Virtual meetings are now part of our lives. Like so many meetings during the Covid-19 pandemic, medical conferences have been held virtually. While this gives them a completely different feel, it can make attending more accessible. If you are unable to take study leave, this can mean you can attend lectures that you would have otherwise missed. You can also listen to recorded lectures in the evenings.
Lectures are frequently streamed live, with the ability to ask questions of the speaker. They are also then made available as a recording to listen to in the future.
At a EACVI Webinar, Prof Senior spoke on the Role of Contrast echocardiography in hospitalised patients with COVID-19 . The lecture is available here.
The recently held European Society of cardiology congress was very well attended. There were125,000 people from 213 countries. Many of their lectures are available in the library, so you can still access then should you wish to do so. For medical professionals, you can also earn CME credits for attending sessions, up to a maximum of 24.
If you would like to know about other upcoming conferences, then please get in touch and we will be happy to assist you.