Mobile-Health in Congenital Heart Disease

17 Sep 2018
Prof Philip Moons speaking on m-Health in congenital heart disease at the 2018 ESC Congress in Munich, Germany
17 Sep 2018

The ESC Congress is the annual congress of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) and is the largest cardiovascular conference in the world. This year the ESC Congress, which ran from 25 to 29 August, lived up to its reputation  with a total of 32,8591 healthcare professionals gathering in Munich, Germany to hear the breaking news on cardiovascular medicine. Over five days, 4,500 abstracts were presented in 500 expert sessions covering 400 cardiology topics. A total of 92 late breaking science studies were presented including 17 Late Breaking Clinical Trials, six Clinical Trial Updates, and 20 Registries.

Prof Philip Moons, honorary Professor in the Department of Paediatrics and Child Health at UCT and collaborator on the Adole 7C study, spoke about Patient perspectives on mobile health in congenital heart disease: focus on motivation and quality of life.

Watch his talk here:

The next ESC Congress will take place at the Paris Convention Centre from 31 August to 4 September 2019.