Summit on Cardiovascular, Renal and Glycemic Outcomes

18 - 19 November 2021, virtual, broadcast from Munich, Germany

Summit on Cardiovascular, Renal and Glycemic Outcomes

Welcome Message

Dear Colleagues,

On behalf of the Local Organizing Committee, we would like to invite you to the Cardiovascular Outcome Trial (CVOT) Summit 2021 on Cardiovascular, Renal and Glycemic Outcomes, which will take place as a virtual congress on 18 – 19 November. We are committed to create an outstanding meeting with highly interesting programme and an excellent international faculty.

We invite you to be part of the CVOT Summit 2021, bringing together general practitioners, diabetologists, nephrologists, and cardiologists. Over the past decade, CVOTs have tremendously impacted knowledge on diabetes mellitus and its cardiovascular and renal comorbidities – nowadays also reflected in new treatment options and updated guidelines. This year, also new treatment approaches and glycemic markers will be of particular interest. The CVOT Summit has become a well-established platform to discuss developments and opinions linked to CVOTs, and aims at building a high-level framework for future scientific exchange.

Presentations and discussions will be given by highly distinguished professionals in the field and will include topics such as new CVOT outcomes, their impact on diabetes care and new guidelines,  treatment options, and many more.

The CVOT Summit 2021 promises to be an outstanding event again. With your participation, interest and support you will highly contribute to the success of the meeting. Therefore, we would like to invite you to submit your abstracts as valuable contribution to this meeting. Submissions will be accepted until 31 August 2021. Please register for the virtual CVOT Summit 2021 here.

We look forward to meeting you year on 18 – 19 November for the CVOT Summit 2021.

 

Oliver Schnell
President Local Organizing Committee
Munich, Germany

 

Congress Organizer

Sciarc GmbH

Schorner Str. 1A
82065 Baierbrunn
Germany