The Barts AortoVascular Symposium 900, is an event that promises to have a significant impact on the treatment and care of patients with aortic valve and aortic pathology, including acute aortic dissection. As the Aortic Dissection Charitable Trust, we are delighted to support this event, which will take place on 29th and 30th June 2023, as part of the celebration of 900 years of St. Bartholomew’s Hospital in London.
This in-person international conference is targeting all multidisciplinary professionals involved in the care of patients with aortic valve and aortic pathology, including acute aortic dissection. We are thrilled to see that the programme is enriched with local, national, and international experts in the field who will present, discuss, and debate the surgery and interventional management of aortic valve and the entirety of the aorta, from aortic root to Thoracoabdominal aorta.
As an organisation that supports patients with aortic dissection, we understand the importance of keeping up to date with the latest developments and treatment options. We are delighted to see that this symposium will include discussions on recent international guidelines, the NHS aortic dissection toolkit, innovative care initiatives, as well as research into this area. This information is vital to improving the outcomes and care of patients with aortic dissection.
One of the most exciting aspects of this event is the opportunity for attendees to interact with the faculty. We know how valuable it is for medical professionals to hear directly from patients about their experiences and to ask questions. We believe that this collaboration between patients and medical professionals is essential to improving the care and outcomes for patients with aortic valve and aortic pathology, including acute aortic dissection.
Additionally, we are thrilled to see that attendees will have the chance to submit abstracts for presentation during the symposium. This is a fantastic opportunity for medical professionals and researchers to share their findings and insights with the wider community. The Aortic Dissection Charitable Trust believes that research is crucial to improving the treatment and care of patients with aortic dissection. We are proud to support this symposium, which we believe will advance the field significantly.
Overall, we are excited about the Barts AortoVascular Symposium 900 and its potential to improve the treatment and care of patients with aortic valve and aortic pathology, including acute aortic dissection. We encourage all relevant professionals to attend this symposium, learn from the experts, and contribute to the discussions and debates that will take place. Together, we can advance the field and improve the outcomes for patients with aortic dissection.