Structural Heart Webinars

Due to the elective nature of the cases and the impact COVID-19 restrictions are having on the filming of such procedures, SHDA has had to redesign the format of the remaining events for 2021. Please see below the new format. Existing tickets will still apply respectively.

Rare Pathology & Devices In End Stage Heart Failure

Saturday 30th October 2021  9.00AM – 2.30PM

Presented by St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney Transplant team, headed by Dr Alistair Watson and Dr Kavitha Muthiah. 


Draft Topics (previously individual  webinars)

Heart Failure Optimal Medical Management: A quick update

Presented by Dr Kavitha Muthiah

BiV Pacing and Defibrillators: When and how

Presented by TBC

Ventricular Assist Devices

Presented by TBC

Mechanical Circulatory Support: Rescue ECMO to Total Heart Replacement

Presented by Dr Alastair Watson

Organ Donation and Retrieval

Presented by TBC

Transplantation: New Frontiers

Presented by Dr Arjun Iyer


Amyloidosis, Sarcoidosis, Fabry’s disease, Carcinoid, Hemochromatosis

Presented by TBC 

Imaging Webinar – Step By Step Guide

Tuesday 30th November 2021 6.00PM – 8.00PM

TOE 1: The diagnostic 

Presented by Dr Lisa Simmons and Royal Prince Alfred Hospital

Content Available On Demand

Cardiac Anatomy
Presented by Dr. Sean Lal

Transcatheter Valve in Valve
Presented by Dr Peter Hansen – Royal North Shore Hospital
Moderator Dr Kunwar Bhatia

Mitral Valve day
Presented by Dr Peter Hansen – Royal North Shore Hospital
Prof Martin Ng
Dr Paul Janz
Dr Lisa Simmons
Dr Ravi Bhindi
Dr Martin Shaw

Secondary Regurgitation Workshop
Presented by Prof Greg Scalia

*Webinar topics and dates are subject to change, as they are dependant on patient selection and speaker availability*

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Structural Heart Disease Australia

Structural Heart Disease Australia is an incorporated association focused on education in valvular and structural cardiac diseases. It was started by group of echocardiographers, anaesthetists, clinical and interventional cardiologists, and cardiothoracic surgeons to provide a useful learning resource for medical professionals.

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