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Home and access point for all EuroCMR congress resources:
EACVI Silver Members can access all slides and webcasts presented during the latest congresses.
Call for candidates
2-4 May 2019
Consult resources from ICNC 2017
EuroEcho-Imaging, EuroCMR and ICNC are the EACVI’s annual congresses and represent the largest European meetings on cardiovascular imaging.
Recognised for their heavyweight scientific content and quality presentations, they have experienced a continuous growth in attendance and record-breaking abstract submissions.
This is expected to be the largest online gathering of cardiovascular professionals the world has ever seen. ESC Congress, once again, will be a celebration of discovery; a celebration of science.
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As many countries slowly begin lifting the restrictions imposed to control the coronavirus, we are looking ahead to an extraordinary event in cardiovascular imaging, EACVI 2020 will showcase – for the first time – all imaging modalities in ONE unique congress.
It is patient centric approach and will cover: ''Getting ready for the future – from early diagnosis to patient management and outcomes''
This conference has been a key scientific event for more than 20 years. It provides the opportunity for clinicians and scientists from all over the world to gather and learn about new advances and to exchange scientific ideas and experiences in a distinctive environment.
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The world’s largest conference in cardiovascular medicine with a strong global reputation for providing the latest research findings and interpretations, in-depth science, and solid education.
Courses organised by the EACVI and other ESC communities are held in the European Heart House, throughout Europe, and around the world.
Watch live webinars and interact with experts. Answer live MCQs and gain CME Credits. Video on demand for all past webinars.
Our mission: To reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease.
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