Abstract submission is now open for #ESCCongress. Reach new heights with your research and be part of the global conversation to shape the future of cardiovascular medicine at the world’s leading cardiology congress.
Submit your abstract by 1 March to place your science, your team, and your institution centre stage.
We are delighted to announce that abstract submission and registration for ESC Congress 2024 are now open!
Your journey to the heart of cardiology starts today and we invite you to join your community in the diverse city of London from 30 August to 2 September 2024 to celebrate advancements in cardiovascular medicine.
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Digital health, including artificial intelligence, should make life easier for you and your patients. But we all have questions...
Watch these ESC Congress presentations to learn about some of the current and future applications of these technologies so you can expand your knowledge and improve patient care.
ESC Congress 2023 is fast approaching, and your contribution is key. Your cardiac society’s presence and contribution in the Global Community Area, whether it be a stand or a session, is important to us. We are looking forward to the enthusiasm and cooperation that are important parts of this area.
Are you ready to feel the energy of ESC Congress 2023?
We’re excited to share the first release of this year’s scientific programme, including the NEW ESC Clinical Practice Guidelines sessions.
Discover the latest and greatest advances in your field, during educational sessions delivered by your peers and cardiology heroes.
Valvular diseases are a leading cause of morbidity and mortality around the world. The ultimate reparative therapy for almost all clinically significant valvular diseases is interventional, however, less attention is given to patients whose VHD is not considered severe enough for intervention.
At the ESC, we understand that our members need more from us than the latest science.
That’s why we work hard to provide our Professional Members with an exciting range of support for their professional development, so they have everything they need to deliver the best patient care possible.
In the last few years, COVID-19 has emerged as an important aetiology of myocarditis, from both direct infection and immune reactions. It has also been connected to a reaction to specific SARS-CoV-2 vaccines. This makes it an especially timely subject for this Topic of the Month.
Put your work, your team and your institution centre stage by submitting your abstract by 1 March.
This summer, in Amsterdam, gain international recognition and unrivalled exposure for your research, while joining forces with peers to advance cardiovascular science together.