Major ESC Clinical Practice Guidelines will be presented during ESC Congress in Barcelona. Discover the many sessions from in-depth review and discussion along with tips and tricks for implementation to face-to-face exchanges.
In 2017, the European Society of Cardiology will release four new ESC Clinical Practice Guidelines:
They will be presented and discussed in detail at ESC Congress in specific ESC Clinical Practice Guidelines sessions
Open discussion with ESC Clinical Practice Guidelines authors providing unique opportunity to ask all and any questions directly to the experts involved in the elaboration of the Guidelines.
Information on how to implement ESC Guidelines into routine daily management of cardiovascular patients. Do not miss the My NCS@ESC sessions including new evidence, analysis and review of Guideline implementation in specific countries.
View the Guidelines in daily practice sessions
Six national cardiac societies have designed a concise and informative session on ESC Clinical Practice Guidelines, including aspects of implementation, gaps in evidence and practical management.
A tradition now at ESC Congress!Follow three teams in a tense competition as they answer guidelines-related questions across all topics in cardiology, actively looking for participation and interaction with the audience.
Teams will be announced shortly. In the meantime you can watch the 2016 ESC Cardiology quiz.
Refresh your knowledge on key messages from ESC Clinical Practice Guidelines that have stood the test of time. Two teams from My NCS@ESC sessions will compete. Join us in the “Hub” on Saturday from 09:00 and support your favourite team.
Essential take home message on the very newest ESC Clinical Practice guidelines that were presented during ESC Congress 2017. Join this one hour session, held on Wednesday 30 August at 9:00 before you head back to your practice. Include this Congress Condensed Session in your agenda.
More reference to the Guidelines and Guidelines implementation can be found throughout the programme:
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