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Annual Meeting - CVTeam Competition


The uncertainty of the next ninety days has led us to serious discussions with our Disney partners and the ultimate decision to not hold the Annual Meeting in person this year. The community that comes together for one incredible weekend of education and interaction was simply not feasible.

It is now time to pivot and adapt our annual meeting from a place of in-person connection to a virtual platform that brings together our community in a different but vibrant way. 

Thank you for your support of the chapter. 


As CVT members from various disciplines we are all on the front lines of patient care. We have a wide range of experiences and expertise and we make a tremendous impact on the outcomes of our patients. We will share virtual presentations as part of FCACC Online Annual Meeting. Please submit an interesting case from the past 2 years. 

We will receive CME/CNE and presenters will go through the online ACC disclosure process.  See eligibility requirements below. Case studies will be submitted online only and must be received by July 17, 2020. 

Timing and Submission 
Case studies may represent work in progress or may have been previously submitted for publication or presentation at a national meeting in 2020. Further, case studies submitted in this competition are not precluded from submission for future publication or presentation. The competition is part of a regional meeting and, clearly, will not preclude the CVTeam member from submitting the abstract in a future endeavor. Case studies should be 250 words in length, must have taken place within the 24 months of May 1, 2020 and all patient information must be redacted. Case studies are to be submitted electronically via Oxford Abstracts by July 17 , 2020. Paper and emailed copies will not be accepted.

All adult and pediatric cardiology CV Team members (not MD or MBBS) and non-members working who are working in the state of Florida are eligible to enter the CVTeam competition (See ACC's Member Section page for more information as to who is part of the CVTeam.)

Case Study Review, Selection and Notification 
Submitted case studies will be reviewed by a Chapter panel of CV Team members. Winners will be selected and invited to present their case study as part of the Chapter's virtual annual meeting described above. Winners will be notified on or after July  24, 2020.

Four cases will be selected to be presented. If yours is one of those four, the winning case will receive a $250 American Express gift card and the runners up will each receive a $50 American Express gift card.

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