Each year we offer a variety of educational, social, and community events for health care professionals, patients, families, and others. Please join us to discover the latest knowledge on heart and vascular disease and the medical research breakthroughs that are helping prevent and treat it.
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Gather with women from different backgrounds, including community leaders, business owners, patients, physicians and artists. Together, we will learn more about heart and vascular disease in women in our community. Proceeds support the Penny Anderson Women’s Cardiovascular Center.Location:
We hope you'll join us on Saturday, September 24 for the inaugural Heart 360 Concert featuring special guest Harry Connick Jr. and his band at the Minneapolis Armory! This will be an event you won't want to miss, and your sponsorship will help the Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation continue to move world-class cardiovascular research and education forward and honor frontline workers who helped carry us through the pandemic.
Saturday, September 24, 2022
The Armory, Minneapolis
Doors Open: 7:30 pm
Concert Begins: 8:15 pm
(no opening act)
Join us in honoring life and improving heart health for people everywhere!Location:
In partnership with Pie Medical Imaging®, we are offering our fifth interactive, hands-on physician-led training workshop focused on increasing the competence in CT planning for transcatheter mitral valve interventions. These include valve-in-valve transcatheter mitral valve replacement (TMVR), Valve in Ring and valve in mitral annular calcification planning. In addition to state-of-the-art lectures, participants will learn interactively, how to perform all the necessary steps in the planning and follow-up for these procedures.
An attendee capacity limit of 50 will allow for personalized instruction and ample time for questions and instructor guidance.Location: Online via Zoom
Imaging for individuals with cardiovascular disease has continued to advance and grow in complexity. The field of cardiovascular imaging with cardiac CT angiography, cardiac MR, nuclear cardiology/PET and echocardiography has evolved into giving health care providers less invasive testing options to diagnose patients with cardiovascular disease. Multi-modality educational opportunities are limited in this rapidly changing field due to the small numbers of trained cardiac imaging technologists and support staff.
Educational content will focus on ordering the correct imaging for each patient especially in the areas of structural heart disease, heart failure, coronary flow and more. Participants will learn from industry-leading cardiovascular imaging physicians, clinicians and technologists who will present the most current principles, techniques, risks and limitations of different cardiovascular imaging modalities.Location: This is a virtual event facilitated through Zoom webinar
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Saturday, May 14, 2022 Battle Creek Regional Park & Virtual
Come out for a fun run/walk or join us virtually! Proceeds will benefit the research of Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection.Location:
The aging population, increase in cardiometabolic risk, and suboptimal control of risk factors could exacerbate cardiovascular disease.
This conference will educate physicians, advanced care providers and support staff on current guidelines and opinion on the identification and treatment of cardiovascular disease.
This update will review lipid pharmacology, the current guidelines in hypertension management, the role of aspirin in cardiovascular prevention and managing cardiovascular disease at different stages in a woman’s life cycle.Location:
Back again by popular demand – please join us for this year’s series of free, virtual presentations from physician leaders in research and care at the Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation® (MHIF) and Minneapolis Heart Institute® (MHI) who will address the latest in cardiovascular treatment and advancements.Location: Online via Zoom
Although heart valve disease affects as many as 11 million Americans, many people have never heard of it. Heart valve disease is estimated to affect 1 in 10 people ages 75+, and age is the greatest risk factor. Unfortunately, symptoms are often dismissed as a “normal” part of aging. It’s crucial that you recognize specific risks and symptoms.Location:
MHIF invites you to join a community of SCAD survivors during this unique webinar series! You’ll hear from patients and physicians as we share experiences and perspective, including managing stress and overall wellness.
Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection (SCAD) is an important example of a condition that MHIF is committed to understanding more about through research in an effort to advance the care and treatment strategies for all individuals with SCAD.Location: Online via Zoom