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Hilton San Francisco Union Square # | San francisco, USA
From 670 to 900 USD
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Specialty: , Cardiology
Dates: From Mar, 18, 2014 to Mar, 21, 2014
Location: San francisco, USA
Type: Conference
Registration Cost: From 670 to 900 USD
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Hilton San Francisco Union Square #

San Francisco, USA
Hilton San Francisco Union Square, located in the Theater District, puts you in walking distance to cable cars and Moscone Center and about 1 mile from night clubs, Chinatown and Nob Hill. This historic three-tower hotel provides rooms with city views, Cityscape lounge on the 46th floor and a ballroom that occupies an entire floor. Relax on our 16th floor pool deck. Union Square locale Our hotel is situated where everyone wants to be. Only about an hour or less from the airports, this San Francisco hotel is close to shops, restaurants and entertainment venues. It's only 14 miles from San Francisco International Airport, 20 miles from Metropolitan Oakland International and 46 miles from San Jose International Airport. Stylish San Francisco meetings Host a meeting or event in one of the 73 meeting rooms or celebrate a special occasion for up to 3,200 people in the opulent 30,000 sq. ft. Grand Ballroom. We also have an Executive Conference Center. A room for you Classic guest rooms offer an HDTV and WiFi access while ultra-modern rooms showcase city skyline or bay views. Upgrade to a junior or corner suite for more space. Accessible rooms are also available. Hotel charges include a mandatory assessment of 1% for the Tourism Improvement District and 1.25% for the Moscone Expansion District.
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The EPI/NPAM Spring 2014 Scientific Sessions are unique in content and format. The primary goal is to promote the development and application of translational and population science strategies related to the prevention of heart disease and stroke and promotion of cardiovascular health. Global cardiovascular public health needs and the reduction of health disparities related to cardiovascular risk will be emphasized this year.

The Councils on Epidemiology & Prevention (EPI) and Nutrition, Physical Activity & Metabolism (NPAM -soon to be the Council on Lifestyle and Cardiometabolic Health) jointly plan the EPI/NPAM Spring 2014 Scientific Sessions.  The sessions focus on risk factors, obesity, nutrition, physical activity, genetics, metabolism, biomarkers, subclinical disease, clinical disease, healthy populations, global health, and prevention-oriented clinical trials.   
The program is designed to present new findings on:

  • results of cardiovascular disease prevention trials.
  • causes and mechanisms of health factors, subclinical, and clinical cardiovascular diseases. 
  • relationships of nutrition (diet) and physical activity (fitness) with cardiometabolic health.
  • relationships of obesity, diabetes, and renal disease with cardiometabolic health.
  • genetic and environmental epidemiology of cardiometabolic health.
  • effects of lifestyle interventions on cardiometabolic disease and its health factors.
  • population trends in cardiovascular diseases and their health factors.
  • global cardiovascular health

The program also will provide participants with the opportunity to learn current information about:

  • advances in measuring diet and physical activity.
  • advances in techniques in preventive cardiology.
  • behavioral strategies to promote and sustain lifestyle modifications.
  • clinical, population, and global health strategies to promote cardiometabolic health.
  • outcomes research in cardiovascular health.
  • guideline development related to cardiovascular health
  • advances in techniques relevant to observational studies and clinical trials.
  • methods of population surveillance for cardiovascular health and health factors.

The program includes presentations of new high-quality, high-impact research; and, it is organized around oral, moderated poster, and poster abstract presentations, with special translational science lectures and debates on current issues relevant to cardiometabolic health and preventive cardiology.  This format is intended to maximize the opportunities for thought-provoking interaction across a wide spectrum of scientists, including junior investigators as well as senior researchers.  The sessions are designed to enhance the careers of young and early mid-career investigators and practitioners committed to the promotion of cardiometabolic health.  The sessions emphasize 1) translational science, 2) population science, and 3) interdisciplinary approaches to the development and application of knowledge related to the promotion of cardiometabolic health. 

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Hilton Square San Francisco Union Square
333 O'Farrell St.
San Francisco, CA 94102

Additional housing information will be provided at a later time.

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• 2020 Goals
• Aging and Elderly
• Arrhythmia / Sudden
• Behavioral and Lifestyle
Intervention Trials
• Bench-BedsidePopulation Translational
• Biomarkers
• Cardiac Rehabilitation
• Childhood and Youth
• Childhood to Elderly:
• Cigarette Smoking
• Diabetes/Metabolic
• Environmental Agents
• Ethnic Health Disparities
• Genetics
• Global Health
• Health
• Heart Failure
• Hypertension
• Infection and HIV
• Lipids & Lipoproteins
• Metabolism/Metabolomic
• Methodology
• Nutrition
• Obesity
• Other
• Peripheral Artery
• Pharmaceutical Clinical
• Pharmacoepidemiology/
• Physical Activity/Fitness
• Practice Improvement
Intervention Trials
• Pregnancy and
Maternal/Fetal Health
• Preventive Cardiology
• Psychosocial / Quality of
• Renal Disease
• Social Determinants of
CV Health
• Sleep
• Stroke
• Subclinical Disease
• Surveillance
• Technology to
Promote/Measure Health
• Venous Thrombosis

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EPI | NPAM 2014
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