Thank you for your interest in the 5 days online Stress Echo Interpretation Course 2023
This 5 days hands-on reporting course with theory and web based hands-on will provide an insight in developing skills in reporting stress echo primarily for ischaemia and viability detection but also including non-ischaemia stress testing in valvular heart disease. The lectures will offer theoretical and practical tutorials and image analysis which are held over the 5 days course, covering 70-80 stress echo cases, followed by an end of course reporting exam. Upon completion of the course you will be provided with the electronic logbook and a certificate of attendance.
This course is for professionals interested in stress echocardiography to upgrade their knowledge and improve interpretation skills or for those who are simply interested in learning about stress echo techniques.
Please note that for the 5 days online SEIC 2023 has been endorsed with 15 BSE points.
Course director: Professor Attila Kardos Co-directors: Professor Harald Becher & Dr. Lissa Sugeng
Date: October 21, 22 November, 4, 18 December 2
Venue: Online, streamed from Oxford
Course fee: Online registration: online with access to cases, course material and reporting. Early registration until August 31, 2023: € 550 Late registration after August 31, 2023: € 650
Observers´ registration: onlinewith no acces to cases, course material. Early registration until August 31, 2023: € 400 Late registration after August 31, 2023: € 500
Payment via Nextevent:
Before your payment, please register below first. You will then receive a confirmation email, which will lead you to our partner Nextevent to finalize your purchase.
The number of attendees on this course is limited. Priorities are allocated on a “ first comes first serve” basis. Your registration is not complete until full payment has been received. Please read the terms and conditions carefully.
Essential requirements for participants:
Online registrations with access to cases will be provided with a virtual machine.
Observers can watch the lectures from any device with Internet browser.