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case submission is now closed. Results will be announced early May.
ESC Congress Programme Committee, Cardiologists of Tomorrow (CoT) nucleus and Clinical Case Task Force would like to thank all submitters who have
contributed to the ESC CONGRESS 2019 “Call for Clinical Cases”.
Early May 2019 - Clinical Case Results announcement. An email will be sent to each submitter
24 May 2019 - Deadline to confirm presentation and submit agreement form
31 May 2019 - Early fee registration deadline - All case presenters must register for the Congress
For Presenters aged 35 years old and under ONLY
The four best cases will be selected. Presenters will be in competition and their presentation evaluated on the following criteria: originality, scientific content, presentation, answers to questions.
The ESC will grant the winner with a prize of €2,000 and finalists will each receive a prize of €1,000.
Results will be announced at the Awards Ceremony.
The four finalist cases will be published in the European Heart Journal - Case Reports.
Highly interactive and educational sessions dedicated to the presentation of cases selected.
Clinicians will present their cases and experts will moderate the session, facilitate interaction with the audience, prompt discussions, challenge the presenters and the audience.
Over 32,000 healthcare professionals from 150 countries meet every year and make ESC Congress a must-attend event, highly recommended by the cardiovascular international community.
Register early to benefit from a special registration fee and access a unique scientific and educational programme with additional networking opportunities as Professional Members.
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Special registration fees for clinical cases presenters aged 35 or under starting at €195.
Become an ESC Professional Member to benefit from discounted registration fees, additional networking opportunities during the Congress and many advantages all year long.
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