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Experts will take you through live demonstrations and hands-on training to learn and apply the latest methods and practice.
These 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.
Discussions with experts, around cases and latest research & publications, who will explain difficulties, pitfalls and limitations whilst putting the results in perspective.
Provide practical, informative material and have a great educational value. Sessions focused on demonstration of techniques and practices by experts.
Daily practice oriented sessions: speakers will give educational presentations to be followed by intense discussions on controversial issues.
Designed to support cardiologists in the implementation of the Guidelines in their daily practice
Scientists and clinicians are invited to submit their un-published research in the area of acute cardiovascular care with a focus on quality of care research, clinical outcomes research and translational research applied to the development of novel therapeutic, diagnostic and logistical strategies to improve patient care and long-term outcomes.
Learn more about the Research Prize
Research Prize 2019
A session dedicated to researchers 35 or below - presenting top research in the field.
Six finalists will present their abstracts before a panel of judges who will appoint a winner.
Young Investigator Awards 2019
The ideal platform to meet presenters, colleagues & peers in front of their research and discuss their findings; selected presenters are invited to discuss their abstract in front of an audience during dedicated breaks - they will be challenged by the moderators!
The poster area is always extremely well attended - Colleagues, peers and researchers from all continents have the opportunity to exchange knowledge and experience.
Our mission: To reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease.
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