This year again, the EAPCI Web & Communication Committee chaired by Dr Andreas Baumbach highlighted from the scientific programme all the interesting sessions in the field of interventional cardiology :
This list of pre-selected sessions will help you start planning your congress! Please note that this is not an exhaustive list of all interventional cardiology sessions.
The General Assembly for the European Association of Percutaneous Cardiovascular Interventions will take place on Monday 30 August from 15:30 to 16:30 (Room 4 - ESC Central, Zone K, First floor). All EAPCI members are encouraged to attend.
This will be the occasion for EAPCI to report on recent activities and new intiatives:
Submit your questions beforehand here. Please note any questions not answered during the EAPCI General Assembly will be replied to via e-mail.
The EAPCI General Assembly will be followed by the Stent for Life Declaration Signature from 16:30 - 18:00 in the same location. New countries will be officially invited to join the Stent for Life Initiative and countries currently involved will present their plans and achievements.
Access the full list of the sessions on the scientific programme of the congress.
The EAPCI/EuroPCR in collaboration with Eucomed and the ESC Working Group on Acute Cardiac Care launched a new intitiative at EuroPCR 2009: Stent for Life.
Join us at the Stent for Life Declaration signature ceremony
The Stent for Life Initiative (SFL) will celebrate its first year anniversary at ESC 2010 Congress in Stockholm. The ceremony will take place as a continuation of the EAPCI General Assembly on Monday 30 August, 16:30 - 18:00. Meet the SFL family members to learn about Initiatives’ first year achievements
Come and visit us on the ESC Stands (Zones B & C) to find out more on the EAPCI activities and in particular Training and Education activities including training and research grants In addition, pick your copy of EuroIntervention Journal
Join us on the ESC membership Stand (Zone A) to :
Find out more on ESC Congress 2010 here
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