Report on 7th CVCT Forum 2010
CVCT is endorsed by the European Society of Cardiology, ESC Working Group "Clinical Pharmacology and Drug Therapy" and CME accredited.
Are you tired of being a passive observer at conferences? Are you wishing you could exchange in a more interactive fashion with the world’s leading experts in cardiovascular clinical trials.
CVCT Forum is the only event focusing specifically on clinical trials in cardiovascular disease and encourages knowledge sharing between participants, familiarizing practitioners and young investigators with the science of clinical trials from protocol design to result interpretation. Further, the CVCT Forum puts attendees into direct contact with KOLs and clinical trial coordinators, as well as research and development staff from pharmaceutical companies.
Faculty members are world famous scientists and clinical trialists, leading discussions for a unique audience of opinion leaders, trialists, regulators, experts from industry - R&D, ARO and CRO - investigators, study coordinators and practitioners.
This is an ideal meeting place for anyone eager to communicate with primary care physicians and the people who create and analyze major trials about raising awareness and bringing about change within the sector.
Over the years, CVCT has benefited from an increasing reputation and growing number of participants. The curriculum format has developed from standard plenary lecturing to a real clinical trialists "college discussion". At the latest meeting we were proud to welcome more than 500 selected participants from 32 different countries including delegates from Western and Eastern Europe, the USA, South America, Asia and Middle East.
Hear what others have to say about CVCT Forum 2010:
- Eva Lonn, Professor of Medicine, McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada"It was an excellent meeting. I found most useful the very interactive nature of the meeting with many opportunities for discussion and open dialogue, which was promoted both by the schedule of the meeting and the opportunities for social interaction."
- Roxana Mehran, Director of Outcomes Research, Data Coordination and Analysis, Center for Interventional Vascular Therapy, New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center, USA
"CVCT Forum and workshop was one of the most useful meetings I have attended this year. I not only had the opportunity to hear from the stakeholders, but also to share my views in an open un-interrupted and collegial environment. This was most unique and not like any other meeting I have ever attended."
In order to get acquainted with the CVCT meetings concept, you may find it useful to also have a look at the highlights and programmes of the recent CVCT meetings.