Going Back to the Heart of Cardiology: A Medscape Cardiology/theHeart.org Virtual Conference for Practicing Clinicians


We invite all registered meeting attendees to submit abstracts for poster presentation on their latest research in cardiology, including lipid management, atrial fibrillation, heart failure, interventional cardiology, the cardiology triad including diabetes and kidney disease, as well as patient management via telemedicine post Covid-19.

If you are returning to complete or check the status of your submission, please sign-in using your email address and password.

If you are a new user, please click HERE or select "New User" to create your profile and get started on your submission. As a reminder, you must be registered for the conference to have your abstract considered. Please use the reference number from your conference registration confirmation to create your profile.

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Abstract submission is now open.

Submission Close Date:

Abstract Formatting and Content Guidelines

*You must be registered for the meeting to have your abstract considered for a presentation.

  • Language: English

  • Authors: full last name, first name, affiliations, degrees and contact information

  • Maximum of 3000 characters, including spaces (not including the title, authors, or affiliations)

  • Maximum of 2 relevant tables or figures: must be 600 dpi .jpg

  • References must be included as parenthetical in-text citations - first author, et al, journal and year - (Cruz D, et al. Blood 2012)

  • Full contact information of corresponding author (Please ensure that your email address is accurate, as all correspondence will be sent via email)

  • Abstract text should preferably be in a "structured abstract" form with sections marked Background, Objectives, Methods, Results, and Conclusions

  • Abstracts containing non-generic drug names or personal patient information, or reporting studies with unidentified chemical compounds, drugs, or materials, will not be accepted.