Adult congenital heart disease webinar series

We’re proud to offer free educational webinars for all adults living with a congenital heart defect and their loved ones. This webinar series is brought to you by the Adult Congenital Heart Disease (ACHD) Program within the Herma Heart Institute. Our ACHD program is one of only a few programs of its kind in the nation, and the largest program in the state of Wisconsin. 

ACHD webinar: Connective Tissue and Combined Genetics Clinic 

Learn about connective tissue and genetics for adults living with congenital heart disease. Register today to attend the live webinar on Tuesday, April 25, 2023 at 6:30 p.m. CT with Sal Ginde, MD and Mike Muriello, MD. 

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Registration is free but required. Can't attend live? Make sure to still register - all registrants will receive a recording via email.

View our past webinars

ACHD webinar library

 

Benefits of cardiac rehab

Scott Cohen, MD, MPH; Andrew Pistner, MD, FACC; Rachel Kenitz, MSN, BS, RN

 

Advancements in ACHD surgical care

Michael Mitchell, MD

 

Heart failure in adults with CHD

Steven Kindel, MD

 

Health insurance options

Lenny Orlowski, Lead Financial Counselor

 

Mental Health and ACHD

Scott Cohen, MD

 

State-of-the-art options for catheter valve replacement

Susan Foerster, MD

 

Over the hill, but not out of the woods: Aging with CHD

James Kimber, DO

 

Women’s health and ACHD: Navigating major life milestones

Jennifer Gerardin, MD

 

Coming of age: The transition to adult congenital heart care

Emily Reinhardt, RN

 

ACHD 2021 Virtual Education Night

Scott Cohen, MD, MPH; Matt Buelow, MD; James Kimber, DO

 

Antibiotics before procedures: when and why?

Peter Bartz, MD

 

What genetic testing can reveal about ACHD

Gabrielle Geddes, MD

 

Echo, CT and MRI: Why do I need all this stuff?

Jennifer Gerardin, MD

 

Beyond survival: Improving outcomes after the Fontan procedure

Salil Ginde, MD, MPH

 

Find the beat: abnormal heart rhythms in adults with congenital heart disease

Joshua Kovach, MD