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About the ESC Digital Summit 2021

22 October - 24 October



Welcome Address from Prof. Martin Cowie, ESC Digital Health Committee Chair

The Virtual Digital Summit is a “must attend” if you are interested in how cardiology is modernising to face the challenges of a post-pandemic world – where the expertise comes to the patient rather than the other way round. 

From Artificial Intelligence to Robotics, to Big Data, and Apps and wearables – all of these topics (and more) will be covered.

The summit will be a combination of short talks, symposia, discussion panels, and technology demonstrations, and you will have access to world leaders in the field of Digital Health. Come and ask your questions, challenge the experts, or state your opinions!

Designed for not only the digital enthusiasts but also those who are not experts but are interested in the topic and want to learn more – please register to attend. You won’t be disappointed!


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Prof. Martin Cowie,
FESC, Digital Health Committee Chair

 

On behalf of the ESC Digital Health Committee members

 


EHJ - Digital Health

The European Heart Journal Digital Health (EHJDH) is the official digital health journal of the European Society of Cardiology.

It covers the whole sphere of cardiovascular medicine, from all perspectives of digital health.

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