Record abstract submissions for ESC Congress 2014! 11,444 abstracts from 100 countries were submitted. Thank you for choosing ESC Congress as your preferred scientific platform to present your original research. Results will be made available early May.
Over 90 % of delegates ask for clinical Practice Sessions. The ESC Congress Programme Committee is proud to feature a complete programme designed to address clinical practice issues to enhance your practice!
More CME Credits this year! ESC Congress 2014 is accredited by the European Board for Accreditation in Cardiology (EBAC) for 25 hours of external CME credits.
Innovation and the Heart:
The spotlight of this year's congress captures innovations in scientific discovery, clinical practice, technology, education and importantly in applications to clinical care.
Cardiology is evolving rapidly and it is critically important to keep up to date, not only in the areas of our special interests but also in what is happening elsewhere across the spectrum of cardiovascular disease.