- AFCC 2023
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Dear friends and colleagues,
For over 2 years, conferences were held online due to the devastating COVID-19 pandemic. This year, the Vietnam Heart Association is pleased to host the AFCC 2023 on-site.
On behalf of the organizing committee, I am delighted to welcome you to the 27th Congress of the ASEAN Federation of Cardiology, which will take place in Hanoi, Vietnam, from November 2nd-5th 2023.
This year, the theme of the scientific program is "Cardiology at the Crossroads: Challenges and Opportunities." The AFCC 2023 will focus on cardiovascular disease management in the context of multiple comorbidities, based on newly advanced interventions & technology, artificial intelligence, and telemedicine, with the limited resources of ASEAN and by collaborating with other developed foreign partners/countries.
With the participation of experts from many fields involving cardiology, we hope to find new perspectives to face the upcoming challenges in cardiovascular medicine.
It is my honor to invite all of you to the AFCC 2023. I am confident that you will be extremely pleased with the hospitality and beauty of Vietnam, and the meeting will be an integrated scaffold of learning, sharing knowledge and scientific breakthrough.
See you very soon in Hanoi!
President, Vietnam National Heart Association
Overall-Chair, AFCC 2023
Prof. Minh Van HUYNH, MD, PhD, FAsCC, FACC, FISH
Dear Congress Participants and Colleagues, It is my great privilege and pleasure to welcome you all to participate in the 27th ASEAN Federation of Cardiology Congress scheduled to take place during 2nd - 5th November 2023 in Hanoi. The ASEAN Federation of Cardiology has main objective of improving the standard and practice of cardiology in the ASEAN region and we remain committed to do so since its inception. This year’s scientific program has been designed to capture not only the interests of the participants but also to provide them with the state-of-the-art techniques and methods in order to cope with today’s challenges in the fight against cardiovascular diseases.