CSE @ CCC 2018

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SATURDAY OCTOBER 20, 2018

17:30-18:00
Imaging Potpourri
Moderated Presentation Theatre C

SUNDAY OCTOBER 21, 2018

09:00-10:30
CCS/ESC Joint Symposium: Transcatheter Mitral Interventions: New Frontiers
MTCC Level 800 Hall G

18:15-20:00
CCS Awards Ceremony
Fairmont Royal York Ballroom
The CSE Annual Achievement Award will be presented at the CCS Awards Ceremony. Please join us!

MONDAY OCTOBER 22, 2018 

09:00-10:00; 10:15-11:15; 11:30-12:30
My Worst Echo Nightmare III: Cases from Coast-to-Coast
MTCC 714A

13:30-14:00
CCS-CSE Limelight Session
Artificial Intelligence & Echocardiography: A Brave New World
Community Forum Theatre

15:30-16:00
Advances in Understanding Aortic Stenosis
Moderated Presentation Theatre C

16:30-18:00
CSE Spotlight Session: The 60 Second Echo and the Brave New World of Pocus
MTCC 707

18:00-19:00
CSE Annual General Meeting
MTCC 707
Please contact us at cse@ccs.ca if you would like to receive AGM documents in advance of the meeting.

19:15-22:00
CSE Annual Echo Dinner
Rosewater Supper Club (Invitation only & advanced registration required)

 

CSE 2018 Meeting – Original Works & Clinical Cases Winners

CSE_Poster_2018The CSE would like to thank again all the young clinicians and investigators who presented their clinical cases and research at our recent symposium; Dr Christine Henri (Montreal Heart Institute) for the organization of this competition; as well as the judges who had the very difficult task of selecting the best posters considering the high quality of each presentation. The winners are:
 
– In the “Clinical Cases” category: 1. Tan Suwatanaviroj (Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute) and 2. Anhar Alhussaini (McMaster University)
Judges: Drs Arsène Basmadjian (Montreal Heart Institute), Davinder Jassal (Max Rady College of Medecine, University of Manitoba) and Dinesh Thavendiranathan (Toronto General Hospital)
– In the “Original Works” category: 1. Jennifer Meloche (Toronto General Hospital) and 2. Francois Simard (Montreal Heart Institute)
Judges: Drs Harald Becher (ABACUS Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute), Ian Burwash (Ottawa Heart Institute) and Francois Tournoux (CHUM, Montreal).
 
We encourage more young clinicians and investigators to submit their abstracts in the future.
The CSE will also support young professionals who will have abstracts accepted at ASE and EACVI in 2018. Please do not hesitate to contact us at info@csecho.ca for additional information.  

CSE Annual Education Weekend 2019

The 2018 meeting was very successful again with 700+ participants.  The meeting in 2019 will be held in Toronto from 11 to 13 April 2019.

Please mark your calendar and hope to see you there.The registration website will be up in Jan 2019.CSE2018_Panorama

 

 

Welcome to the 20th Annual Canadian Echo Weekend – 12 to 14 April 2018

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Dear colleagues and friends,

We are looking forward to welcoming you all to the 20th anniversary Canadian Society of Echocardiography Annual Echo Weekend at the Toronto Downtown Marriott. We have well over 700 participants and are looking towards a record attendance. The meeting starts Thursday  evening at 6:30 with dinner followed by a look back and forward to the use of Echocardiography and novel technology in Canada.

The main meeting begins Friday, chock full of interactive symposia, as well as our hands-on sessions for those who registered. We close Friday with Echo Jeopardy, organized by the Young Echocardiographers of Canada. More symposia and workshops take place on Saturday. We will have joint sessions on Friday with the EACVI and Saturday with the ASE. We close with our famous cases from around the country.

We will have a Twitter handle again to receive questions from the audience and there will be ample time to interact with experts.

@CSEchoCa

Stop by at the breaks to see the research posters submitted by echo trainees from across the county, vying to research awards.

We hope that you will appreciate the changes incorporated based on your feedback and are excited to see you tomorrow.

Safe travels.

Lawrence Rudski MD

President, Canadian Society of Echocardiography