On behalf of the Organising Committee for the 32nd Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) of the Australian Cardiovascular Health and Rehabilitation Association (ACRA), it gives us great pleasure to invite you to join us in Perth for an exciting educational conference. We are looking forward to hosting you again in person at our face-to-face event at the University Club of WA, from Monday 31st July to Wednesday 2nd August 2023.
Our 2023 Annual Scientific Meeting will focus on celebrating Diversity, striving for Equity, and maximising Access to best-practice cardiovascular healthcare. An exciting program of keynote presentations, interactive workshops, abstracts and poster sessions will support the exchange of ideas, challenges and latest developments in the prevention and management of cardiovascular disease.
The program will explore challenges of providing equity to disadvantaged and under-represented groups in cardiac rehabilitation and provide practical outcomes you can adopt to improve Diversity, Equity and Access in your service.
Key topics will include:
- Aboriginal people
- Cultural and linguistic diversity
- Low socio-economic position
- Low health literacy
- Rural and remote populations
- Mental health
Educational and networking opportunities will spark creativity and innovation, leave you feeling inspired, and create lasting connections with likeminded peers across Australia and beyond.
Please check back in here regularly for updates on registration, abstracts and the final program, and any changes in event details as required. You can follow us on twitter too @ACRAASM.
Call for Abstracts
Coming in December 2022
To be announced
Anna Storen Regional Travel Scholarship
To be announced
To be announced
Everyone at ACRA has been closely following the COVID-19 pandemic and the impact on healthcare professionals and the community. ACRA is committed to delivering a face-to-face conference where possible, while also prioritising the safety and well-being of our members. As the pandemic rapidly evolves we may need to make changes to the event format or speakers. COVID-19 regulations must also be adhered to by all delegates as per the Western Australian Department of Health. All delegates must have a current COVID-19 vaccination certificate. Read about our COVID arrangements here.
Through a combination of keynotes, workshops, abstracts and poster sessions, the conference supports the exchange of ideas and challenges around clinical and research issues, including the latest developments in the prevention and management of cardiovascular disease.
We are busy working to bring you an amazing program. Stay tuned!
There is plenty to see and do in Perth. Hop on an open top bus tour to Kings Park for spectacular views over the city; jump off and walk amongst the treetops or stop for a picnic.
Perth offers abundant restaurants, pubs, bars, night markets, cafes, art galleries, theatre and exhibitions.
After exploring Perth city, take a day or extended trip to visit the historic Port town of Fremantle, the turquoise bays of Rottnest Island or the lush valleys full of world class wineries in the Swan Valley and Perth Hills, all within 45 minutes of the CBD.
Located on one of Australia’s most beautiful University campuses, minutes from Perth’s CBD, The University Club of Western Australia has been custom designed to provide a versatile, first-class event venue. Since opening in 2005, The University Club’s blend of award-winning cuisine and impeccable service have earned it a reputation as one of Perth’s premier conference and event destinations, including walks to the University's iconic Winthrop Hall, Octagon Theatre, Sunken Garden and Tropical Grove offer a unique option for truly memorable events.