nutrition, Dave Monro

 
 

Acute decompensated heart failure: identifying gaps to bridge, Mayanna Lund

Co-existing Obesity and Atrial Fibrillation in the Midland Region: A retrospective study of atrial fibrillation patients (COAST), Monica Garrett

 
 

Aortic Stenosis Registry Wellington Hospital; Balloon aortic valvuloplasty (BAV) outcomes 2009-2016, Matthew O'Connor

Snapshot of number of smokers 2010-2016 in Tauranga Hospital since the introduction of annual increment in tobacco taxation levies, Kok Lam Chow

 
1230-1330 LUNCH
1330-1500 Bridging gaps between data and practice Interesting Cases  
 

Big data  in cardiology: how useful is it? Alan Yeung

Effects of balloon aortic valvuloplasty on left ventricular reserve, Mariusz Wolbinski  

 
 

How can integrated AF care contribute to big data? Jeroen Hendriks

Coronary steal by LIMA bypass graft side-branches: Physiologic functional evaluation and coil embolization, Mesfer Alfadhel

 
 

Stroke and cardiovascular outcomes for patients with atrial fibrillation in the community – an opportunity for improvement? Katrina Poppe

Percutaneous direct transapical approach for left ventricular procedures, Mesfer Alfadhel

 
 

Suspected ACS Patients admitted and discharged to cardiology or non-cardiology care in Auckland City Hospital: Insight from SNAPSHOT 2012 and implications for future national data collection, Tom Kai Ming Wang

A case of OCT elucidating coronary plaque rupture in patient with coronary angiography with no culprit lesion post STEMI, Ren Yik Lim

 
 

Analysis of clinical randomised trials at a major cardiology meeting, Tom Kai Ming Wang

Echocardiography screening for sub-clinical takotsubo following an earthquake, Steve White

 
1500-1530 AFTERNOON TEA
1530-1700 Specialty Cardiology for the Generalist
   
 

Arrhythmias, Jamie Voss

   
 

Pacemakers, Andrew Martin

   
 

Imaging, Josh Martin

   
 

ACHD, Clare O'Donnell

   
 

Heart Failure, Mayanna Lund

   

 

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