Introducing EuroPCR 2016

par Anne-Sophie le 28/04/2014 à 00h00

 

NEW! EuroPCR moves to PCRonline!


The new version of PCRonline.com will be launched soon and will host the completely revamped EuroPCR.com website! Stay tuned!

 

NEW! Introducing EuroPCR 2017


The World-Leading Course in Interventional Cardiology is on its way! What’s new? What are the Burning Questions in the field?

 

Submit your Late-Breaking Trials!


Share your original, final and complete results of pioneering studies with your peers. Submit your late-breaking trials before by 10 February

Submit your innovative technologies!


Take a chance to be part of the 2017 Programme and share your work with your peers. Submit the technologies you developed up to the stage of first-in-man experience by 10 February

 

Submit your abstracts!


Watch J. Fajadet tell you about the unique opportunity to present your work in Paris. Take a chance to share your abstracts with the community

 

Submit your images!


Watch J. Fajadet tell you about the unique opportunity to present your work in Paris. Take a chance to share images illustrating your daily practice challenges with the community

 

Ready to submit your clinical case?


Watch J. Fajadet tell you about the unique opportunity to present your work in Paris. Take a chance to share your daily practice challenges with the community

 

Course Directors


Discover who are the 2017 EuroPCR Course Directors and Advisors

 

Programme Committee Members


Find out who helped build the 2017 EuroPCR Programme

 

A glimpse of EuroPCR 2016


Thank you to our 11,588 participants from over 115 countries for these 5 amazing days of learning and sharing. See you in Paris for EuroPCR 2017!

What's new?

[PCR Trials App] new feature!

Direct access to latest clinical trials with one click

[PCR-EAPCI Textbook] special offer

Get chapters for €9 instead of €25!

[PCR-EAPCI Textbook] Limited offer on Android for €99!

Get the user-friendly Android tablet edition at a preferential rate

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