These 90 minutes long sessions allow for in-depth discussions on developments and advances in the various fields of acute cardiovascular care – these sessions are structured around four to five presentations by experts.
Daily practice-oriented sessions: speakers will give highly interactive and educational presentations to be followed by intense discussions on controversial issues.
Provide practical, informative material and have a great educational value. Sessions focused on demonstration of techniques and practices by experts.
To address topics directly with the experts, we are co-organising Joint Sessions with International, European and Local Associations. These sessions help to strengthen collaboration between EACVI and our partners in the field.
Sharing challenging clinical cases to learn and exchange!Every day in the Agora
-The research in Imaging in the world - EuroEcho Imaging Lecture:
The young investigator awardees 2017 from US (American Society of Echocardiography-ASE), Japan (Japanese Society of Echocardiography-JSE), Asia (Asian Pacific Association of Echocardiography-AAE) and KSE (Korean Society of Echocardiography)will present their winning research.
Thursday and Friday all day in the Agora
Fast-paced and interactive oral presentations on research highlights, followed by discussions animated by two experts chairing the session!
Presenters will highlight key points of their research and answer questions from two moderators in front
of an audience during official coffee breaks.
Presenters display their research highlights and interact with their peers during breaks.
Come and visit the special area designed for our young researchers!Every day in the Poster Area- poster viewing during Lunch Breaks
Saturday 9 December, 11.00-12.30
CVI experts specialists will present the key findings of the congress on their topic of expertise. Attend this session to get the overview and take home messages from this year’s congress.
Our mission: To reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease
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