World Heart Day is celebrated worldwide on September 29. This year, doctors from HYMC’s Cardiology Division decided to go out into the community, volunteering to provide a series of lectures designed to increase awareness of heart disease, particularly among women.
Despite the concerning data that show that one in every two women suffers from heart disease, many women are not aware of the symptoms and at times do not associate them with heart disease. It is not only women who lack awareness of the full array of heart attack symptoms in women, but also medical staff at community clinics and emergency rooms, which makes it difficult to provide proper care in real time.
In September, senior physicians from Hille Yaffe’s Cardiology Division will be lecturing to residents of the cities, councils and towns in the vicinity of Hillel Yaffe Medical Center in order to heighten awareness of heart disease among both men and women alike. In the lectures, the doctors will discuss the main symptoms of heart attacks, what the differences are between men and women and whether they can be prevented.
The Cardiology Division Director at Hillel Yaffe, Prof. Ariel Roguin, who developed this welcome program, said, “We decided to go directly into the community to raise awareness of the typical effects and symptoms of heart disease. It is important that the general public be aware of the various symptoms and know that heart disease does not only affect men. Until the age of about 70, coronary heart disease is more common among men than among women, particularly in light of women's natural hormonal activity. However, as soon as the disease in women appears, the mortality rates are higher and the early complications following myocardial infarction are more frequent than in men. I call on each and every one of you to come to a lecture. Remember, knowledge saves lives.”
Below is the list of scheduled lectures:
September 1, 2022 - Dr. Adham Zidan, Senior Physician in the Cardiology Division, will speak in Baqa al-Gharbiyye.
September 7, 2022 - Cardiology Division Director, Prof. Ariel Roguin, will be coming to the Northern Industrial Park in Caesarea, 14 Halamish Street.
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September 12, 2022 - Cardiology Division Director, Prof. Ariel Roguin, will be lecturing in the Nissan neighborhood of Hadera.
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September 14, 2022 - Cardiology Division Director, Prof. Ariel Roguin, will be coming to the Payis Senior Center, 24 Ahuza Street, Karkur.
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September 15, 2022 - Cardiology Division Director, Prof. Ariel Roguin, will be lecturing at the Milo Menashe Center.
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September 28, 2022 - Dr. Jamil Mohsen, Senior Physician, Cardiology Division, will be coming to Umm al-Fahm - details coming soon.
September 28, 2022 - Virtual Panel on Women’s Heart Health With the participation of Cardiology Division Director Prof. Ariel Roguin; Director of the Electrophysiology and Pacemaker Unit, Dr. Eran Leshem, and Dr. Adham Zidan, a senior physician in the Cardiology Division.
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October 2, 2022 - Cardiology Division Director, Prof. Ariel Roguin, will be at Beit Ha’am on Nechalim Street in Be'erotayim.
5:00 p.m. - Gathering and greetings, Head of the Emek Hefer Regional Council, Dr. Galit Shaul
5:30 p.m. - The personal story of social worker Yael Shaked, Regional Council’s Health Promoter
5:45 p.m. - Cardiology Division Director, Prof. Ariel Roguin: Why do people think that women don’t have heart attacks? What are the main signs of a heart attack? Is there a difference between men and women? And can this be prevented?
6:45 p.m. - Break
7:00 p.m. - Yoga in motion, led by Shimrit Klein, certified instructor
The fee for participation is NIS 20 and advance registration is required.
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