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EAPCI Fellows Course 2015 - Report

EAPCI Fellows Course 2015 - Report 

The EAPCI Fellows Course 2015 was held on June 19 and 20 at the European Heart House in Sophia Antipolis, Nice. The Course was promoted by EAPCI and organized by the EAPCI New Initiatives for Young Interventionalists (NIFYI) Committee chaired by Davide Capodanno (Italy) and co-chaired by Maria Radu (Denmark), with the important conception and design contribution of the NIFYI Education Task Force members Salvatore Brugaletta and Gabor Toth. A restricted number of fellows from all over the world have attended a 2-day of state of the art lectures and case-based discussion featuring internationally renowned speakers, including Emanuele Barbato, Andreas Baumbach, Javier Escaned, Adnan Kastrati, Julinda Mehilli, Manel Sabate, Goran Stankovic, Holger Thiele, and Stephan Windecker. The EAPCI Fellows Course is designed to aid the continued development of medical doctors who have started or have recently completed a programme of training in interventional cardiology.

Read below feedbacks and opinions of fellows who have attended the 2015 edition from the Young Community LinkedIn:

“Thank you for a concise, yet thorough coverage of all that is relevant today in interventional cardiology. The Young EAPCI committee did a great job!”

“Great meeting! I am extremely grateful for this experience and in attending the conference. I did not only learn more about the field but shared experiences with colleagues and top scientists from all over the world.”
Thank you to EAPCI and all organizers for this interesting and comprehensive course. I really appreciated the panel of experts running the course and the possibility to interact and discuss with several colleagues. I would suggest it to all young fellows for the next year.