Join the American Association of Heart Failure Nurses in Boston, June
BOSTON, Sept. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- The American Association of Heart Failure Nurses (AAHFN) 2008 Annual Meeting "Raising the Bar in Heart Failure Care" is scheduled for Boston, Massachusetts, June 26-28, 2008. The meeting will focus on cutting-edge cardiovascular research and ways to improve patient care.
The compelling agenda and wonderful backdrop of Boston, a city steeped in history and culture, promise to make this AAHFN's best meeting yet.
This Annual Meeting is designed for anyone with a passion for heart failure patient care, including advanced practice nurses, inpatient/outpatient nurses, home health nurses, clinical directors, cardiac/HF administrators, researchers, educators, students and other healthcare professionals.
Featuring up-to-date information presented by national heart failure experts, the Annual Meeting will help attendees reinforce, apply and expand their knowledge of heart failure physiology and co-morbidities. Attendees will get a chance to explore treatment advances and other topics on the cutting edge of cardiovascular research to "raise the bar in heart failure care."
The 2008 meeting will be an event to remember featuring leaders in heart failure, cutting-edge educational sessions, significant networking opportunities and unopposed exhibitor hours. Details will soon be available at: http://aahfn.org/annualmeeting/.
Boston is a leading destination for travelers, offering history, culture and a beautiful waterfront area. From its revolutionary history to distinct neighborhoods and ethnic foods, Boston is a city of endless activities and exploration.
The Westin Boston Waterfront offers visitors panoramic views of the harbor and the downtown city skyline, as well as proximity to Boston Harbor, New England Aquarium, Back Bay and the Financial District. The hotel is perfect for business travelers, providing high-tech meeting space, workout facilities and modern American dining at Sauciety restaurant.
The American Association of Heart Failure Nurses (AAHFN) is a specialty organization dedicated to advancing nursing education, clinical practice and research to improve heart failure patient outcomes. The organization's goal is to set the standards for heart failure nursing care.
To learn more, visit http://www.aahfn.org.
Contact Alison Dickman at 215.884.6499
|SOURCE American Association of Heart Failure Nurses|
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