Welcome to the 2nd Nordic Symposium on Cardiac CT

Registration for the 2011 Symposium is closed. 

Dear Colleagues

It is with great pleasure, that we can inform you, that the 2nd Nordic Symposium on Cardiac CT will take place in the beautiful surroundings of Silkeborg, Denmark from May 26th-27th, 2011, at the SAS Radisson/Silkeborg Theatre Hall.

This year we have gathered a faculty of leading top-experts in the field of Cardiac CT. The programme will include a comprehensive overview of the technical performance of all aspects of Cardiac CT comprising principles, methodologies and clinical practice. Interactive lectures, discussions, image-based case examples and novel research results in Cardiac CT will be presented and form the basis for increasing the competence in Cardiac CT of the attendees.

The course is relevant for cardiologists, radiologists, nuclear medicine physicians, as well as dedicated Cardiac CT technicians and nurses. The exciting contemporary course programme, personal interaction and discussions between attendees and  the presence of international top-experts in Cardiac CT, the beautiful sceneries around Silkeborg, together with a Gala Dinner will guarantee a joyous and rewarding meeting.

We look forward to welcome you to the very heart of Denmark.

Course Faculty: Stephan Achenbach, Germany (Chairman); Pim deFeyter, Netherlands; Jonathon Leipsic, Canada; Francesca Pugliese, United Kingdom; Guy Weigold, USA; Koen Nieman, Netherlands; Fleur deGraaf, Netherlands; Jeroen Bax, Netherlands.  

Course Language: English.
Course Directors:
L Deibjerg (Silkeborg, DK), NPR Sand (Esbjerg, DK), BL Nørgaard (Aarhus, DK),  and KF Kofoed (Copenhagen, DK)
- On behalf of the Danish Society of Cardiology.

The 2nd Nordic Symposium on Cardiac CT has been accredited by DBAC for 10 hours of external CME credits.  

Disclosure Policy: Any conflicts of interest related to the content of the presentations must be resolved to the audience.
Disclosures of off-label or investigational use of drugs or devices also must be resolved before lectures.

As the Symposium has a maximum capacity for attending persons, reservations will be handled on "a first come, first serve" basis.