GRANTS: EAPCI Fellows Course, 15-16 May 2017

Dear Friends,

EAPCI Fellows Course is organised by the Young Group and designed to provide with an update on standards of PCI including indications, tool selection, treatment of specific lesion subsets and interventional pharmacology. Theory will be supported by interactive case discussions. The program is also enriched by a brief visit in the structural field.

And…be surprised: By registering to the 4th EAPCI Fellows Course you are also entitled to attend EuroPCR 2017!
So make sure that you book your seat quickly, as places are limited. Register now.

Additionally, thanks to our industry partners (Medtronic, Abbott and Philips Volcano) we are pleased to offer:

80 grants covering:
Your registration to both EAPCI Fellows Course and EuroPCR 2017
Your accommodation

Should you be interested in the free access to the EAPCI Fellows Course, we invite you to submit your application quickly via the following link to be part of the 80 grantees:
Link To Grant Application

Submissions will be reviewed by the Course Directors. The grants will be provided to the first 80 submitters matching the criteria. If you are not selected for a grant, you still have the possibility of course to register by your own means.

Best regards and see you in Paris.

Gabor G. Toth & Francesco Saia
Chair & Co-chair of EAPCI NIFYI Committee  

also on behalf of 
Michael Haude, EAPCI President
and the EAPCI Fellows Course Directors


What is this Course all about?

This Course will provide participants with an overview on the theoretical background of interventional techniques, and will dive into the details of everyday practice by reviewing relevant case presentations. It will offer a broad overview from very basics, such as the choice of catheters and guidewires, to more advanced interventional techniques, such as treatment of bifurcations or chronic total occlusions. A brief visit into the field of structural interventions will also be part of this Course.

Accordingly, this Fellows’ oriented Course will also allow participants to exchange everyday experiences via peer-to-peer case presentations, supported by the commentary from experts in the field.


What to expect from this Course?

All topics will be covered by the state-of-the-art lectures of renowned experts, which will be open to questions from the participants. Review of cases and complications, in a preliminary session or integrated in the lectures or questions, offer examples of practical applications of the concepts discussed.

The EAPCI Fellows Course grants participants with the opportunities to meet the field’s experts, and to create their own networking experiences within the young community. Indeed, this interaction will hopefully establish links and long-term relationships helpful for personal development and a greatest integration of European professionals in Interventional Cardiology.


Fellows Course Programme

Valid as of 8 March 2017

Monday 15 May 2017

Room 352B

EAPCI Fellows Course – Opening

Room 352B

Coronary interventions – the basics I
Vascular access: to see what’s going on, first you have to get in

Room 352B

Coronary interventions – the basics II
Your tools: a guide through basic interventional armamentarium

Fellows Lounge

Chat and Caffeine

Room 352B

Coronary interventions – advanced I
Intravascular diagnostics: imaging and function

Room 352B

Coronary interventions – advanced II
Bifurcations: which technique, when, why and how?

Fellows Lounge

Eat and chat

Room 352B

Coronary interventions – advanced III
Acute coronary syndrome: a 2017 update

Fellows Lounge

Chat and Caffeine

Room 352B

Clinical research
Research and practice walk together

Room 352B

What to do when a nightmare comes true

Tuesday 16 May 2017

Room 352B

Coronary interventions – advanced IV
How to break the stone: PCI of resistant lesions

Fellows Lounge

Chat and Caffeine

Room 352B

Structural interventions – the basics I
Transcatheter aortic valve implantation – the basics

Room 352B

Structural interventions – the basics II
Left atrial appendage closure – the very basics

Room 352B

EAPCI Fellows Course – Closing


The 4th EAPCI Fellows Course at EuroPCR, hosted by EuroPCR, will be held on Monday 15 and Tuesday morning 16 May 2017 at the Palais des Congrès in Paris. Registrations are exclusively open for practitioners under the Fellow status.

Limited places:

Please notice there are only 100 places available, make sure to book yours quickly.

What’s included in your registration?

By registering to the EAPCI Fellows Course, you are also entitled to:

  • Take part in the EACPCI Fellows dinner on Monday 15
  • Attend EuroPCR 2017 & access to all scientific sessions, exhibition area,
  • Coffee breaks and lunch bags all week long


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