Event Calendar

Feb 04 Sat

8th Annual Houston Heart Failure Summit

This activity provides a comprehensive update on the prevention, diagnosis and management of heart failure and its multiple comorbid conditions. Expert-led lectures, panel discussions, and case-based presentations cover the latest treatments and updates on both cardiac and non-cardiac comorbidities related to chronic heart failure.

Feb 11 Sat

Heart of a Woman

Heart disease is the number one killer of women in the United States, yet many women are unaware of their risk factors and potential symptoms, which differ from those of men. Increased awareness is key to preventing heart problems. Thus, Heart of a Woman is designed to educate women about the gender-specific symptoms, diagnosis and […]

Feb 13 Mon

The Behavioral Health Consultant Certificate Course (BHC-CC)

Co-sponsored by the Glasscock School of Continuing Studies, this ten month course, developed by Mental Health America of Greater Houston, will include a series of synchronous online learning through pre-recorded videos, virtual bi-monthly office hours, an in-person behavioral health bootcamp, and two live trainings with standardized patients. It is a prominent approach to integrating behavioral […]

Feb 13 Mon

Cardio-Oncology Multidisciplinary Practice (COMP) 2023

Overview This activity is for cardiology and oncology nurses, advanced practice registered nurses, pharmacists, and allied health care personnel who are involved in the management of patients with cancer and cardiovascular disease. Cardiovascular disease and cancer are the number one and two causes of death respectively in the United States. Both cardiology and oncology are […]

Feb 17 Fri

12th Annual Nantz National Alzheimer Center Symposium

The Nantz National Alzheimer Center symposium will examine the current knowledge regarding dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB). DLB shares the same defining pathology as Parkinson’s (Lewy body pathology) but is associated with a faster progression. DLB is the second most common neurodegenerative cause of dementia after Alzheimer’s disease. Despite its prevalence, DLB is frequently not […]