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Regulations for invited speakers and chairpersons

These regulations apply to invited speakers, discussants and chairpersons for all sessions organised by the Congress Programme Committee, the ESC Councils, the ESC Associations and Working Groups.

  1. It is not the European Society of Cardiology policy to support travel and hotel accommodation. There will be no reimbursement for travel expenses or hotel accommodation. All participants have to make their own travel arrangements

  2. The congress registration fee for invited speakers, chairpersons and ESC Fellows (as included in the Fellowship fee) will be waived

  3. No honorarium will be paid

  4. All invited speakers and chairpersons must register via ‘My Agreements’ through the ‘My ESC’ online services (the link is provided in the original invitation). This will NOT be done automatically - use the free registration option

  5. We strongly recommend booking your hotel room via the proposed online services at the same time

  6. All sessions will be recorded - presentations will be made available within 24h on ESC Congress 365 (provided the speakers have granted copyrights to the ESC via their agreement form)

  7. All faculty must declare possible conflict of interest online when accepting the invitation as well as during the session

  • Speaker must declare possible conflict of interest regarding their current presentation on their first slide
  • Chairpersons/Discussants/Judges must declare possible conflict of interest regarding the topics of the presentations orally at the beginning of the session


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