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Home and access point for all EuroCMR congress resources:
EACVI members can access all slides and webcasts presented during the latest Congresses.
4–7 December 2019 Vienna, Austria
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.
Spotlight: The Cutting Edge of Cardiology.
Bringing the world of cardiology together.
The world's largest cardiovascular congress with over 500 expert sessions and 4,500 abstracts covering the latest clinical trials and breakthrough discoveries.
Digital Health is now the third-largest industry in the European health sector, after pharmaceuticals and medical devices. But where do the experts stand on digital health today and what are the opportunities and hurdles that lie ahead?
Introducing for the first time ever: All imaging techniques in One congress.
It is the essential, one and only event on cardiovascular imaging in 2020, gathering beginners and experts on all CVI techniques.
It is patient centric approcah and tackles the following theme:
''Getting ready for the future – from early diagnosis to patient management and outcomes''
Educational events endorsements
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, 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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