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Welcome from PROGRESS 2020 Chairmen
Rome is once again waiting for you during the fascinating Christmas period, to attend the XIX Edition of:
A “Case-Report” Meeting on Pacing and Electrophysiology
An impressive International KOL Faculty will present to you difficult and controversial Clinical Cases focusing on the most modern diagnostic and therapeutical technologies and their final outcome
SAVE THE DATE in your agenda
3-5 DECEMBER 2020
ERGIFE CONGRESS CENTER (Via Aurelia, 619, Rome)
SEND AN ABSTRACT to be presented ORALLY or as a POSTER BEFORE SEPTEMBER 11TH, 2020 (submission soon available)
We look forward to meeting you in Rome for this exciting scientific event.
Massimo Santini, MD
Luca Santini, MD
What PCP Participants think about us
Angelo De Rosa
Rhythm Management EMEA Boston Scientific,,
“Since the beginning, Progress in Clinical Pacing has been a great place where to learn and debate how innovation in the arrhythmology sector can create value for physicians and patients. In a challenging healthcare market, in-depth medical education around new technologies will play a much bigger role moving forward.”
Moscow State University,,
“Progress in Clinical Pacing is great! It has given a chance to the youngsters in electrophysiology to present their signs of professional growing since 1984. Actually, I am one of them (used to be). It is obvious to me that, what a wonderful School is a consequence of the heavy and hard work of a huge team of professionals, associates and organizers but an inspirational role of professor Massimo Santini is beyond praise. 33 years is a symbol! Age of maturity and at the same time, the symbol of the new time to Progress!”
Prof. Alan Bulava
Ceske Budejovice Hospital,,
“Since the very beginning of its existence, Progress in Clinical Pacing has focused on novel treatment approaches and high-tech advancements. The tremendous historic success of this congress has vaulted it to a position of prominence and distinction.“
Progress in Clinical Pacing has been always and still is a great opportunity to foster virtuos scientific networks among EPs and a tremendous learning platform for young cardiologists.