Major ESC Clinical Practice Guidelines will be presented during ESC Congress in Barcelona (26-30 Aug. 2017) Discover the many sessions and face-to-face exchanges.
The aim of these grants is to encourage and support the development of the professional careers towards the fight against cardiovascular disease.
Recognising that the current regulatory environment is likely to impact the direct sponsorship of clinicians and scientists to congresses, the ESC is offering 200 Congress Educational Grants for ESC Congress 2017 in Barcelona.
Submission is now closed - Results will be announced end of March.
Educational Grants are offered to healthcare professionals, clinicians and researchers who have limited access to funding or difficulties to obtain financial assistance in order to attend the Congress.
Successful applicants will receive € 850 as a contribution towards costs of travel and accommodation and will also benefit from a free congress registration and a one-year ESC Professional Membership.
All healthcare professionals in the Cardiovascular field who are ESC Professional Member / Member of ESC are eligible to apply, priority will be given to applicants who are first-author of research submitted to ESC Congress 2017 as well as individuals from low & middle income countries.
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There is no strict age limit, the applicant is required to complete all mandatory fields and upload a CV as well as a letter of recommendation/ reference from Head of Department/Hospital.
Please note that you can not apply for multiple congress related grants within the European Society of Cardiology grant offers.
Application is now closed.
Result notification sent to applicants: end of March 2017.
ESC Congress is a unique opportunity for learning, exchange and practice enhancements. Over 30 000 delegates meet every year and make it the must attend event in Cardiology in the world.
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