Update: Due to the ongoing covid-19 situation, this workshop will be fully digital.

The purpose of the workshop on Sports Cardiology is to discuss recent progress in this emerging field and the effect of exercise in patients with established structural heart disease.

We also want to facilitate networking and create an environment for discussions on new projects of collaboration. The physical workshop will gather researchers and experts in the fields of sports cardiology, cardiovascular imaging, electrophysiology and cardiogenetics.

The program will include talks on athlete’s heart and the impact of exercise in patients with cardiomyopathies and valvular heart disease. The special invited speaker is Professor Charlotte Björk Ingul from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), and leader for the Norwegian Sports Cardiology Network.

This digital one-day workshop will take place on the 11th of February 2021 at Oslo University Hospital, Rikshospitalet.

Download the full program for the workshop.

Register by sending an e-mail to Eivind Westrum Aabel

The workshop is hosted by the Research Group in Cardiogenetics and Sudden Cardiac Death in collaboration with NORHEART.

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