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Level 1 certification will enable delegates to become conversant with the field of Cardiovascular Magnectic Resonance for application in general clinical management of cardiovascular patients.To obtain a certificate, delegates must attend at least 15 sessions of the 21 sessions listed in the track here.Delegates will be scanned at the entrance of each session. A certificate will be delivered by email after the congress.Get CMR Level 1 certified and register now here.
These 90 minutes long sessions allow for in-depth discussions on developments and advances in the various fields of acute cardiovascular care – these sessions are structured around four to five presentations by experts.
Daily practice-oriented sessions: speakers will give highly interactive and educational presentations to be followed by intense discussions on controversial issues.
To address topics directly with the experts, we are co-organising Joint Sessions with International, European and Local Associations. These sessions help to strengthen collaboration between EACVI and our partners in the field.
Come and hear the latest trials presented at EuroCMR2019 and discuss with experts what it means for your practice. Each presentation will be followed by experts' interventions to highlight the relevance of the data presented and provide clear take-home messages and to place the recent trials into perspective and measure the implications on clinical practice.
The sessions will present the most recent scientific discoveries in the CMR field. These abstracts represent the cuttung-edge knowledge in CMR.
Friday (all day) and Saturday (morning) in the Rapide Fire Room. Fast-paced and interactive oral presentations on research highlights, followed by discussions animated by two experts chairing the session!
Research in a poster format presented to an appointed moderator in front of an audience during the inter-session coffee breaks.
Presenters display their research highlights and interact with their peers during the coffee breaks.
This special session will present early career delegates to special opportunities that EACVI provide their HIT and Early Career Task Force programme.
A session dedicated to young cardiologists will be chaired by senior faculty members.Finalists will present their research in this oral session and a panel of experts will judge and determine the winners.
Grants & Prizes for the YIA finalists:
Your abstract(s) must be submitted under the option “Young Investigator Award”The first author/presenter must be under 38 years oldYour abstract must be accepted for presentation in the YIA Session at EuroCMR 2019
Our mission: To reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease
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