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Professor David Hare

University of Melbourne, Melbourne (Australia)

Member of:

European Society of Cardiology

Professor David L Hare is a graduate of the University of Melbourne, subsequently undertaking post-graduate studies at the University of Melbourne and Guy’s Hospital, London. He has been the Coordinator of Cardiovascular Research for the University of Melbourne. Currently he is a Clinical Cardiologist at Austin Health, including roles as Director of Secondary Prevention and Heart Failure Programmes, and Director of Research in the Department of Cardiology. He interested in psychosocial aspects of CVD, having also qualified in Psychiatry in addition to Cardiology. His interest in the prevention of cardiovascular disease included 7 years as the Medical Director of the National Heart Foundation of Australia (Vic Div). In 2020 he was a nominee for Australian of the Year. His clinical and laboratory research interests include clinical trials, heart failure, atherosclerosis, genomic medicine, cardiac surgery, exercise, diabetes, CV aspects of renal disease and clinical governance.

Pharmacological Restoration of mOod in HEART Failure: outcomes of the PRO-HEART trial

Event: ESC Congress 2020

Topic: Advanced Clinical Practice

Session: Cardiovascular Nursing and Allied Professions ePosters


Challenges in clinical practice: how to succeed

Event: ESC Asia with APSC & AFC

Topic: Clinical Skills, Other

Session: State-of-the-art lipid treatment in high-risk patients


Poor mental health is accompanied by reduced autonomic functioning in the month following acute coronary syndrome.

Event: ESC Congress 2017

Topic: Environment and CV diseases

Session: Hear disease, environmental, psycho-social, cultural, occupational factors


An evaluation of patient-proxy concordance in depression assessments of cardiovascular patients

Event: ESC Congress 2016

Topic: Chronic nursing care

Session: Improving support for patients with cardiovascular disease


Henry Krum: the emergence of a humble giant.


Topic: Miscellaneous

Session: A tribute to Henry Krum


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