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Every year, the Working Group organises a scientific meeting dedicated to haemostasis and thrombosis issues.
The meeting features lectures and symposia ranging from pre-clinical research to clinical trials.
Basic scientists and clinical specialists are warmly invited to contribute to the scientific success of the meeting. Young are also encouraged to participate with oral presentations and poster sessions with opportunities to receive poster awards and travel grants.
Exceptionally, next Eurothrombosis meeting will be in 2018.
Every two years, the Working Group organises an ETP Course to extensively and critically address the unmet need in the field.
The course is designed for young cardiologists from all over Europe, including clinical cardiologists, interventional cardiologists and electrophysiologists dealing with atrial fibrillation. Top top-level experts interact with the audience for 2.5 days.
A rich training program featuring four main areas addressed from both Working Groups’ perspective:
1. Interactions between endothelium and primary/secondary haemostasis;
2. Antithrombotic in special populations (including diabetes, obesity, elderly and frailty, pregnancy);
3. Combined antithrombotic strategies in Atherothrombotic diseases (stable versus unstable, AF, PAD, short and long term);
4. Treatment and secondary prevention of Venous thromboembolism (in the general population and in cancer patients).
Organised by the Council on Basic Science: Inspire a new generation of basic cardiovascular science leaders taken from among the most gifted science and medical graduates - Provide opportunities to meet face-to-face role models from an expert faculty of successful cardiovascular scientists.
Organised by the Council on Basic Science, this biennial event aims to inspire a new generation of basic cardiovascular science leaders taken from among the most gifted science and medical graduates.
Our mission: To reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease
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