Mark your calendar with key dates
- Tuesday, 24 October 2023 - Opening clinical cases submissions
- Thursday, 11 January 2024 – 12:00 (noon) CET – Clinical Cases submission deadline
- February 2024 – Clinical Case results announcement online. An email will also be sent to each submitter
Prepare your submission
Your clinical case must be clear, educational, practical, and real.
The purpose of a clinical case presentation is to communicate diagnostic reasoning in the light of the current ESC Clinical Practice Guidelines providing a clear description of the patient’s condition and further management options based on these guidelines.
Your case needs to be educational and not necessarily rare or unusual.
- The Clinical Cases submission submission rules and guidelines
- The Clinical Cases submission topic List
Selected clinical cases will be assigned to different presentation formats.
Each session will be built to give the maximum visibility to the work and the opportunity for exchange and interactions with peers and key opinion leaders.
Clinical Case Award
The best cases will be presented in this Award session which will be held onsite and chaired by senior faculty members. Finalists are asked to summarise their case and explain how they managed the patient. Each presentation will be followed by a Questions & Answers period led by a panel of experts who will judge the presentations and determine the winners and runners-up.
Finalists are required to present their research onsite in Lisbon.
- Submit in this category to benefit from:
- Free registration for Heart Failure 2024
- Prizes: First Prize Winner (€1,000) and two Runners-Up (€250)
Cases will be selected and assigned by the Scientific Programme Committee. Cases not selected for this session will be automatically considered for other presentation formats.
Clinical Case Sessions
Presenting your clinical case at Heart Failure 2024 will allow you to give your work a worldwide long-term exposure and multinational connections with all subspeciality professionals.
Clinical cases will be presented in highly interactive and educational sessions featured in the dedicated Clinical Case Corner.
Clinicians will present their cases to two experts in the topic who will moderate the session, facilitate interaction with the audience, prompt discussions, challenge the presenters and the audience.
Selected Presenters are required to present their research onsite in Lisbon.