Congenital heart disease presents a lot of unknowns and gray areas for patients and families. As patients and families ourselves, we know first-hand the importance of timely information in making decisions and having easy-to-access, easy-to-understand information and resources on a variety of topics related to CHD.
Conquering CHD exists to conquer the most common birth defect and ensuring patients, families, care team members, and all those impacted by CHD are aware of CHD-related happenings is a large part of our education work. Find a CHD-related conference or symposium below.
Disclaimer: This is a list of links to upcoming CHD conferences and events. Conquering CHD does not endorse or recommend any conference, meeting or scientific session. This is not a complete list and is for informational purposes only.
Conquering CHD often collaborates with professional, medical, and community-based organizations on conferences, summits, and symposiums. If you are hosting an event you would like to include, please submit your request here.
Disclaimer: Not all events submitted using the form will be posted to the website. Please consult the “Criteria for Inclusion” closely before submission.
Congenital Heart Surgeons' Society 49th Annual meeting
October 23-24, 2022 - Chicago, Illinois
CATCH: Caring for Adults and Teens with Congenital Heart Disease
October 27-29, 2022 - Four Seasons Resort O‘ahu at Ko Olina
American Heart Association Scientific Sessions 2022
November 5-7, 2022 - Chicago, IL + Virtual
PAC3 Fall Virtual Conference
November 8-9, 2022 - Virtual
Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Society Annual International Meeting
December 15-18, 2022 - Miami, Florida
8th World Congress of Pediatric Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery
August 27-September 1, 2023 - Washington D.C.
Conquering CHD Stories
Beyond the Heart – Nauman’s Story
Adult patient and medical student, Nauman Shahid, shares what he learned about the way different body systems interact with one another through Medical School and personal experience. Here, he shares the complications that developed with his lungs as a result of his Congenital Heart Disease.Full Story>