Learning opportunities abound at ISC 2016

Simulation Zone

In addition to the clinical and professional education sessions you will experience Feb. 17-19 at ISC 2016 in Los Angeles, be sure to take advantage of the wealth of information that will be presented in a variety of other formats, including the new Simulation Zone, as well as the Science Subcommittee Collaboration Station and Case Studies Theater.

The Simulation Zone, featuring Body Interact, is a hands-on experience in Booth 159 in the Science & Technology Hall. Body Interact is a 3D simulator that tests your clinical knowledge, skills and critical thinking in case scenarios using a virtual patient.

The Case Studies Theater provides insight into the decision-making, technical aspects and management of common procedures. It also highlights innovations, giving attendees additional knowledge about best practices for the day-to-day care of their patients. There will be two different 15-minute presentations, which will take place in Booth 445 in the Science & Technology Hall’s Product Case Theater, followed by an additional 15 minutes devoted to a panel discussion and a question-and-answer period.

The Science Subcommittee Collaboration Station

  • These subcommittees focus on targeted areas of content for AHA/ASA.
  • Members from these committees plan programming, author AHA/ASA science manuscripts, lead networking events and serve as content experts for AHA/ASA, etc.

Come join and learn about the AHA/ASA Science Subcommittees.

The Mobile Meeting Guide App helps attendees navigate the conference education program, research Science & Technology Hall exhibitors and connect with other attendees on site. The app also will allow you to hear live streaming from educational sessions and upload photos of your ISC experience to various social networks. The app is available by searching “AHA Events” in the Apple App Store, Google play and on BlackBerry. The app is supported by Medtronic.