The scientific and educational programme is now available.
The Congress main theme this year is" Evidence based cardiovascular prevention, a lifelong endeavour".
The strength of the congress is found within the scientific & educational programme, the esteemed faculty members and the high quality abstracts presented by attendees over a three day period. EuroPrevent is a distinctive meeting because the Congress Programme Committee ensures that the content covers topics for allied health professions, general practitioners, policy makers, scientists and young researchers.
The following session types are organised by the Congress Programme Committee:
Allows for in-depth discussions on developments and advances in the various fields of Prevention and structured around three to four presentations.
Presenting educational sessions in sequence focusing on a specific topic.
Provides practical information and has great educational value - a session devoted to the demonstration by experts of their practical approach to specific procedures.
Clinical sessions bringing you the knowledge you expect in the most interactive and practical manner. These patient-oriented, case-based sessions are lead by experts and linked towards patient management covering practical and technical aspects of the topics proposed.
Speakers will give educational presentations to be followed by intense discussions. This session format provides a lively yet balanced discussion on controversial issues.
These sessions are based on original scientific contributions chosen after our call for abstracts. A unique opportunity for all to actively participate in the scientific programme.
A competition designed for abstract presenters 35 years old or under.Finalists will receive free registration to come to Ljubljana to present their research. They will be judged by a panel of experts who will determine a winner (€500 prize). The European Association of Preventive Cardiology (EAPC) puts great emphasis on presentations of young investigators, as they are the future of the field and to support young PHD's, peers and researchers from all continents.
Fast paced and providing plenty of exchange between the audience and the presenter. Two sessions comprised of 10 abstract presentations. Discussions will be led by experts chairing the session. Presenters will summarise their research in 5 slides and interact with the audience on the key messages.
Research in a poster format, presented to an appointed moderator in front of an audience during the inter-session coffee breaks. Presenters are in competition for the "Best Moderated Poster" to win €200 prize. The audience is welcome to join in the discussion.
Posters consist of a visual display of the research in the form of a poster - Posters will be visited by dedicated senior scientists during the coffee breaks.
Poster sessions are a very popular platform where our community truly comes together to network and exchange.
Our mission: To reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease
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