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Meeting EACTS with Industry Partners. Geneva, January 11 th , 2010. Our objectives. To advance education in the field of cardio-thoracic surgery To encourage the exchange of cardio-thoracic surgeons To hold scientific meetings

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Meeting EACTS with Industry Partners

Geneva, January 11th, 2010


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Our objectives

  • To advance education in the field of cardio-thoracic surgery

  • To encourage the exchange of cardio-thoracic surgeons

  • To hold scientific meetings

  • To sponsor journals for the publication of scientific papers, presented at such meetings, and other suitable articles


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European Association for Cardio-Thoracic Surgery

Council 2009/ 2010 - Officers

President

Pascal Vouhé

Vice President

Ottavio Alfieri

Milan

Secretary General

Pieter Kappetein

Editor in Chief

Ludwig von Segesser

Treasurer

Ralph A Schmid

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European Association for Cardio-Thoracic Surgery

Councillors and Domain Chairs

Past President

Erino A Rendina

Congenital

Juan Comas

Adult Cardiac

Jose Luis Pomar

Vascular

Martin Grabenwöger

Peyman Sardari Nia

Doug Wood

Seattle

Leslie Hamilton

Newcastle upon tyne

Shinichi Takamoto

Paul van Schil

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European Association for Cardio-Thoracic Surgery

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European Association for Cardio-Thoracic Surgery

Members per Continent

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European AssociationforCardio-Thoracic Surgery

Member Type

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Journals owned by EACTS

European Journal of Cardio-thoracic Surgery (EJCTS)

Interactive CardioVascular and Thoracic Surgery (ICVTS)

In Print

Online

Official Journal of ESTS

Published by Elsevier

On-line OPEN ACCESS

In print

Official Journal of ESCVS

Published by EACTS

MMCTS - Multimedia Manual of Cardiothoracic Surgery

Online OPEN ACCESS

Published by EACTS


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European Association for Cardio-Thoracic Surgery

European Journal of Cardio-thoracic Surgery evolution of ISI impact factor 1994-2007 (ATS and JTCVS given for comparison)(note: 2007 IF is based on material published in 2005/2006)

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European Association for Cardio-Thoracic Surgery

European Journal of Cardio-thoracic Surgery

Interactive CardioVascular and Thoracic Surgerytop 20 submitter countries in 2009 (to August) – note top 3 in 2007 were Japan, UK, Italy

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Review Vienna 2009


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European Association for Cardio-Thoracic Surgery

Vienna - 3966 Delegates from 91 countries


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Vienna - 3966 Delegates from 91 countries

European Association for Cardio-Thoracic Surgery


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European Association for Cardio-Thoracic Surgery

Top Twenty Countries


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European Association for Cardio-Thoracic Surgery

Physicians attending Annual Meeting 2000 - 2009

23 Years serving Thoracic & Cardiovascular Surgery


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European Association for Cardio-Thoracic Surgery

Registration Techno College

23 Years serving Thoracic & Cardiovascular Surgery


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European Association for Cardio-Thoracic Surgery

Post Graduate Education Course Attendance


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European Association for Cardio-Thoracic Surgery

Largest Cardio-Thoracic Meeting in the world for last 7 years

AATS: figures given by AATS after each meeting

STS: data available from Exhibition Sales Brochure only

23 Years serving Thoracic & Cardiovascular Surgery


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Membership

Publishing

Educational Courses, Cardiac and Thoracic

European School in Bergamo

24rd Annual Meeting

Activities


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European Association for Cardio-Thoracic Surgery

Major EACTS Prizes

The Francis Fontan Prize €30,000

The Thoracic Prize€30,000

The amount awarded should cover the costs of one year's stay at a major European department or any other research facility. The activities during this year are left to the discretion of the prize-winner and the head of the department visited, but should primarily involve fields such as research training, research activities, advanced clinical education and/or departmental management.

Winners: 2009

Fontan 2009

Fabio Ius ,Udine, Italy

Thoracic Prize 2009

not awarded

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European Association for Cardio-Thoracic Surgery

EACTS Events 2009

4 – 6 February Cardiac & Thoracic Robotic Surgery Strasbourg, France

16 – 21 March ESCTS Cardiac Course Level A Bergamo, Italy

25 – 27 March ESCTS Endovascular Course Bergamo, Italy

13 – 14 April Applied Science Course Moscow, Russian Federation

16 – 18 April Applied Science Course Kaunas, Lithuania

18 – 23 May ESCTS Cardiac Course Level B Bergamo, Italy

21 – 26 September ESCTS Cardiac Course Level C Bergamo, Italy

15 – 17 October Multidisciplinary Course On Lung Cancer Prague, Czech Republic, EACTS/ESMO/ESTRO/ESTS/ESSO

17 – 21 October 23rd Annual Meeting Vienna, Austria

26 – 28 November Advanced Techniques in Cardiac Surgery Moscow, Russian Federation


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24rd Annual Meeting

September 2010

Geneva, Switzerland


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Scientific Programme for Geneva

SaturdayTechno College

SundayPost Graduate Courses

MondayPresidential Address

Honoured Guest Lecture

Abstract Sessions.

TuesdayAbstract Sessions

WednesdayAdvance Technology Course


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European Association for Cardio-Thoracic Surgery

Preliminary Programme of the Domain of the Acquired Cardiac Disease

23 Years serving Thoracic & Cardiovascular Surgery


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European Association for Cardio-Thoracic Surgery

Preliminary Programme of the Domain of the Congenital Heart Disease

23 Years serving Thoracic & Cardiovascular Surgery


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European Association for Cardio-Thoracic Surgery

Preliminary Programme of the Domain of the Thoracic Disease

21 Years serving Thoracic & Cardiovascular Surgery


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European Association for Cardio-Thoracic Surgery

Preliminary Programme of the Domain of the Vascular Disease

23 Years serving Thoracic & Cardiovascular Surgery


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  • Satellite meetings

  • Techno-College

  • Wednesday morning program E3

    • Expand your skills

    • Enlarge your vision

    • Embrace the future


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Wednesday Morning E3

  • Rationales:

    • Decreasing attendance of last half day on Wednesday

    • Insufficient hand’s-on-training (HOT)

    • Inefficiently used on-site industrial resources

    • Enhance introduction of novel technologies ”by familiarizing via hand’s on training, interactive video sessions

    • “Sensational” effect of Techno-College from live transmissions with passive participant role and low educational or training value


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Goals Wednesday Morning E3

  • Increased motivation to attend the Wednesday session by increase “return of time investment” by interest oriented HOT sessions

  • Allow for specific pre-booked HOT sessions (increased interests)

  • Improve Cross-linking and expand network between surgical colleagues and MeDTech Industry (MDTI) staff

  • Use present MDTI resources (on-site material and personnel) and combine education, training and networking to set the stage for follow-up in depth-trainings

  • Present improved techniques with pre-existing devices

  • Bringing practical aspects to the session presented in the Techno College and closing the meeting


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Wednesday morning E3

  • Focus on relatively new devices, techniques or technologies

  • Participants needs to be pre-booked to optimize logistics

  • The matrix is maintained - all activities are split in the four domains adult, cong., vascular, thorax

  • The domain chairs are in charge of organizing the topic of interest that will be discussed and then followed by the Video and skill session.

  • Domain chairs will help to define the discussants on the defined topic as well as video presenters and skill demonstrators (favouring younger colleagues for all skill task)

  • The discussion will provide the necessary theoretical background to motivate the following HOT sessions


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European Association for Cardio-Thoracic Surgery

This work of the Association in the field of education would be

impossible without your generous support.

EACTS Council on behalf of the members expresses their gratitude and

appreciation for your continued support.

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