Mayo Clinic is committed to taking care of our patients, learners and staff. After careful consideration regarding the health and safety of everyone involved, and out of an abundance of caution, we have made the difficult decision to cancel the Heart Failure Up North Conference scheduled for June 26-27, 2021 to be held in Brainered, MN.
Please continue to check our website as we shift to meeting our learner needs by providing virtual and on-demand offerings. We will continue to closely monitor other 2021 live courses as the CDC makes further recommendations and also invite you to review more information on Mayo Clinic COVID Resources.
This course will be focused on heart failure seen in daily clinical practice. The program will be primarily case based with a few supplemental lectures covering the bread and butter for heart failure, novel therapies, hospital readmission and advanced heart failure. Save the date to spend a 1.5 days with faculty for an update in heart failure management and enjoying the land of 10,000 lakes.
To reinforce the knowledge gained from the course and ensure lasting value to each attendee’s practice, Mayo Clinic provides access to all course presentations with voice-over recordings after the completion of the course
• Recognize the clinical syndrome of heart failure and who is at risk
• Describe typical diagnostic testing essential for diagnosis and management of heart failure
• Describe how to apply appropriate pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic strategies for patients across the spectrum of heart failure
• Describe when referral for advanced heart failure therapies is indicated
• Describe treatment strategies to manage symptoms when conventional therapies have been exhausted
Attendance at this Mayo course does not indicate nor guarantee competence or proficiency in the performance of any procedures which may be discussed or taught in this course.
The symposium is designed for primary care physicians, heart failure, nurse practitioners, physician assistants and cardiologist caring for heart failure patients.