Pakistan Cardiac Society is not only a community but is a family where one really feel that he or she is a part of growing cardiology network in Pakistan .The joy of the society is that you have this large group of the like minded peoples with a passion for cardiovascular disease and its prevention and who are willing to walk the extra miles for patients care. ..Read More
Pakistan Cardiac Society was established in 1966, with sole purpose of promoting and propogating the cause of cardiovascular health Col. M.H. Shah was the founding President. The society’s official journal Pakistan Heart Journal starting publishing in 1968.
News & Updates
The office premises was acquired in 2016 through a generous contribution from Prof. Khalida Somroo, convener of 44th Cardiocon. The premises has been renovated with space for an office and a conference room with latest audio visual facilities.
Leading Cardiac Centres from Pakistan has joined NCDR under an agreement between Pakistan Cardiac Society and American College of Cardiology. PCS has negotiated a special discounted rate to join Cath/ PCI and ACTION – GTWR registries for five or more center from Pakistan for minimum of three years. Six leading cardiac centres are currently participating in these registries.
The centers are:
1. Aga Khan University Hospital – Karachi
2. Lady Reading Hospital – Peshawar
3. National Institute of Cardiovascular Disease – Karachi
4. Rawalpindi Institute of Cardiology – Rawalpindi
5. Shifa International Hospital – Islamabad
6. Tabba Heart Institute – Karachi
ASIA PREVENT 2018
The Japanese Association of Cardiac Rehabilitation is organizing the International Session “ASIA PREVENT” in Yokohama on 15th July 2018.
” We would like to ask you to inform your colleagues about the details of Asia Prevent 2018, Call for abstracts. There will be fee registration for accepted speakers from outside Japan. In addition , Internatonal Award will be given to a maximum of 20 excellent abstracts. Each prize winner will receive a TRAVEL GRANT of Y30,000 (Excluding Board members). The deadline for receipt of abstracts has been extended to the end of February for submission from outside Japan.
Please be certain to take the time to double check the web site; http://www2.convention.co.jp/24jacr/international/ for further information and formatting.
While there you are able to download the Abstract Submission Form.
Those who are interested to participate in Asia Prevent 2018 can send their abstract as a PDF file to email@example.com or to submit your abstract please send it to the address of the technical secretariat; firstname.lastname@example.org. One copy of this mail/abstract to PCS office for reference.
ESC CONGRESS 2018-25 FREE REGISTRATION INCLUDING 3 EDUCATIONAL GRANTS- DON’T MISS THE OFFER
This is to inform you that ESC Congress will be held in Munich from 25th August, 2018 to 29th August, 2018. PCS has received offer of 25 free registration to young attendees.
Free ESC Congress Registrations Every year, the European Society of Cardiology offers 25 free registrations to ESC Congress to young delegates of your country, in order to allow young clinicians and scientists to benefit from a strong Scientific & Educational programme, as well as to network with colleagues & peers and be inspired by global key opinion leaders.
Please compile a list of up to 25 candidates for free congress registration from your National Cardiac Society. Applicants should be no more than 35 years of age and preferably be first-time attendees of ESC Congress. Please submit the names before 22 February 2018 to email@example.com
We understand that in addition to the cost of a congress registration, the expenses incurred for travel and accommodation are significant expenses that may prevent some potential delegates from attending, even if they are offered a free registration. As a result, the ESC offers opportunities to further support the attendance of National Cardiac Society members to ESC Congress:
ESC Congress Educational Grants This offer is continued from recent years and is open to your members. They would receive a €850 travel grant, plus free registration to ESC Congress and a free ESC Professional Membership for 2018 (or 2019, if already an ESC Professional Member). Applicants can apply through the following webpage: ESC Congress Educational Grants. Grants will be awarded according to merit – for example, abstract presenters will be given credit over individuals who do not contribute with an abstract. Applications must be received ONLINE before 22 February 2018 and acceptance will be communicated in March 2018. We kindly request that you promote this opportunity to all of your members.
Basic requirements to be eligible for an ESC Educational Grant include:
- Selected applicants must be 35 year old or under, or still in training
- Selected applicants cannot have benefited from another ESC Grant (ESC Congress Educational Grant 2016 / 2017 – Basic science travel grant, etc…)
- Selected applicants must comply with the sign in/sign out requirement at the congress as proof of attendance. Payment of the grants will be processed after the congress, provided the attendance criteria are met.
We hope that these initiatives will allow more members of your National Cardiac Society, particularly the young, to benefit from a unique experience of networking and learning at ESC Congress 2018 in Munich.
The SR/Fellows in training who are interested to avail this opportunity can submit their abstracts to PCS Secretariat before 15th February, 2018. Pakistan Cardiac Society will furnish all received applications to ESC on first come first basis. The dead line to submit of abstracts to ESC is 22nd February, 2018.