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Top 10 Interventional Cardiology Conferences & Courses 2023

09 Jan 2023
Interventional Cardiology Conferences 2023

Worldwide interventional cardiology conferences and courses offer important learning and networking opportunities in an ever evolving field. Hereby is our curated list (in order, by date) of the top interventional cardiology conferences and courses planned for 2023. Also review the main general cardiology conferences listed in our Top 10 Cardiology Conferences for 2023.

1. Chronic Total Occlusion (CTO) Plus – Complex CTO & Higher Risk PCI

February 23-24, 2023

Location: New York, USA

CTO Plus 2023 encompasses complex PCI topics, including intravascular imaging and physiology, calcified coronary disease, left main/bifurcation lesions, diffuse disease (surgical turndowns), and mechanical circulatory support in high-risk patients.

Registration: Fees start at USD350; click here for registration options.

2. Technology and Heart Failure Therapeutics (THT)

March 20-22, 2023

Location: Boston, USA

The second annual THT conference will update you on the current status of drug- and device-based treatments for heart failure across the spectrum, as well as LV ejection fractions. Researchers will also reveal results from late-breaking pivotal studies.

Important Dates:

December 29, 2022: Call for science submission deadline

February 27, 2023: Deadline to reserve hotel at preferred rate

Registration: Fees start at USD449; click here for registration options.

3. Canadian Interventional Cardiology Community (CICC) Summit

April 21-22, 2023

Location: Montreal, Canada

Hosted by the CICC, the target audience of this 2 day summit includes any physician or surgeon with an interest in minimally invasive coronary or structural heart disease interventions. Structural and coronary agendas will run concurrently at this event.

Agenda is still in development.

Registration: All staff must pay a CAD200 registration fee; at the conclusion of the meeting, staff will receive a CAD1200 stipend to offset travel costs associated with attending. Fellows will submit a $50 registration fee but are not eligible for the stipend. Please contact Kevin McKenzie by email ( for further information.

4. Cardiovascular Research Foundation (CRF) International Cardiology Fellows Course

May 10-13, 2023

Location: Orlando, USA

This hands-on education program will cover key concepts in interventional cardiovascular medicine. Fellows, experienced physicians, nurses, and technologists will learn and refresh skills in all facets of coronary, structural, and endovascular interventions.

You can view the course overview here.

Registration: is open from December 2022; visit CRF Fellows Course 2023 for details.

5. EuroPCR 2023

May 16-19, 2023

Location: Paris, France and online

EuroPCR is devoted to sharing knowledge, experience and practice in cardiovascular interventional medicine. EuroPCR 2023 will feature live demonstrations, training workshops, simulations, sharing and discussion of clinical cases, late-breaking trials, innovations and scientific abstracts selected from the calls for submissions.

Important Dates:

January 14, 2023: call for Scientific Abstract/ Clinical Cases/Images/Innovations/Late-Breaking Trials closes

March 07, 2023: early-bird registration deadline

April 18, 2023: regular registration deadline

Registration: Fees start at €450; click here for registration options.

6. TVT: The Structural Heart Summit

June 7-10, 2023

Location: Phoenix, USA

The CRF is hosting its 16th Structural Heart Summit this year. This summit will share latest clinical trial findings and discuss case studies about treating structural heart disease using transcatheter aortic valve replacement and transcatheter mitral and tricuspid therapies.

Registration details are not yet available; monitor TVT 2023 website for updates.

7. Endovascular Cardiac Complications (ECC)

June 16-17, 2023

Location: Lausanne, Switzerland – online

For the 16th edition of ECC,  there will be no continuous program but four 90 minutes sessions occurring during lunch and after work. Organizers are working with four partners: 1. The Swiss working interventional cardiology group (with a physical presence of members of the board), 2. The Asian Pacific Society of Cardiology (emerging leaders session), 3. The Panafric congress of Interventional Cardiology (PAFCIC), 4. U.S. colleagues with Morton Kern and the traditional Mayo Clinic connection.

Learning objectives range across the broad field of interventional cardiology with particular interest for coronary, valve and structural interventions.

Registration: via ECC Congress website (fees not listed).

8. Interventional Complications 2023: “You broke it. You own it. Now fix it.”

July 14-15, 2023

Location: Seattle, USA

Interventional Complications 2023 examines not only procedural and medical management, but also the emotional and psychological issues around complication management. Covering a diverse range of complications, the program focuses on thematic and algorithmic structures for managing complications and dealing with the aftermath, putting systems in place to best manage them pre/intra/post procedure.

Registration: visit the CRF Center for Education website for information.

9. Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics (TCT)

October 23-26, 2023

Location: San Francisco, USA

Check the TCT 2023 website for more updates.

10. PCR London Valves

November 19-21, 2023          

Location: London, UK

Description: PCR London Valves is a patient-oriented course focusing on transcatheter therapies for valvular heart disease. The course is relevant for the entire heart valve team. The course provides interactive learning on the three valves – aortic, mitral and tricuspid. PCR London Valves is organized by the Europa Organization and EAPCI.

Details for this year’s course are not yet available but monitor the PCR Online website for more information as it becomes available.

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Author: Kelly Schoonderwoerd


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