2020 eHighlights

December 3

  • Structural racism as a public health crisisHealth disparities have always been an issue, but COVID-19 has brought them to the forefront. Listen in as Donald Lloyd-Jones, MD, ScM, Michelle Albert, MD, MPH, and Lisa Cooper, MD, MPH, discuss the impact of structural racism on public health. Read More
  • One-on-one with Harlan KrumholzHarlan M. Krumholz, MD, SM, presented his Distinguished Scientist Lecture, “The Inflection Point: Ideas for Accelerating Breakthroughs and Improving Cardiovascular Health” at Scientific Sessions 2020. Here he shares his ideas on outcomes research and how to boost the cardiovascular health of patients. Read More
  • Q&A with Elazer R. EdelmanElazar R. Edelman, MD, PhD, delivered a Science Catalyst Keynote at Scientific Sessions 2020. With his work focused on how vascular science and technology can work together, his sessions challenged our current thinking on science. Read More
  • Learning Studios and satellite symposia available OnDemandDiscover the latest products and innovative technologies with Learning Studios and satellite symposia OnDemand — all from the Scientific Sessions 2020 virtual experience. Registration for Scientific Sessions is required, and you can register through Jan. 4, 2021. Once registered, go to Program, then OnDemand Sessions. Search by Live Learning Studio or Live Satellite Symposia. Read More
  • Continue to explore the Exhibit HallThe Scientific Sessions 2020 virtual experience featured an Exhibit Hall with more than 40 exhibitors showcasing the latest products and services for the field of cardiology. This Exhibit Hall is still open and you can visit today! Registration for Scientific Sessions is required, and you can register through Jan. 4, 2021. Once registered, go to Industry Supporters, then Exhibits. Read More
  • Get Abstracts on Download today — for freeAbstracts on Download provides the world of abstracts at your fingertips. Content is provided for Abstract Oral Sessions, Abstract Poster Sessions, Late-Breaking Basic Science, Moderated Digital Posters and the Resuscitation Science Symposium. Made possible in part by support from Janssen. Read More
  • Call for program suggestionsWe’re already planning for Scientific Sessions 2021. And we need your input. Do you have an idea for a session topic? Do you know a potential speaker? Let us know! All ideas will be reviewed by the Committee on Scientific Sessions Program. Submissions will be accepted until 5 p.m. CST, Monday, Jan. 4, 2021. Read More

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