Symposium Registration

San Diego Heart Failure Symposium

For complete meeting information please download the Symposium Brochure.

Please select the appropriate Registration category below.
Only Visa, Mastercard, Amex and Discover accepted. For mail-in option
please download
Registration Form.

  1. Physicians / Other
  2. Nurse / Allied Medical Personnel
  3. Students (with id and letter from Dept Supervisor)

All participants must register and pay the appropriate fee. Registration fee includes Saturday
Sessions, digital syllabus, CME Certificate and access to speaker slides.

Registration Fees

Register by
September 25, 2020

Physicians (MD, DO)


Nurses / Allied Medical Personnel


Students with ID and letter


The 26th Annual San Diego Heart Failure Symposium, which will be held in a virtual format with live Q&A, continues in the tradition of our past programs in providing registrants an update on the latest and most exciting advances in the management of heart failure through a series of didactic lectures. Topics that will be covered extend from preventing heart failure by managing risk factors such as hypertension, diabetes and hyperlipidemia to treating heart failure throughout all its stages. Key areas that will be covered include management of sleep disordered breathing, use of biomarkers, treatment of pulmonary artery hypertension, new uses of DOACs, and prevention of sudden death. We will provide an overview of the drugs used to treat heart failure and in the annual debate tackle the issue of how do we integrate all of these agents into the therapeutic regimen. The Symposium also covers use of percutaneous mechanical circulatory support, percutaneous treatment of valve lesions, use of remote monitoring, management of patients with advanced heart failure using LVADs and heart transplantation, as well as exciting new approaches for treating amyloid cardiomyopathy. New drugs for the treatment of heart failure will be discussed.

This year, the 6th Annual Stanley Lloyd MD lecture will be presented by Dr. Matthew Maurer, who is a Professor at the Columbia University. We have also included an embedded session devoted to cardiac and heart failure issues related to COVID-19 infection. This years ‘virtual’ meeting promises to be as exciting if not more so than previous meetings. And, it will provide an excellent way to keep up with all the changes that have been taking place in heart failure management.

CME Certificates are issued online after completing the Speaker Evaluations and the Overall Survey. Your email address will be required for login. A link to the login page will be avialalbe at on the first day of the meeting.

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