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About the congress

EACVI 2023, Barcelona, from 10 to 12 May


The first patient-focused and unified multi-modality congress 

The first patient-focused and unified multi-modality congress 

The new EACVI 2023, onsite in Barcelona, will be the flagship congress on cardiovascular imaging, bringing together beginners and experts of all CVI techniques: echocardiography, cardiovascular magnetic resonance, nuclear cardiology and cardiac computed tomography.

 

The main theme of the congress is: ‘Be at the heart of multi-modality imaging.’

Ask-Question-Man-EACVI-1500x1000.pngThe event will be an exciting opportunity for all attendees to experience the cutting-edge of imaging and learn about the very latest, and upcoming, technologies. As an attendee you will be able to build bridges with other modality experts, deepen your knowledge of your own technique, and broaden your comprehension of multimodality imaging.

 

 

 

 

Session-Agora-EACVI-1500x1000.pngA multi-modality patient-centered track will be the focus of this congress. After EACVI 2023, you will have a better understanding of how information from different techniques can be combined to provide a more comprehensive picture. We are getting ready for the future – the future of the EACVI but also the improved future of our patients – and will map out how multi-modality imaging can be used from early diagnosis to patient management and outcomes.

 

 

 

Smiling-2-Session-EACVI-1500x1000.pngDuring EACVI 2023, there will be sessions on multimodality guidelines and practical discussions on how to set up multi-modalities within imaging departments and hospitals. For each technique, there will be advanced sessions to expand your experience on modalities you are less familiar with. If you would like to take the first step in learning a new modality before attending the congress, the EACVI will offer level 1 certification from September, online and all year long. This certification will cover the basic knowledge in each imaging modality.

 

 

Group-Smiling-EACVI-1500x1000.pngThe Scientific Programme is being developed to appeal to junior imagers, experts, and everyone in between. By attending EACVI 2023 in Barcelona, you will also benefit from a fantastic networking experience with your peers. Get ready to learn and bring back home more knowledge, better skills and a recharged enthusiasm. Save the dates – 10-12 May 2023.

 

 

 

 

We look forward to welcoming you in person in Barcelona to this pioneering event on all cardiovascular imaging: EACVI 2023!

Professor Bernard Cosyns, EACVI President 2020–2022

Professor Steffen E. Petersen, EACVI President-Elect 2022–2024, Scientific Programme Committee Chair

Scientific Programme Committee

Prof. Steffen E. Petersen - Scientific Programme Committee Chair & EACVI President 2022-2024   
Dr. Mark Westwood - Director of EACVI 2023 Strategy
Prof. Erwan Donal - Director of Scientific Content and Global Outreach   
Dr. Denisa Muraru - Echo Co-Chair   
Prof. Robin Nijveldt - CMR Co-Chair   
Dr. Gianluca Pontone - Nuclear C & CCT Co-Chair  
Prof. Giovanni Di Salvo - CHD representative

Scientific Programme Advisors

Prof. Bernard Cosyns
Prof. Thor Edvardsen
Prof. Leyla Elif Sade
Prof. Bernhard Gerber
Associate Prof. Pal Maurovich-Horvat
Prof. Mark Dweck

Continuing Medical Education (CME) Credits

EACVI 2023 will be submitted to the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME®) for CME Credits.

Be at the heart of multi-modality imaging

Network with international experts, deepen your knowledge of your own technique, and broaden your comprehension of multimodality imaging.

Be at the heart of multi-modality imaging