XII INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL ON CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES with the main topic PREVENTION, DETECTION AND MANAGEMENT OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES - Hotel “Splendid” − Budva, 21 - 25 June 2021)

 

The European Center for Peace and Development University for Peace established by the United Nations (ECPD) - Regional Mediterranean Institute for International Postgraduate Studies and Development Research, in the framework of the ECPD International Program of Transfer of Knowledge System, in cooperation with the Ministry of Health of Montenegro, Ministry of Health of Serbia, Ministry of Health and Social Welfare of Republic of Srpska, Ministry of Health of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, University of Berlin (Germany), VAMK University (Finland), Long Island University (USA), Faculty of Medicine, University of Montenegro, Faculty of Medicine, University of Banja Luka, Istituto Superiore di Sanità (Italy), National School of Public Health of Greece, South-Eastern Europe Health Network (SEEHN), World Heart Federation (WHF) and European Association for Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation (EACPR), organizes

 

XII INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL ON

CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES

with the main topic

PREVENTION, DETECTION AND MANAGEMENT OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES

(Hotel “Splendid” − Budva, 21 - 25 June 2021)

 

We are pleased to invite you to participate in the work of the XII ECPD International Summer School of Cardiovascular Diseases (hereinafter referred to as: School), which ECPD traditionally organizes with the aim to advance the knowledge of primary care providers, specialists in cardiology and other specialties in the latest scientific and technological developments, as well as guidelines for prevention and treatment of cardiovascular diseases. The program will focus on the latest research, technological advances and case study reviews as well as discussions on the guidelines and latest treatment options regarding the prevention, early detection and management of cardiovascular diseases. The School is intended for primary health care doctors and specialists (cardiologists, endocrinologists, internists, pediatricians, etc.).

President of the School Council is Academician Prof. Dr. Vladimir Kanjuh, SASA, Belgrade, Director of the School is Academician Prof. Dr. Nathan Wong, University of California, USA, and Co-Directors of the School are Prof. Dr. Ian Graham, Trinity College, Ireland, Academician Prof. Dr. Miodrag Ostojić, SASA, Belgrade and Academician Prof. Dr. Duško Vulić, University of Banja Luka.

The School is internationally and nationally accredited, including accreditation by the European Board for Accreditation in Cardiology (EBAC) with 23 CME credits for the participants.

The necessity and justification for this education is confirmed by fact that despite the guidelines for the treatment of acute coronary syndromes, heart failure, atrial fibrillation and prevention of cardiovascular diseases, many patients, especially in the South-East European region remain inadequately treated for risk factors, acute coronary syndromes, heart failure, or atrial fibrillation and adherence to treatments is not optimal. Latest surveys from EUROASPIRE III and EUROASPIRE IV show that many patients with pre-existing coronary artery disease are not on recommended therapies and treatment patterns vary considerably between regions, even within a limited geographic region such as the South-East European (SEE). Data often show that while treatment of individual risk factors may be adequate, combined treatment and goal attainment for multiple risk factors, such as LDL-C, blood pressure and A1C levels together with diabetes is often insufficient, requiring implementation of systemic efforts addressed to all required risk factors both in primary and secondary prevention.

 

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM

The Program of the School will cover the following topics:

Ÿ     COVID-19 and CVD

Ÿ     Morphologic – Clinical Correlations in Cardiology (II Educational quiz An interactive prize – winning competition of the Schools participants)

Ÿ     New US Guidelines for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention

Ÿ     European Guidelines for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention

Ÿ     Strategies for Optimal CVD Risk Reduction in Diabetes

Ÿ     CVD Risk Estimation: European vs. US Approaches

Ÿ     Diabetes Mellitus Type 2 and Cardiovascular diseases

Ÿ     The Obesity Epidemic: Strategies for Prevention and Control

Ÿ     US Cholesterol Guidelines and Newer Therapies

Ÿ     ESC Guidelines for Dyslipidemia Management

Ÿ     Obesity epidemic in the world

Ÿ     Cardiodiabetology: Time for a New Discipline

Ÿ     Psychosocial Factors and Cardiovascular Disease

Ÿ     Auditing of CVD Risk Factors in Secondary Prevention

Ÿ     Epidemiology of Atrial Fibrillation: Traditional and Nontraditional Factors

Ÿ     European and New US Guidelines on Hypertension Management

Ÿ     New Directions in Anticoagulation Therapy for Patients with Atrial Fibrillation

Ÿ     What is New in Treatment of Resistant Hypertension

Ÿ     Prevention and Treatment of Heart Failure

Ÿ     Cardiac Rehabilitation

Ÿ     Pre-hospital Fibrinolysis and Primary PCI for Treatment of STEMI

Ÿ     Acute Coronary Syndrome: Optimizing Early Management in Invasively Managed Patients

Ÿ     Tetralogy and Pentalogy of Fallot: Morphology, Formal Genesis, Hemodynamics, Complications, Blalock – Thomas – Taussig Palliative Anastomosis, Radical Correction and its Consequences in Adult Age (GUCH)

Ÿ     International Best Practices in Prevention, Treatment and Control of Cardiovascular Disease

Ÿ     Pediatric hypertension and Prevention and Control of Cardiovascular Disease

Ÿ     New Guidelines for Revascularization

Ÿ     Early diagnosis of atherosclerosis and ischemic heart disease

Ÿ     Role of stress echocardiography in detecting myocardial ischemia in clinical practice

Ÿ     Myocardial revascularization guided by risk stratification

Ÿ     Widening of Indications for Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation (TAVI)

 

LIST OF LECTURERS

Ÿ     Academician Prof. Dr. Nathan D. Wong, University of California, Irvine, USA

Ÿ     Prof. Dr. Ian Graham, Trinity College, Ireland

Ÿ     Academician Prof. Dr. Vladimir Kanjuh, SASA, Belgrade

Ÿ     Academician Prof. Dr. Miodrag Ostojić, SASA, Belgrade

Ÿ     Academician Prof. Dr. Senka Mesihović-Dinarević, Chairman of the Board for Cardiovascular pathology ASA B&H

Ÿ     Academician Prof. Dr. Duško Vulić, Correspondent member of ASARS, Faculty of Medicine, University of Banja Luka

Ÿ     Prof. Dr. Milan Nedeljković, Clinical Center of Serbia, Faculty of Medicine, Belgrade

Ÿ     Prof. Dr. Dan Gaita, University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Timisoara, Romania

Ÿ     Prof. Dr. Mirza Dilić, Faculty of Medicine, University of Sarajevo

Ÿ     Prof. Dr. Zlatko Fras, Faculty of Medicine, University of Ljubljana

Ÿ     Prof. Dr. Branko Beleslin, Cardiology Clinic, Clinical Center of Serbia

Ÿ     Prof. Dr. Milica Lazović, Faculty of Medicine, University of Belgrade

Ÿ     Prof. Dr. Marina Deljanin Ilić, Faculty of Medicine, University of Niš, Director of the Institute Niška Banja – Radon

Ÿ     Prof. Dr. Ana Đordjevic Dikic, Clinic of Cardiology, Clinical Center of Serbia

Ÿ     Prof. Dr. Ivan Tasić, Faculty of Medicine, University of Niš

 

School Organization

The lectures are held every day from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The teaching program includes specialized workshops with panel discussions and presentation of practice case studies, based on the comparative principle of the USA, experiences from the EU and Balkan countries.

School participants will obtain appropriate course handouts and reading materials necessary for effective attendance in the School program. The authorized presentations will be published in the 2nd Proceedings of the ECPD UN University for Peace Cardiology School.

 

School Certificate

School participants will receive an internationally valid Certificate of the European Center for Peace and Development (ECPD) University for Peace established by the United Nations and Certificate of the European Board for Accreditation in Cardiology (EBAC) which brings 23 CME, together with the Curriculum of the School and the list of lecturers.

 

Registration Fee and Application Form

The registration fee for the ECPD International Summer School is 590 EUR.

Application should be sent to: European Center for Peace and Development UN University for Peace, Terazije 41, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia; Tel: +381 11 3246 041; Fax: +381 11 3240 673, +381 11 3234 082; E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and ecpd@Eunet.rs; Website: www.ecpd.org.rs

 

Hotel Accommodation

The European Center for Peace and Development University for Peace established by the United Nations has provided accommodation for the participants at the Hotel “Splendid” – Budva (www. montenegrostars.com, tel: +382 33 773 777), the venue of the School. Accommodation on a half-board basis will be charged at the reduced price of:

Ÿ     148 EUR per day for a single room and

Ÿ     104 EUR for a double room, per person.

Alternative accommodation has been provided at the nearby located Hotel "Mediteran" in Budva (http://www.mediteran.me; tel: +382 33 424 383; fax +382 33 471 845; e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.), at reduced prices on a half board basis:

Ÿ     89 EUR per day for a single room and

Ÿ     69 EUR for a double room, per person, per day.

We enclose hereto the hotel booking form and suggest you to make a reservation of your accommodation through the ECPD Secretariat.

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

Contact

European Center for Peace and Development (ECPD)  
University for Peace established by the United Nations

ECPD Headquarters
Terazije 41
11000 Belgrade
Serbia
office@ecpd.org.rs
+381 11 3246-041;
+381 11 3246-042;
+381 11 3240-673;

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