Professional Heart Daily

Sharing Your Story Can Help Save Lives

Go Red for Women is looking for its 2025 Class of Survivors! This group of heart disease and stroke survivors share their stories to empower women to be aware of their No. 1 health threat – cardiovascular disease.
2025 Class of Survivors
AHA President Joe Wu chats with another BCVS23 attendee. Members and nonmembers got a chance to network directly with key AHA volunteers and thought leaders.
Headshot of first female AHA president, Helen Taussig

Women in Research

The AHA has a rich history of female leadership and participation in research. We celebrate the determination and courage of women who have overcome great obstacles to make significant impacts on science and medicine. The AHA works to alleviate barriers and encourage workplace equity to ensure the success of those who continue to carry the torch.
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AHA Journals Centennial Collection. A tribute to AHA's 100th Anniversary. Read more now.

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Upcoming Meetings

BCVS Scientific Sessions 2024

July 22–25, 2024
Hilton Chicago | Chicago, Illinois

Hypertension Scientific Sessions 2024

September 5–8, 2024
Hilton Chicago | Chicago, Illinois

Resuscitation Science Symposium 2024

November 16–17, 2024
Hilton Chicago | Chicago, Illinois

Scientific Sessions 2024

November 16–18, 2024
McCormick Place Convention Center | Chicago, Illinois


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Professional Education Available Where You Are.

American Heart Association Lifelong Learning. The power to help your patients live longer, healthier lives.

500+ CE Courses Available.

Comprehensive Guide on Hypertension

Getting to the Heart of Stroke™

Spotlight Series CE Presentations

Preventing and Treating VTE

AHA Telehealth Essentials Managing Patient Care (Active Visit)

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Looking for a new job opportunity? Check out our AHA Professional Member 2024 Featured Cardiovascular & Stroke Jobs Guide now!: View now to browse open positions from top healthcare employers!

Remembering Dr. Ralph Sacco

Dr. Ralph Sacco, the first neurologist to serve as president of the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association, died Jan. 17. Sacco, a distinguished AHA/ASA volunteer and a revered scientist, served as editor-in-chief of the journal Stroke in addition to other leadership roles. Because of Dr. Sacco’s passion for the AHA and its mission, at his family's request donations in his memory can be made to The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association. We have created the Ralph Sacco Memorial Fund for Brain Health in Ralph’s memory.
Dr. Ralph Sacco served as president of the American Heart Association and American Academy of Neurology. (Photo courtesy of University of Miami Miller School of Medicine)

Mark Your Calendars for Hypertension 2024

September 5–8, 2024
Hilton Chicago | Chicago, Illinois