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Abstract Presentations

ESC Congress 2021 - The Digital Experience, from 27 to 30 August


Having your abstract accepted to ESC Congress is a sign of excellence

Thank you to all submitters for their time in sharing knowledge.

We are working to showcase your work with the best ways to interact on your research.

 

Having your abstract accepted to ESC Congress is a sign of excellence

Your Oral Presentation Discussed Live

screens-ESC-Congress-2018-321-2018-08-27.jpgNowhere else will your online presentation and discussions reach as many people or have such a significant impact.

  • Share with a global cardiology community – in 2020 that meant delegates from 215 countries
  • Multinational connections with all subspeciality professionals
  • Engage with fellow researchers, potential co-investigators and mentors in your fields

 

 

Your abstract will be included in the following types of session:

Deep Dives

Those sessions will present 3 top rated abstracts selected by the topic coordinator based on originality of the research and opportunity to exchange.

They will be featured in the new, live discussion rooms.

Blockbusters from the Young

Those sessions will acknowledge excellence in research from young cardiovascular healthcare professionals.

They will be featured in new, live discussion rooms.

Advances in Science

Those sessions will be the combination of original research abstracts with renowned expert review and commentary on related topics.

They will be featured in the dedicated channel and will include dynamic lectures from key opinion leaders.

Award Sessions

Compete to win the Award ! presentations will be scored on the following criteria - Originality, Scientific content, Presentation and Answers to questions.

Results of the competition will be announced during the Live Programme.

Young Investigator Awards 

Selected for the outstanding quality of their work, four Young Investigators will present their original research in front of a jury as they compete for prestigious ESC Awards.

The awards will be focused on Basic Science – Clinical Cardiology – Thrombosis – Populations Sciences – Coronary Pathophysiology and Microcirculation – Sudden Cardiac Death (Spotlight of the Congress).

Nursing and Allied Professional Investigator Award

This award aims to recognise significant contributions from new investigators in cardiovascular nursing and allied professions at the European level.

e-Posters - A Dynamic Format to Highlight Your Work

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Your abstract showcased as an e-Poster with your record commentary.

It goes with a full set of interactive features allowing more networking opportunities.

Discuss your findings with peers and be acknowledged  as an active contributor in your community.

 

 

 

 

  • The audience is invited to Like / Share / Comment / Contact the authors.
  • The “most liked” and “most viewed” e-Posters will be daily highlighted.
  • A selection of e-Posters will be identified as ‘Topic Coordinator’s Choice’ from a member of the Congress Programme Committee. Presenters will have the opportunity to exchange online with these experts.
  • 'Let's Discuss Science on e-Posters' initiative will be animated by the ESC Young Community.

A Worldwide Long Term Exposure

press-covers.jpg500+ international journalists and a potential audience of 2.4 billion. In 2020, the world’s media wrote more than 8,300 articles for publications ranging from the Financial Times and the New York Times, to the Daily Mail, Medscape, MedPage, La Repubblica, Forbes and broadcast TV

After the Digital Experience, presented abstracts will be published in the dedicated supplement of the European Heart Journal, the leading cardiovascular publication.
It will also be inserted to ESC 365, the online library with more than five million visits last year.