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Submission deadline: 1 March, 2017
Be part of this unique opportunity and present your challenging case or your research results as a Young Electrophysiologist during EHRA EUROPACE - CARDIOSTIM 2017 (18-21 June in Vienna, Austria). Submit your case(s)/ research publication from year 2016, before 1 March 2017.
Organised by the EHRA Young Electrophysiologists committee, this session allows physicians from the Young EP community to submit their most challenging, puzzling, rewarding or clinically relevant cases to discuss them with an expert in the field. Topics to be covered are:
The case presenter will be paired to an opinion leader and invited to give a 20 minutes presentation, during which input from the presenter, expert opinion leader and from the audience is expected. Interactive voting system will be used please prepare 4-5 key questions related to your case presentation. Only Young EP members can submit cases.
Cases can be submitted as a free descriptive text of up to 400 words and up to two images. Feel free to submit as many cases as you want, but keep every case restricted to one topic.
The submitter of the best case presentation will receive a Travel Grant ( 2000 € upon receipt of original invoices) for EHRA EUROPACE - CARDIOSTIM 2017.
Award Eligibility : you must be an EHRA 2017 member, a Young EP member, younger than 40 years old, and you have to present the case yourself.
Organised by the EHRA Young Electrophysiologists committee, this session allows physicians from the Young EP community to present their best published work as first or last author from the past year to provide visibility and promote academic work among young electrophysiologists.
Papers accepted in the following fields:
Case reports are not considered for this session.During a 15 minutes presentation inclusive of 5 minutes discussion, results from the four scientifically most valuable publications by Young Electrophysiologists from 2016 will be presented by the first or last author.Please submit the abstract from the published manuscript with a word limit of 250 words and one figure. Only Young EP members can submit best research papers.The submitter of the best research paper will receive a Travel Grant (2000€ upon receipt of original invoices) for EHRA EUROPACE - CARDIOSTIM 2017.
Award Eligibility : you must be an EHRA 2017 member, a Young EP member, younger than 40 years old, and you have to present the paper yourself.
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