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Prof J.K. Oh - Rochester, USA

Add to calendar01/12/20050:00 01/12/2005 Europe/Paris Prof J.K. Oh - Rochester, USA

"EuroEcho (...) summarised the current status and the direction of practice and research in Echocardiography"

"EuroEcho is important because it summarises the current status and the direction of practice and research in Echocardiography and other multi-modality imaging at the end of each year. EuroEcho is important because it brings friends and colleagues from all over the world with a similar clinical, research, and academic interest as mine focusing on the best care of the patients using echocardiography.  EuroEcho is important to me because it provides an opportunity to meet many of my fellows who have become leaders in Echocardiography in many different parts of the world. EuroEcho is important to the Science because the meeting introduces new technology to be explored, provides the medium to present the most current research data for discussion, and encourages young investigators to present to be mentored, critiqued, and rewarded for their work. EuroEcho has also been a role-model for the creation of the Asian-Pacific Association of Echocardiography (AAE) to promote the proper clinical utilisation and investigation of Echocardiography in the Asian-pacific region. Hopefully, the AAE can become like the EACVI in few years."

Lecture nominee at EuroEcho 2005 – Florence, Italy / Session: Echocardiography in systolic and diastolic heart failure: the single most useful test.

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Prof J.K. Oh - Rochester, USA

Summary

"EuroEcho (...) summarised the current status and the direction of practice and research in Echocardiography"

"EuroEcho is important because it summarises the current status and the direction of practice and research in Echocardiography and other multi-modality imaging at the end of each year. EuroEcho is important because it brings friends and colleagues from all over the world with a similar clinical, research, and academic interest as mine focusing on the best care of the patients using echocardiography.  EuroEcho is important to me because it provides an opportunity to meet many of my fellows who have become leaders in Echocardiography in many different parts of the world. EuroEcho is important to the Science because the meeting introduces new technology to be explored, provides the medium to present the most current research data for discussion, and encourages young investigators to present to be mentored, critiqued, and rewarded for their work. EuroEcho has also been a role-model for the creation of the Asian-Pacific Association of Echocardiography (AAE) to promote the proper clinical utilisation and investigation of Echocardiography in the Asian-pacific region. Hopefully, the AAE can become like the EACVI in few years."

Lecture nominee at EuroEcho 2005 – Florence, Italy / Session: Echocardiography in systolic and diastolic heart failure: the single most useful test.