(You will be asked to log in to My ESC)Submission deadline is Friday 12 January 2018, 23:59 CET (Central European Time)
Thursday 02 November 2017: opening of the online abstract submission services
Friday 12 January 2018: abstract submission deadline
End of February: abstract results announcement
Coordinated by the Heart failure specialists Of Tomorrow (HOT), the sessions will open the discussion on clinical case management.
The best four cases are presented in this session in the Agora. In 15 minutes, the finalists are asked to summarise their case and explain how they managed the patient.
Finalists of the Clinical Case Awards session will benefit from:
Your case must be accepted at Heart Failure 2018 in the Clinical Case Awards sessionYou must be the presenter of your caseCases will be selected and assigned by the Scientific Programme Committee. Cases not selected for this session will be automatically considered for other oral presentation in the other Clinical Case sessions or poster presentation in the Clinical Case Corner
Also held in the Agora, two sessions showcase the most challenging cases submitted around the same topic.
Selected presenters will display their cases in this dedicated zone of the Poster Area and defend their case in front of their moderator and the audience during the coffee breaks.
Accepted cases will be published in the abstract supplement of the European Journal of Heart Failure
Dr Ewa Jankowksa, coordinator of the programme was interviewed for Heart Failure 2016 Congress News: “These Clinical Cases are special”, she explains. “They are unique; often it concerns difficult cases which usually expand beyond the guidelines. Unexpected events and no standard treatment guarantee that this is exciting and very educational material.”
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