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  • From left to right: Professor Simon Stewart, Head of Preventative Cardiology at the Baker IDI Heart & Diabetes Institute; Kerry Doyle, Chief Executive, NSW Heart Foundation; Julie Anne Mitchell, Women's cardiovascular health expert at the National Heart Foundation of Australia

    From left to right: Professor Simon Stewart, Head of Preventative Cardiology at the Baker IDI Heart & Diabetes Institute; Kerry Doyle, Chief Executive, NSW Heart Foundation; Julie Anne Mitchell, Women's cardiovascular health expert at the National Heart Foundation of Australia

Australian Champion Advocates Programme gathers key health media to discuss the importance of preventing CVD in Australian women

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On Tuesday March 18, 2014, the World Heart Federation and Heart Foundation of Australia hosted a Heart to Heart. This was an intimate media-briefing event to help raise the profile of secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease (CVD) in Australia. It was a media event held as part of the global Champion Advocates Programme which aims to help the World Health Organization reach its goal of a 25% reduction in premature mortality by non-communicable diseases, by 2025 (25by25).

Visit us at the ACC Scientific Sessions

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Find out more about the Champion Advocates Programme by visiting the World Heart Federation stand at the ACC Scientific Sessions in Washington DC: March 29 to 31.

The importance of primary and secondary prevention in Italy

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This was the main theme of the Champion Advocates Programme Italian journalists' briefing, which took place in Milan on the 8th March.

World Congress of Cardiology Scientific Sessions 2014

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Join us at WCC and see how the Champion Advocates programme is making a real difference in how we are looking at the fight against cardiovascular disease.