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Call for science

We would like to thank all submitters who have contributed to the EuroPrevent 2017 Abstract Programme

Congratulations to the winners of the Young Investigator Awards

dwiputra-bambang-2017.jpgBambang Dwiputra - Exercise, Basic & Translational Research

Resistance training decreases PCSK9 levels in patients who undergo phase II cardiac rehabilitation after coronary artery bypass grafting: a randomized study


sanz-maria-2017.jpgMaria Sanz - Sports Cardiology

Pulmonary transit of agitated saline is related to improved cardiac performance during exercise in highly-trained endurance athletes


zhao-min-2017.jpgMin Zhao - Prevention, Epidemiology & Population Science

Sex differences in risk factor control and management for secondary prevention of coronary heart disease across three regions: an analysis from SURF data


brouwers-rutger-2017.jpgRutger Brouwers - Cardiac Rahabilitation

A retrospective analysis of factors influencing the uptake of cardiac telerehabilitation in patients with coronary artery disease.


Benefits of presenting at EuroPrevent

Boost your career

Present in front of the Key Opinion Leaders in the field!

Increase your knowledge in your area of study

Gain experience

Be acknowledged as an active contributor in your community

Be published & visible

All accepted abstracts are published on:

The online supplement of the European Heart Journal – European Journal of Preventive Cardiology

The Scientific Programme & Planner

The EuroPrevent congress Mobile App

Receive feedback & network with peers

Reach a greater audience

Find mentors to guide you in your research

Be exposed to constructive critique

Abstract-based Programme

Selected abstract will be assigned to different presentation formats - Each session is constructed to give the research the maximum of visibility and opportunity for exchange and interactions with colleagues / peers as well as key opinion leaders and distinguished members of our faculty.

Young Investigator Award Sessions (YIA)

Sessions dedicated to Young Investigators Award will be chaired by senior faculty members.
Finalists will present their research in oral YIA sessions, moderated by two chairpersons and a panel of experts to judge the presentations and determine the winners.


Your abstract(s) must be submitted under the option “Young Investigator Award”

The first author/presenter must be 35 years old or less at the time of the congress -  birthday cut-off date 09 April 1981

Your abstract must be accepted for presentation in the YIA Session at EuroPRevent 2017 congress.

Featured sessions

Some abstracts will be integrated in pre-arranged scientific content. A way to combine expert presentation and recent research on the topic. A perfect combination of original contribution and lectures.

Rapid Fire sessions

Fast paced and interactive oral presentations on research highlights, followed by discussions animated by two experts shairing the session.

Moderated poster session

Session dedicated to fast-pace and interactive presentation on key research findings.

Chaired by Two Experts in the topic, the presenters have 3 minutes each to outline their research and will be interacting with the chairpersons & audience for a further 2 minutes Question & Answer time

Poster session

Visual display of your research with dedicated viewing times at specific breaks.

Meet and exchange on your study with colleagues, peers and Key Opinion Leaders from EuroPrevent 2017 Faculty who will be visiting posters