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Webinar "Hypertension Management, Telemedicine in a Pandemic & Beyond”
We proudly invite you to the webinar of the Tele-Cardiology Working Group of the International Society for Tele-Medicine and eHealth (ISfTeH) entitled
"Hypertension Management, Telemedicine in a Pandemic & Beyond”

Date: 4 June 2020, 18h CET

Top speakers will discuss the management of hypertension & telemedecine.


Professor Richard McManus, MA PhD MBBS FRCGP FRCP
Professor of Primary Care Research
University of Oxford, Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences
Dean of Welfare and Governing Body Fellow, Green Templeton College, Oxford
Chair, British and Irish Hypertension Society Working Party on Blood Pressure Measurement

Presentation: « Telemedicine in hypertension management: 20 years of trial evidence and experience »

Professor Stefano Omboni, MD
Italian Institute of Telemedicine, Italy
Scientific Department of Cardiology, Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University, Moscow, Russian Federation

Presentation: « Telemedicine in hypertension management: benefits and issues during the COVID-19 pandemic »


Anastasia Mihailidou, MD,
Cardiology Department, Royal North Shore Hospital, Northern Sydney Local Health District
Kolling Institute
Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Macquarie University

Adolfo Sparenberg
Cardiologist and Internal Medicine Physician
Founding Member of AGM Telemedicina do Brasil
ISfTeH Board Member
Chair of the ISfTeH Students Working Group
Vice-Chair of the ISfTeH Telecardiology Working Group

Alexandru Mischie
Head of Interventional Cardiology Department Centre Hospitalier Montlucon, France
Chair of the Tele-Cardiology Working Group ISfTeH(International Society for Tele-Medicine and eHealth)
Board Member CNCH (Collège National des Cardiologues Hôpitaux)

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Jun 4, 2020 06:00 PM in Paris

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