SOLVE Upcoming Events

ACRA – TAS Annual Seminar 

What:  Double Trouble – Diabetes and CVD 

When: 10am – 3pm, Friday 1st Oct 2021

Where: In-person Northern Integrated Care Service 

or virtual attendance also available via Zoom 

Cost: ACRA- members free or 
$40/$35 to non-members (in person or virtual) 

Click here for more info and registration form

RSVP by 24th Sept 

ACRA-WA Workshop  

What: Future proofing your cardiac rehabilitation service, discuss Cardiac Rehabilitation Quality Indicators, SOLVE-CHD and sharing your education tips

When: 12:30pm -3:30pm, Friday 22nd Oct 2021

Where: At the University of WA Nedland Campus 

Cost: ACRA-WA members free
$50 to non-members (waived if joining ACRA at this event)

RSVP: by 17/10/21 to Nikki Strahan 

    SOLVE CHD Past Events

On 29th April, SOLVE Launching was held via Zoom with a great turnout of more than 70 attendees from over 25 Organisations across Australia. Opened by Adj Prof. John Kelly AM (Heart Foundation), who highlighted the alignment of SOLVE’s objectives with the global, regional, and national mission of the World Heart Federation and the Heart Foundation, particularly in Policy Development, Emerging Leaders, Cardiac Rehabilitation, Secondary Prevention, and Consumer Engagement space. 

Dr. Saraid Billiards (Department of Health) and Prof.Gemma Figtree (ACvA) congratulated the SOLVE Team and underlined the importance of this Synergy Grant and its multidisciplinary approach to the Mission and priorities of the ACvA, Cardiovascular Health, and MRFF for all Australians. 

Prof Julie Redfern provided a brief background of SOLVE and the National Network. Prof Robyn Gallagher, Prof Tom Briffa, and A/Pro Adrienne O’Neil introduced our key activity areas: transformative data and quality, new research, and capacity building followed by some great discussion among attendees. 

SOLVE Inaugural Consumer Engagement Workshop was held via Zoom. 

Sincere thanks to everyone who has attended SOLVE first Consumer Engagement Workshop on Wednesday 14th July. Some great discussions and ideas were shared among researchers and patients about how to best engage patients in SOLVE program.

SOLVE Consumer engagement plan will be shared in due course. We look forward to fostering the exciting collaboration that will follow. Please encourage your colleagues that are interested in SOLVE Consumer Group to join our Network.