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View the latest interviews with our experts at WCC on WCC TV

06 Jun 2016

During WCC 2016 we have our own TV channel playing in the Congress Center and hotels. You can now watch some of the latest clips by clicking on the links.


WCC TV 5 June

Jeremiah Mwangi, WHF Director of Policy & Advocacy, on WHF’s advocacy work and how it’s shaping the future of fighting cardiovascular disease

Kathryn Taubert, AHA Vice President of Global Strategies, on the partnership between AHA and WHF, and the Go Red For Women campaign

Pablo Perel, WHF Senior Science Advisor, on WHF’s CVD Roadmaps and the work that needs to be done in cardiovascular disease prevention

The Go Red For Women day-long CVD in women conference

Why attend WCC 2016? A round-up of interviews with attendees

WCC TV 6 June

Johanna Ralston, WHF CEO, talks about: the value of WCC 2016 as a place to convene as a global community to tackle the world’s biggest killer, CVD; the work of WHF and the exciting developments we have seen over the last year

Dr Eduardo Bianco, President of the Tobacco Epidemic Research Center of Uruguay, on the CVD Roadmaps on Tobacco that WHF has issued to help fight Cardiovascular Disease.

Dr Liesl Zuhlke, Paediatric Cardiologist, on the process of organizing the WCC 2016 scientific programme, and on Chagas and rheumatic heart disease

Dr Bongani Mayosi of University of Cape Town Medical School, on the launch of the Invictus Trial Programme to address Rheumatic Heart Disease

What are the biggest challenges facing cardiology? A round-up of interviews with attendees