In the name of course directors, we have the pleasure to announce the upcoming 16th edition of ECC, the Lausanne complications course. In 2023, the meeting will take place in a virtual format with a hybrid flavor. The dates will be Friday 16 and Saturday 17 of June.
Much in alignment with the 2020 edition, we wish to work with hubs at different locations around the globe. We believe that the digital format has changed over time.
In order to keep the meeting attractive and of interest for the attendees, there will be no continuous program but four 90 minutes sessions. At this stage, we have identified a total number of 4 sessions during lunch and afterwork slots covering these 2 days. The following partners have been identified: 1. The Swiss working interventional cardiology (with a physical presence of members of the board), 2. The Asian Pacific Society of Cardiology (emerging leaders session), 3. The Panafric congress of Interventional Cardiology (PAFCIC), 4. Our U.S. colleagues with Morton Kern and the traditional Mayo Clinic connection.
As with the 2020 edition, there will be place for the industry for technology updates, digital advertising, and satellite symposium.
On behalf of the ECC course directors, co-directors and the Lausanne team, we look forward to meeting you in June and already take the opportunity to announce the 17th edition that will take place on site in June 2024.
Eric Eeckhout & Julien Adjedj
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ECC Learning Objectives:
○ Interact and learn by case sharing with colleagues from across the globe
○ Enrich our knowledge on the prevention and management of complications based on interactive case presentation
○ Cover the broad field of interventional cardiology with particular interest for coronary, valve and structural interventions
○ Share rare complication cases and demonstrate innovative management techniques
Actors and care-takers in the field of interventional cardiology willing to learn or improve their knowledge in the prevention and treatment of complications.
Updates in Complications by 2021 ECC Panel
Prof. Eric Eeckhout interviewing Prof. Emanuele Barbato