SOLD OUT- A Woman’s Heart: The Truth About Women’s Heart Disease
Due to the overwhelming response to the Meet the Expert event “A Woman’s Heart: The Truth About Women’s Heart Disease” that will take place on February 25th, this event is sold out. We will endeavour to organize a similar event as soon as possible and we will keep you informed.
Thank you for your interest.
The University of Ottawa Heart Institute Patient Alumni Association invites you to its next Meet the Expert* event:
A WOMAN’S HEART – The Truth About Women’s Heart Disease
February 25th, 2020, 6:00 pm
- Dr. Thais Coutinho, Chief, Division of Prevention and Rehabilitation, University of Ottawa Heart Institute (UOHI)
- Kerri Mullen, Director, Prevention & Wellness Centre and Canadian Women’s Heart Health Centre, UOHI
- Paula Moore: Patient with lived experience, sharing her experience from bedside to community support
- Nadia Lappa: Patient with lived experience, sharing her story of advocating for herself
Men and women are very different when it comes to matters of the heart, and that’s just as true for matters of heart health. While heart disease is on the decline among men, it is rising among women. It is the number one killer of women over 35 worldwide, accounting for more deaths every year than all cancers combined. Come out to better understand how to prevent women’s heart disease or improve your chances of surviving it to lead a healthy life. Enjoy this opportunity to chat with experts on women’s heart health and patients alike!
The main speakers will be followed with a Q and A with the audience.
Canal Ritz Restaurant
375 Queen Elizabeth Drive (at Fifth), Ottawa
Space is limited. Please register here
Please bring confirmation of registration (paper or electronic) with you to the event.
**This is a FREE event and all are welcome. Food and beverages available for purchase**
(Please arrive early to allow time for placing your order prior to the beginning of the event)
*Meet the Expert is part of the Patient Alumni Speaker Series that connects Heart Institute patients and experts, as well as members of the community, on a variety of topics related to heart disease, in an informal and social setting.