Search    GO ›
Home // Congress & Events

World Congress of Cardiology & Cardiovascular Health

Abstract submission for WCC 2016 is now open! Don't miss the opportunity to present your work to world leaders in heart health
Submission open 14 September - 28 October 2015

The World Congress of Cardiology & Cardiovascular Health (WCC) is the official congress of the World Heart Federation and is held every two years. Through the WCC, the World Heart Federation offers an international stage for the latest developments in science and public policy in the field of cardiovascular health. It strives to spread the message that through individual, community and patient-care interventions, the growing epidemic of cardiovascular disease in developing countries can be prevented.

The World Congress of Cardiology & Cardiovascular Health:

  • Is THE global platform for cardiologists and public health specialists to share knowledge and exchange ideas as well as network with their peers
  • Has an outstanding line-up of world-leading expert speakers and a scientific programme containing new scientific and public health policy abstracts
  • Reaches the maximum number of healthcare providers by integrating national and regional congresses
  • Focuses on the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of CVD
  • Adapts international learning’s to low-resource settings and shares clinical evidence and policy-based strategies that work in them

The next World Congress of Cardiology & Cardiovascular Health will take place in Mexico City from 4-7 June 2016.

The last World Congresses of Cardiology were held in Buenos Aires, Argentina from 18-21 May 2008, Beijing, China from 16-19 June 2010, Dubai, United Arab Emirates from 18-21 April 2012 and Melbourne, Australia from 4-7 May 2014,.

Tobacco free policy
Tobacco smoking is a major cause of preventable early death throughout the world. Cigarette smokers have almost double the risk of dying from coronary heart disease compared with non-smokers. Exposure of non-smokers to environmental tobacco smoke is increasingly suspected as being a cause of coronary heart disease.
The World Heart Federation is active globally in reducing the prevalence of smoking. Workplaces, community, health care, educational institutions, food industry, health professionals and Governments are important settings for implementing this policy.
All premises occupied by the World Heart Federation must be smoke-free. The WCC Congress Committees thank all participants and exhibitors for not smoking in the congress venue and its immediate surroundings at all times.

Submit your abstract for WCC 2016!

Open 14 September 2015 to 28 October 2015