The 3-day PCR e-Course will take place on Thursday 25, Friday 26 and Saturday 27 June 2020, and all of the content will be available for free with a My PCR account. Over the three days, a dedicated online platform will offer a choice of five simultaneous scientific sessions, some of which will enable interaction with the speakers. The participants will also be able to exchange and network with the community, and discover the latest in innovation in a virtual Exhibition and sessions built in collaboration with PCR's Industry Partners.
A Scientific Programme articulated around the community's expectations
The PCR e-Course Core Team led by William Wijns, PCR Chairman, and Jean Fajadet, PCR Vice-Chairman, have announced that the following themes will be addressed:
- - Late-breaking trials, hotlines and innovation
- Recorded LIVE demonstrations (bifurcation, calcified lesions, CTO, TAVI)
- Clinical case and complication discussions
- Updates on renal denervation, peripheral and stroke interventions
A PCR e-Course Abstract Book 2020 has also been announced
The publishers of EuroIntervention will be releasing a special supplement to coincide with the PCR e-Course in June. It will be available to download for free for all participants and will comprise a large selection of the PCR community's 2020 accepted abstracts.
Further details concerning the PCR e-Course will be added to this page over the coming weeks: http://www.
Notes to editors
The mission of PCR is to serve the needs of each individual patient by helping the cardiovascular community to share knowledge, experience and practice. PCR offers a large range of many other educational meetings and resources for the continuing education of the interventional cardiovascular community. These include major annual Courses across the globe, e-Learning with high-profile PCR Webinars, Courses specifically dedicated to valvular heart disease, tailor-made PCR Seminars on specific topics, online resources and medical publications such as EuroIntervention, the official journal of the EAPCI.
Gateways to all PCR activities are available on http://www.