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Call for Clinical Cases

ESC Preventive Cardiology 2024, Athens, 25-27 April

Turn your experience into recognition

Now is the time to share your most educational cases.

- Receive feedback from international leaders in the field

- Make useful connections for future projects

- Improve your practice and advance your career


Turn your experience into recognition

Do you have a great clinical case that you want to share?

This is your chance to submit it and present it during ESC Preventive Cardiology 2024 

The submission deadline is Thursday 14 December 2023 – 12:00 (noon) CET


You will be redirected to the dedicated online clinical case submission platform

Mark your calendar with key dates

  • Thursday, 12 October 2024 - Opening clinical cases submissions
  • Thursday, 14 December 2024 – 12:00 (noon) CET – Clinical cases submission deadline
  • End of January 2024 – Clinical cases 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.

Please consult: 

Presentation formats

Selected clinical cases will be assigned to dedicated sessions.

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.

Any questions?

Never hesitate to ask. We're here to help you.

Contact the Scientific Programme department at