Our mission is to become a worldwide reference for education in the field for all professionals involved in the process to disseminate knowledge & skills of Acute Cardiovascular Care.
Our mission is to promote excellence in clinical diagnosis, research, technical development, and education in cardiovascular imaging in Europe.
Our mission is to promote excellence in research, practice, education and policy in cardiovascular health, primary and secondary prevention.
Our mission is to reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease in Europe through percutaneous cardiovascular interventions.
Our mission is to improve the quality of life of the population by reducing the impact of cardiac rhythm disturbances and reduce sudden cardiac death.
Our mission is to improve quality of life and longevity, through better prevention, diagnosis and treatment of heart failure, including the establishment of networks for its management, education and research.
The ESC Working Groups' goal is to stimulate and disseminate scientific knowledge in different fields of cardiology.
The ESC Councils' goal is to share knowledge among medical professionals practising in specific cardiology domains.
OUR MISSION: TO REDUCE THE BURDEN OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE
The existence of potential conflicts of interest does not necessarily indicate a bias. However it is our ethical obligation to inform organisers and participants so that they are made aware of any relationship that might cause unintentional bias.
A potential conflict of interest may arise from various relationships, past or present, such as employment, consultancy, investments and stock ownership, funding for research, family relationship etc.
The Congress Programme Committee requests all persons to declare possible interest:
Oral abstract Presenters are requested to declare potential conflict of interest regarding their current presentation on their first slide which must be shown on the screen long enough for the audience to consider the information.
Poster Presenters are requested to disclose potential conflicts of interest regarding their current poster presentation at the bottom of their poster. This will allow the audience to take potential conflicts of interest into account when assessing the objectivity of the presentation.
Young Investigator Award Sessions - In Agora
Your abstract has been chosen for its outstanding quality and will be presented in one of the Young Investigator Award Sessions. 6 oral presentations will be held during each session. Sessions will be chaired by senior faculty members and presentations evaluated by a panel of renowned judges. Each presenter has 15 minutes to present the research. Your powerpoint presentation should not exceed 10 minutes to allow for 5 minutes question-and-answer period with the Chairpersons and the Audience. Please refer to your agreement form for the date and time of your session.
Rapid Fire Abstract Sessions - in Agora
You will have 8 minutes to present key results (maximum 5 slides – no multiple builds). A question and answer period of 2 minutes will follow animated by experts chairing the session.
All presentations should be 16:9 formated and have a 1280 x 720 minimun resolution.
They will be displayed from a PC with Windows 7 and PowerPoint 2016.
In order to ensure an optimal delivery of your presentation, please stick to the following guidelines in the preparation of your presentation:
We recommend presenters to use the official congress slide template.
Download the offficial template
Personal laptop computers cannot be connected to the projectors in lecture rooms & presentations cannot be loaded directly onto the computer in the lecture rooms. Presentations must be uploaded via our service (Online or at the Speaker Service Centre)
If your presentation is on a Mac computer, we recommend you ONLY provide a Windows compatible file and meet with the technician in the Speaker Service Centre to either make sure that your presentation will run properly on the PC’s or to anticipate a backup solution.
If you have technical questions regarding your presentation before the congress, you may contact the audiovisual service: contact us
We remind you that all presentations given at EHRA AUROPACE - CARDIOSTIM 2017 will be available on the Scientific Programme& Planner (slides & VOD) * when copyrights transferred to the ESC
Abstract presenters are required to upload their presentation in advance. The ONLINE UPLOAD will open one week prior to the congress. Instructions will be sent at a later stage.
If you need any specific assistance, please come to the Speaker Service Centre (SSC)
Saturday 17 June
Sunday 18 June
Monday 19 June
Tuesday 20 June
Wednesday 21 June
Your abstract will be presented in a Poster format during one of the Moderated Poster Session below - Consult your presentation agreement form for assigned presentation date and time.
Your poster has been chosen for its outstanding quality and will be discussed in a specific area during the Moderated poster session chaired by two moderators. Each poster presenter will have 3 minutes to briefly summarise their poster to the moderators in front of a dedicated audience. A question-and-answer period of 3 minutes will follow each presentation.
Presenters must be by their poster during the morning coffee break in order to present their research to the audience and the Moderators.
Presenters must be by their poster during the afternoon coffee break in order to present their research to the audience and the Moderators.
For moderated poster technical requirements - please see the Poster technical requirements below
Your abstract will be presented in a Poster format during one of the Poster Sessions - Consult your presentation agreement form for assigned presentation date and time.
Presenters must be available by their poster during the Poster viewing times (coffee breaks) in order to discuss their research with the audience.
We suggest you design your poster as follows:
The ESC does not allow QR codes on Posters. The text should be broken up by the inclusion of drawings and/or photos. The use of colour makes the poster more attractive and effective.
Maximum dimensions for the poster: LANDSCAPE 100cm (height) x 140cm (width).
Please note these dimensions and keep for when you prepare your poster.
Posters on several sheets are not advised.
Please note that the use of the official ESC logos is not allowed on your poster. This also applies to ESC Association, Working Group and Council logos.
The title should be emphasised by the use of bold-face type. When displayed the letters used should not be smaller than 15 mm.
The sub-title should be printed in the same kind of lettering, but semi-bold and not less than 10 mm high when displayed. This guarantees clear reading even from a distance of 2-3 meters.
The text should be broken up by the inclusion of drawings and/or photos. The use of colour makes the poster more attractive and effective.
Material for mounting your poster to the poster board will be supplied by the ESC.
Please note the ESC cannot be held responsible for Posters displayed or left in the Poster area or in the Congress Centre. Posters must be collected after each session.
Please note that the Final Programme Number will be the reference number for your abstract, it will be used to mark the location of your assigned board.
For information onsite, presentation certificate etc. please see the Poster Assistance Desk.
In addition to your paper poster and in order to increase visibility of your research we invite you to upload an electronic version of your poster. e-Posters will be accessible during the congress at the e-Library; and after the congress on the Scientific Programme & Planner (Depending on your Membership benefits).
ESC proposes to use the service of Call4Posters® poster printing to enable you to have your poster professionally printed, reviewed and shipped directly to the poster hall. Poster pricing starts at just €59.
Your poster will be waiting for you onsite –no need to worry about carrying it on the plane.
Please visit www.call4posters.com/esc_ehra to start uploading your poster for printing.
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