NORDIC-BALTIC CONGRESS OF CARDIOLOGY

June 10-12 (Mon-Wed), 2019 / Finlandia Hall / Helsinki, Finland

 

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Expert insights

NBCC2019 congress provides lectures and workshops with expert insights into the current state of cardiology. Special attention is paid to young cardiologists’ education by giving opportunities to hear the latest developments and guidelines as well as a chance to interact with peers / renowned experts – not forgetting the  chance to present scientific research as posters.

Welcome to beautiful Helsinki in Summer 2019!

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Programme

Wide range of medical and scientific topics are the cornerstone of NBCC2019. Main topics include arrhythmias, cardiac prevention, cardio-oncology, cardiovascular genetics, cardiovascular imaging, coronary disease, heart failure, interventional cardiology & cardiac surgery, cardiovascular nursing, thrombosis and valvular diseases.

An application has been made to the EACCME® for CME accreditation of this event.

Programme

The venue

The congress venue Finlandia Hall, designed by world-renowned Finnish architect Alvar Aalto, provides an inspiring environment for networking with colleagues from all around Europe.

Finlandia Hall is located close to the Helsinki City center and is easily accessible by car and public transportation.

Getting here

Important dates

MARCH 24,
2019

Extended abstract submission deadline
APRIL 8,
2019

Extended clinical case submission deadline
UNTIL APRIL 21,
2019

Early-bird registration fee
UNTIL MAY 26,
2019

Late registration fee

The European Reference Network for rare, low prevalence and complex diseases of the heart (ERN GUARD-Heart) supports the scientific/educational content of the 27th Nordic-Baltic Congress of Cardiology, 10-12 June 2019, organized by the Finnish Cardiac Society.

Organized in co-operation with the Nordic-Baltic Cardiology Alliance and the Nordic Baltic Group on Cardiovascular Nursing and Allied Professions
Nordic-Baltic Cardiology Alliance Nordic Baltic Group on Cardiovascular Nursing and Allied Professions