Calendar

10 – 12 April

Kardiologisen seuran kevätkokous, Helsinki, Finland

17 – 19 April

25:th Swedish Cardiovascular Springmeeting, Gothenburg, Sweden

24 – 26 April

SFAM, Swedish Congress for General Practitioners, Uppsala, Sweden

6 May

Kardiologisten hoitajien koulutuspäivät (Training days for cardiologist nurses), Jyväskylä, Finland

16 – 17 May

Kliinisen fysiologian hoitajien koulutuspäivät, Helsinki, Finland

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