Programming - EPI|Lifestyle
Highlights for 2023 will include:
- Oral, poster and moderated poster abstract sessions
- Inspiring opening keynote lectures
- The Annual ASPC Debate (organized with the American Society of Preventive Cardiology)
- Networking roundtable sessions
- The Stamler Award Finalist session
- AHA scientific update session
- Award lectures
- Collaborative session with the Society of Behavioral Medicine
We are looking forward to seeing you all in Boston!
EPI Lifestyle 2022 Abstracts & Documents
Abstracts from this year's conference will be publish in the Circulation journal in April 2022.
See science as it is released from embargo in the 2022 Program Planner.
Schedule-at-a-Glance (PDF) — Now updated with room locations
EPI|Lifestyle 2022 Final Program (PDF) — Complete session and speaker information
2022 Posters List (PDF) — Explore the conference posters
EPI|Lifestyle 2022 Invited Lecturers Brochure (PDF) — Biographies of this year's invited scientists
NHLBI Trainee Session Agenda and Moderated Posters (PDF) — Please use this agenda for 2022
- Critique implications of scientific evidence at the intersection of environmental factors and cardiovascular health and describe ways to reduce the cardiovascular burden of environmental factors on both population- and individual-levels.
- Discuss the causes and health consequences of continuing disparities in cardiovascular risk factors among racial/ethnic and socioeconomic groups and identify opportunities to implement recommendations from recent scientific statements to address these disparities.
- Discuss current evidence and research needs regarding effective approaches to address obesity, nutrition, and physical activity.
- Explain the concepts of omics technology, and identify research opportunities as well as their applications in cardiovascular disease prevention and treatment.
- Identify innovative areas and new skillsets needed for research in cardiovascular epidemiology.
The conference is designed to benefit researchers as well as public health practitioners and clinicians. The meeting should appeal to physicians, epidemiologists, dietitians, nutritional scientists, exercise physiologists, behavioral scientists, biostatisticians, pharmacists, physician assistants, nurses, school health professionals and other health scientists.