We are delighted to invite Cardiologists, Radiologists, radiographers, imaging scientists, MRI physicists, computer scientists, engineers, industry and other interested groups to join EuroCMR 2019 in Venice, Italy. The EuroCMR meeting is the annual meeting on CMR of the European Association of Cardiovascular Imaging (EACVI), which has developed over the last few years into the largest European CMR conference with over 1000 participants in Prague in 2017.
Our conference theme of EuroCMR 2019 is “Extending the clinical value of CMR through quality and evidence”. Throughout the programme, we will focus on the existing and emerging evidence behind the established and potential clinical indications of CMR and will highlight how high-quality research and clinical service provision can make a difference to patients and populations. In times of very limited resources available to finance health care, we will also discuss health economics relevant to cardiac imaging in a multi-modality context. We want this to be your conference. We will invite all members of the EACVI to actively contribute to EuroCMR 2019 by responding to our call for session proposals and we look forward to providing an international platform for you to present your research abstracts. We are confident that our programme will provide you with what you are looking for: networking with like-minded colleagues, learning from the experts about important disease-focussed cardiac imaging topics, being updated on the latest and impactful CMR research, revising for the European CMR exam, finding out about latest developments from our commercial sponsors or simply enjoying the always entertaining now traditional World Cup.
For the first time, EuroCMR will be in Venice: we cannot imagine a better place to host this conference. Importantly, Italy is in the top three in terms of membership in the CMR section of EACVI. Venice is easily accessible nationally and internationally with sufficient affordable accommodation near the excellent conference venue which promises to create a vibrant atmosphere for this exchange of science and knowledge.
On behalf of EACVI and the organising committee, we look forward to welcoming you to Venice 2 to 4 May 2019.
EuroCMR will be submitted to the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME) for accreditation.
The EACCME is an institution of the European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS), www.uems.net.
Attendance certificates for participants will be provided on-site upon request, in the Registration Area.
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