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Call for abstracts

EHRA Congress

The call for abstracts is now closed.

Results will be announced end of November, an email will be sent to each submitter. 

Key dates

  • End of November 2019 - Abstract results will be announced

Preparing your submission

All abstract presenters must be registered at the congress.

Benefits of presenting at EHRA

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 will be published on:

  • The online supplement of the EP Europace Journal
  • The Scientific Programme & Planner
  • The ESC Congresses App - EHRA Congress

Receive feedback & network with peers

  • Reach a greater audience
  • Find mentors to guide you in your research
  • Be exposed to constructive critique

Congress Grants for abstract presenters

  • 25 Grants will be available to young abstract presenters worth a registration fee and €240 travel expenses (transferred after the congress)
  • Grant winners will be selected and notified in January
  • Application will open early November 

Choose your submission option

Young Investigator Awards Abstracts

Selected for the outstanding quality of their work, Young Investigators will be competing in each session and present their original research in front of a jury. The awards will be focused on Basic Science and Clinical Science.

All finalists of the YIA competitions will be offered a free registration to help them come to EHRA 2020
First prize winners will receive a 1000€ prize
Runner-up positions (2nd & 3rd) will receive a 250€ prize

(The option "Young Investigator Award" must be selected during abstract submission.

  • Young Investigator Award sessions are applicable to 38 years and under or under 40 years old if you are still in training (proof of your institution will be required) 


The research will be presented in the poster session entitled “Best Abstracts”. The abstracts with the highest grades will be featured in a day session.

Best oral "e-cardiology award” session

Best abstracts selected from the submissions received within the topic e-cardiology will be presented during this session. 

All finalists will be offered a free registration to help them come to EHRA 2020

  • First prize winners will receive a €1 000 prize
  • Runner-up positions (2nd & 3rd) will receive a €250 prize

These prizes are supported by the Working Group on e-Cardiology.

Rapid Fire - Oral abstract session

Fast paced and providing plenty of exchange between the audience and the presenter - this session comprises of presentations of the top 10 graded abstracts. Discussions will be led by experts chairing the session.

eModerated Poster sessions

Moderated Posters will be presented as e-Posters on a plasma screen. Each session is moderated by two chairpersons who will animate the discussions.

The ideal platform to meet presenters, colleagues and peers in front of their research and discuss their findings. Presenters will discuss the content of their science in front of chairperson and an appreciative audience during the coffee break.

Young EP Poster session

The area dedicated to the Young EP. These posters will be visited during the lunch break by discussants from the EP young committee in order to raise the profile of these posters, to stimulate informed discussion and to motivate scientific exchange amongst the young community.

Poster Sessions

Research is presented as a Poster - on display for a full day - to allow sufficient viewing time and interaction opportunities in this very dynamic and person to person format.  The place to meet colleagues and peers and specifically address issues related to your daily practice/field of interest/research. The poster area is always given a central place in the congress centre to enhance the visibility of research presented.