Don’t miss the Science & Technology Hall

SciTechHallREV_largeThe learning opportunities at ISC 2015 extend beyond education sessions to The Science & Technology Exhibit Hall, which features innovative equipment, supplies and services. The hall will be open for 12 hours during the conference — from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Feb. 11 and 12 — with representatives from more than 100 companies at your service. Nowhere else will you be able to experience all of these professional offerings in one place, at one time.

For AHA/ASA member information, be sure to visit the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s HeadQuarters, located in Booth 136. The booth has information on AHA/ASA initiatives, including Advocate: You’re the Cure, American Stroke Association, Charitable Estate Planning, Connected Heart Health, Get With The Guidelines, Health eHeart Study, Health Initiatives, Multicultural Markets EmPOWERED to Serve, Patient Education, Professional Education, Quality Healthcare, Scientific Publications and Support Network.

During the lunch break, you can enjoy a complimentary lunch sponsored by the AHA/ASA and extend your education at the Expert Theater, in Booth 636. You can listen to targeted education programs as well as featured products and therapeutic treatments from industry supporters.

New in the Science & Technology Exhibit Hall are Case Theaters. In 30-minute segments, join panels of experts for interactive discussions and insights into the decision-making, technical aspects, and management of common procedures. Also, learn about areas of evolving innovation. Speakers at Case Theater presentations will share best practices and educational pearls for common and new procedures that are performed around the world.

Also in the exhibit hall, recharge your personal and device batteries at the Wi-Fi/Charging Lounge, located in Booth 718. The lounge is the place to charge the battery on your cell phone or laptop, or use the Wi-Fi to connect with colleagues and family at home. The lounge is supported by Stryker Neurovascular.

Finally, be sure to visit the Science Subcommittee Collaboration Station, in Booth 628.

  • These 35 subcommittees focus on targeted areas of content for AHA/ASA.
  • Members from these committees plan programming, author AHA/ASA science manuscripts, lead networking events, serve as content experts for AHA/ASA, etc.
  • Come join and learn about the AHA/ASA Science Subcommittees.

Photo: ©AHA/Todd Buchanan 2014

 

 

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