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Past Events

SCAI 2013

The Peabody Orlando, Orlando, USA

08 May 2013 - 11 May 2013

 Highlights Include:

·         Intimate, Interactive, Case-Based Education
Case-based education helps participants apply what they've learned to their own cases. SCAI 2013 will feature even more cases than ever before, in smaller, intimate learning settings promoting even more discussion.

·         Cutting Edge Topics & Symposia
SCAI 2013 will mini-symposia on CLI, CTO, TAVR, Transradial Interventions, and more!

·         Standalone Coronary, Peripheral, Structural, Congenital & Quality ImprovementTracks
New this year, SCAI 2013 Sessions will be organized into separate tracks devoted to coronary, peripheral, structural, and congenital interventions as well as a multidisciplinary track.

·         A Focus on The Whole Cath Lab Team
Recognizing the critical role that cath lab nurses, technicians, technologists and staff play in successful patient outcomes, several programs will be offered for the whole team including the SCAI's Hemodynamics Symposium and the addition of an Imaging Symposium.

·         C3 SUMMIT® For Graduating Fellows-In-Training
If you can only attend one fellows course this year, make sure it's SCAI's C3 SUMMIT held in conjunction with SCAI 2013. FITs who are accepted for enrollment receive complimentary registration to SCAI 2013, complimentary hotel accommodations, and complimentary airfare up to $500.

·         Practice-Changing Trials & Abstracts
This innovative session is designed to ease the daunting task of keeping up with "and making sense of" the avalanche of recent trial data. These sessions will help attendees understand which of these trials should be changing their practice and how so.

·         And Much, Much More
We haven't even mentioned the finest faculty of national and international figures in interventional and invasive cardiology, the case reviews/demonstrations of state-of-the-art practices, Program Director's Symposium, the interactive Breakfast Roundtable Discussion Series, presentations of original abstracts and late-breaking clinical results, interactive workshops, our exhibit hall, or social functions. It's clear why SCAI 2013 Scientific Sessions will be the Best of the Best in Interventional and Invasive Cardiology Education.