Organised in collaboration with the European Society of Cardiology Working Group on Cardiovascular Pharmacology and Drug Therapy, the Global CVCT Forum is a meeting specifically and totally dedicated to the discussion of clinical trials in cardiovascular disease.
The Global CVCT Forum is attended by experts principally engaged in cardiovascular clinical trials. Participants are among the group of major international thought leaders and come from various primary job functions in primary care, pharmaceutical industry, pharmaceutical regulatory bodies, and publishing houses from around the world (US, Canada, Asia, Europe, and Japan).
Outstanding faculty members are committed to producing relevant data from controlled clinical trials that contribute to better clinical care and discussing issues relevant to dentifying relevant information, how to do better clinical trials, how to satisfy regulatory authorities and, most importantly,how to improve cardiovascular health care.
CVCT meetings are primarily oriented toward discussion among persons as opposed to ecturing to a broad audience. Thought process counts, communication is the important agenda, as opposed to dictating doctrine. The format of the meeting is set to fulfil these aims. Beyond plenary sessions the meeting is structured with a variety of small nteractive brainstorming workshops, expert discussion, how-to-sessions and consensus building workshops.
The discussion takes place with a selected audience of opinion leaders, clinical trialists, pharmaceutical industry partners, regulators, investigators and cardiologists.
We do hope that you will share with us the excitement of this unique learning experience and we are very happy to welcoming you in Cannes.
Prof. Faiez Zannad (Vice-Chairman of the WG) and Prof. Bertram Pitt
Catherine VILLEMAIN or Stéphanie GROJEAN
CIC - INSERM
CHU de Nancy
Hôpital Jeanne d'Arc
54201 Toul cedex - France
Ph:+33 (0)3 83 65 66 25
Fax:+33 (0)3 83 65 66 19
Our mission: To reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease
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