Physicians' Academy for Cardiovascular Education

CV Risk Master Class, Saturday

Live session - Saturday May 11 2013

10' education - May 3, 2013


An educational alliance to optimize management of cardiovascular disease: Applying new insights to clinical practice
The Master Class program is a global initiative of the Physicians’ Academy for Cardiovascular Education(PACE) foundation with a particular focus on issues and opportunities in cardiovascular risk and lipid management in high risk patients.

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Kuala Lumpur
Saturday May 11, 08:30 - 14:00 hrs.


The Master Class will be broadcasted live. Physicians not able to participate will be  able to be part of this interactive meeting.
Register for live access to this Master Class, contact PACE to receive a participant code.


  • Prof. John Deanfield, London, United Kingdom
  • Prof. John Kastelein, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  • Dato' Dr. Khoo Kah Lin, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Prof. Peter Sever, London, United Kingdom
  • Prof. Karen Lam, Hong Kong
  • Dr. Kees Hovingh, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
This CV Risk Master Class will be a dynamic meeting with state of the art lectures, clinical debates, and practical workshops. Participants will be part of an educational initiative that will provide support to clinicians in their daily clinical management of cardiovascular risk and diabetes. The program provides an optimal balance between updates in forefront science and clinical dialogue, with involvement of international and regional thought leaders.
Participants will not only be educated on the new science and clinical perspective in lipid and CV risk management but also engage in educational activities. Therefore a part of the master class will be dedicated on specific support and educational tools for facilitation of regional medical education initiatives. Teaching resources will become  available on the PACE website.
The conferences are sponsored by an unrestricted educational grant provided by Pfizer

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