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CASSA NEWSLETTER November 2014

Another year has come and gone. During the past year CASSA Hosted GP training meetings in Bloemfontein and Gauteng in collaboration with Mediclinic. During these meetings General Practitioners were shown how to read and interpret an ECG. GP’s were also given an update on the latest treatments for AF – ablation etc. Many more meetings […]

CASSA NEWSLETTER August 2013

The CASSA specialist symposium, entitled ‘The Clinical Management of Arrhythmia’ will take place during September and October 2013. International Key note speakers are Prof Sanjeev Saksena, Professor in Clinical Medicine at RWJ Medical School, USA and Dr Owen Obel, Associate Professor in Medicine at the Southwestern Medical Centre, Dallas.

CASSA Newsletter January 2012

The Executive Committee of the Cardiac Arrhythmia Society of Southern Africa recently held their annual strategic meeting and will be kick-starting the year with a number of great initiatives. Website CASSA has changed to a new webmaster and the website can now be the educational and communication portal it was intended to be. CASSA members […]

CASSA Newsletter September 2011

CASSA has the honour of hosting the annual South African Heart Association Congress in 2011. The congress will take place from 23-26 October at the brand new and ultra modern East London ICC.

CASSA Newsletter January 2011

CASSA has the honour of hosting the annual South African Heart Association Congress in 2011. The congress will take place from 23-26 October at the brand new and ultra modern East London ICC. Please diarize this prestigious event!

CASSA Summer Newsletter 2010

The CASSA National Symposium was recently held (16, 19 and 23 October in respectively Cape Town, Durban and Johannesburg) and it was a huge success.

CASSA Newsletter January 2010

The successful and by now almost famous CASSA ECG and arrhythmia workshop, hosted by Prof A Okreglicki and D Milne was held in George and it was well attended by especially allied professionals from the private and public hospitals around the Cape South Coast.