Save the date for Stent – Save a Life! FORUM 2020 and join us to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the global initiative!

As every year, right before the EuroPCR conference, Stent – Save a Life! will be hosting its annual Forum meeting on Monday 18th May 2020 at the Palais des Congrès in Paris.

Why should you join?

Because you can make a difference! The Stent – Save a Life! Forum serves as a platform for you to discuss among your peers on how to improve the access of your patients with ST-elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) to guideline adherent therapy in your region. It is an excellent opportunity to exchange experiences and share best practices in the management of your patients.

The Stent – Save a Life! Forum is also an excellent opportunity for all physicians and allied health professionals interested in STEMI care to meet the Stent – Save a Life! Country Champions, Project Managers, Committee Members, supporters and friends of the initiative. You are very much welcome!

Stent - Save a Life! 2019 Annual Forum

What to expect?

The scientific programme is currently in preparation under the leadership of the Stent – Save a Life! Regional Champions of Africa. A preliminary version will be released shortly on the Stent – Save a Life! website.

You should consider attending the Stent – Save a Life! Forum if you wish to:

  1. Understand how the Stent – Save a Life! global STEMI network works to improve patients’ access to best possible medical care
  2. Exchange with experts and peers on how you can initiate or manage a national STEMI programme in your country
  3. Discuss with experienced Country Champions and Project Managers about challenges for STEMI care and how to address them

Meanwhile, please already mark your calendar and sign-up now for the event – the registration deadline is April 20th – by emailing Stent – Save a Life! at

Looking forward to seeing you in Paris!


Stent - Save a Life!

The Stent – Save a Life! global initiative aims to improve the delivery of care and patient access to the life saving indications of primary percutaneous coronary intervention (p-PCI), thereby reducing mortality and morbidity in patients suffering from acute coronary syndromes (ACS).


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