Linking together research and clinical practice, ACC.06 will facilitate international collaboration regarding global health issues and challenges related to cardiovascular care and vascular disease prevention. With more than 1,800 abstracts being presented, ACC.06 will provide a window into the cutting edge research taking place worldwide.
"ACC.06 delivers the rigorous science and clinical relevance attendees expect every year in a manner designed to deliver that content effectively and efficiently," said Pamela S. Douglas, M.D., F.A.C.C., president of ACC.
Expert instructors will be covering several key areas:
The meeting promises to tailor to the specific needs of top specialists within the various realms of cardiology, as well as provide an opportunity for one-on-one interaction with the leading minds in cardiovascular medicine.
"ACC.06 brings to the forefront cardiovascular research that will improve the quality of care and treatment for all patients," explained Robert A. Harrington, M.D., F.A.C.C, ACC.06 co-chair. "It underscores research efforts that have proven so valuable in moving cardiology forward."
Press briefings on the late-breaking and regular clinical trials research from ACC.06 will take place regularly Sunday, March 12 through Tuesday, March 14. For more information, please visit acc.org or contact Amy Murphy at 301-581-3476 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The American College of Cardiology (www.acc.org) represents the majority of board certified cardiovascular physicians in the United States. Its mission is to advocate for quality cardiovascular care through education, research, promotion, development and application of standards and guidelines- and to influence health care policy. ACC.06 and i2 Summit will bring together more than 30,000 cardiologists and cardiovascular specialists to share the newest discoveries in the treatment and prevention, while helping the ACC achieve its mission to address and improve issues in cardiovascular medicine.
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