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Apply now for accreditation to access ESC Congress 2020 embargoed press material
Fill out the accreditation form online. The ESC Press Office will examine your credentials and grant press accreditation for two years, if your request is accepted.
Please note that once accredited as press, you still need to register for each ESC event before the registration deadline.
It allows you to attend ESC events, to access the exclusive press web page (ESC Congress only) and all available embargoed press material (press releases, abstracts, full papers, slides…), as well as reach ESC experts for interviews, and much more!
First you need to sign in to your My ESC account. If you don't already have one, Create a My ESC account.
Then fill in this online form to apply for press accreditation: Fill in the form
Please note that the ESC Press Office will verify your documents before confirming your accreditation by email.
Registration for ESC Congress 2020 – The Digital Experience is complimentary and available here.
Access to Hot Line sessions, presentations and abstracts will require prior registration.
Embargoed press material will be available to accredited press on the exclusive for press webpage.
Please note that to access all useful resources on the ESC website (scientific content, press materials, videos, presentations, slides), you need to have a My ESC account.
Any media outlet or press representative wishing to attend an ESC event and/or to obtain official press releases from the ESC Press Office must commit to respecting any and all embargoes set by the ESC.
Press representatives who receive embargoed material from the ESC understand that it is for their individual use and that they will not distribute the embargoed information prior to the release deadline.
Anyone who violates any aspect of the ESC Media and Embargo Policy will be penalised.
The penalty may be immediate revocation of press credentials, ejection from the ESC event and a denial of access to all ESC events for a year or more. See point D of the Media and Embargo Policy for more details.
For more information, please contact the ESC Press Office.
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