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The ESC will hold a public awareness event during the congress in Paris this August.
This section is dedicated to providing you with information to prepare your congress attendance.
Take a quick tour of the congress venue
Locate your hotel and the congress venue.
Select the most convenient route to Paris Expo Porte de Versailles :
Paris Expo Porte de Versailles
1 place de la Porte de Versailles
75015 Paris, FR
Map with hotels' location: https://esc2019.digiteam.info/
Use public transport.
The ESC recommends using public transport wherever possible.
Free ESC shuttle buses will run from the 2 main airports (Orly and Charles-De-Gaulle) and the Congress venue. See the schedule and locations
Public transport tickets - A set of 10 t+ tickets at a cost of €14,90 (including VAT) can be purchased when registering online or at the congress venue at the Transport tickets sale desks, located in the Registration Hall in zone 7, from Friday 30 August 2019 onwards.
The pre-ordered tickets are to be picked up at when collecting your congress bag.
The Set of tickets can be used in the metro, the RER in zone 1, the Île-de-France region’s bus lines (except Orlybus and Roissybus), the tramways, and the Montmartre funicular.
More on transport
Don't forget to bring your badge or voucher.
If you are FESC or ESC Professional Member and have pre-registered before 30 June:Your registration pack including your congress badge is sent to you by post. Your badge gives you fast track access to Congress, without stopping at a registration desk. You can then collect your congress bag at any time that suits you.
Where to go in the Registration Area
Registration Help Desks located in Zone 6 are available to assist you with all other cases or requests.
Map of the registration area coming soon
Personalise your programme.
Choose those sessions that will most benefit you, your team, and your organisation. Select the tools that works best for you:
Get familiar with the congress venue and on-site facilities.
Left Luggage and Cloakroom facilities Located in the Registration Area. Friday 30 August from 08:00 to 19:00. Saturday 31 August to Tuesday 3 September from 07:00 to 20:00 and Wednesday 4 September from 07:00 to 13:30. Items cost between €2 and €4.
Wi-Fi network accessible through: Name: esc-congress / Password: esc-congress
Medical Care: Participants in need of medical attention should go to the First Aid Station which is located Hall 7 - Level 1. Phone +00 33 1 57 25 20 01.
See more information on Cash dispenser, Charging Station, ESC Shop, Prayer Room, Child Care Service, Information Points, City info, …
Come and exchange with our industry partners - Opening Hours: 10:00 - 17:00 from Saturday, 31 August to Tuesday, 3 September included.
Don't miss the Digital Health Area on Level 1.
If you have an outstanding project that needs funding, then this is the place for you!
The ESC has brought together institutions and companies to help you - innovators in cardiovascular medicine - find financial support. See more details.
New this year: lecture rooms for professional development in which delegates can learn and discuss how to complement their clinical competencies with other skills and knowledge required in today’s cardiology. The sessions will focus on a range of important professional development dimensions clustered around four thematic areas: How to make the most of CVD research opportunities. How to purse equity in cardiology for the benefit of patients. How to assure innovative technologies in cardiology are safe and ethical. How to advance your career with new skills in a fast-changing environment.
This is also the place where WHF will organise the Meet & Share Forum and sessions. An opportunity for foundations and associations to share insights, experiences and strategies. See more on the Meet & Share Forum on the WHF web pages.
Share the memories of advances that have been made in cardiovascular care over the years.
Visit the History of Cardiology stand P05. It’s a unique opportunity for everyone to express their interest and exchange with Dr. Jean-Jacques Monsuez (Sevran, France), who is behind this valuable initiative supported by the ESC.
Organised in partnership with the European Resuscitation Council (ERC).Learn about the current CPR guidelines and meet ERC-qualified instructors.
The stand and course rooms are located in ESC Plaza (in front of the ESC Stand).ESC and ERC offer delegates refresher workshops on CPR-AED and advanced CPR skills, free of charge. The content is based on in-hospital scenarios and the latest ERC guidelines. ERC will send a certificate of attendance after the congress.Register from 9:00-18:00. Limited number of seats. Please check in five minutes before start of session.
CPR-AED Refresher WorkshopSaturday, 31 August: 13:30 - 15:00Sunday, 1 September to Tuesday 3 September: 8:30 - 10:00 and 14:15 - 15:45
Advanced CPR Skills WorkshopSaturday, 31 August: 15:30 - 17:00Sunday, 1 September to Tuesday, 3 September: 11:00 - 12:30 and 16:15 - 17:45
Meet your society and exchange with colleagues from all over the world.
Located nearby the Global Exchange Lecture Room, Stand P03.Learn about World Heart Federation (WHF) programmes and events, including World Heart Day, the Emerging Leaders Programme and the WHF Global Roadmaps.
Stop by the WHF-NCD Café: an opportunity for open discussion on key topics in the field of noncommunicable diseases (NCD) and global health, as well as a space for networking and collaboration.The café, organised by the World Heart Federation and NCD Alliance, will be split into four sessions: putting people living with NCDs at the centre of universal health coverage (UHC); air pollution; rheumatic heart disease and; the role of healthcare professionals in strengthening health systems and combating NCDs. See more on the WHF web pages.
Hear summaries and informed discussions of the hottest science from the congress.Stop by or watch online.
Follow us throughout ESC Congress. Teams of cardiologists will be covering Hot Lines, guidelines, and everything in between.Be part of the conversation on Twitter and Facebook, Instagram and Youtube.And don’t forget to mark #ESCCongress feed.
Our mission: To reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease.
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