CCC 2017 October 21 - 24, 2017 - Vancouver, BC
The Canadian Cardiovascular Congress will be held on October 21-24, 2017.
The Canadian Cardiovascular Congress will be held in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Registration for CCC 2017 will open in June and is 100% online.
There will be three tiers of registration: Early, Advanced, and Regular.
You may register for Congress at any time you wish. Early registration ends at the beginning of August and the advanced rate ends in mid-September. Onsite registration begins at noon on October 20.
To register online, please have your credit card information and if you are a member of a CCC Educational Partner, please have your membership number ready.
To check in on-site, please have your ID and your confirmation email on you.
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To register at the member rate, you must be a current member of one of the CCC Educational Partners. Contact the organization directly for more information about membership policies and fees.
To have a membership number, you must be a member of one of the CCC Educational Partners.
If you are a CCS member, please log in onto my.ccs.ca to locate your membership number with your username and password. If you don’t remember your username or password, please click on “forgot my password or “forgot my user name” to reset your information. Once you are logged in, the membership number will be on the left-hand side of your profile.
Alternatively, you may also email email@example.com or call 1-877-569-3407 ext. 409 for your membership number.
If you are not a CCS member, please contact the organization directly for more information on how to retrieve your membership number.
A trainee is a specialty or sub-speciality resident or fellow (those recognized by the Royal College) or a research trainee in a doctoral/post-doctoral program.
CCS Members-in-training and Students of CCS can register for Trainee Day during the on-line registration process. Additional fees will apply.
Non-Member Trainees must first register for the Congress and then contact the Canadian Cardiovascular Society to obtain approval to attend Trainee Day. Once approved, you will be provided with a link to register and pay.
If you are a student member of CCS, go to the CCS Member registration section and register under “Students of the CCS” (please note that membership will be verified).
If you are not a member of CCS, register under the Non-Member registration section.
To obtain a Letter of Invitation, please visit our website.
- Select “Registration”
- Under “Are you a member of an educational partner organization?”, select “NO”
- Continue to Non-Member Registration
- Scroll down and select the “Letter of Invitation” Tab
- Print or save the “Letter of Invitation”
All presenters, Chairs, invited speakers, and workshop presenters must pay and register to attend Congress. Non-registered presenters and/or presenters who have not paid to attend, shall not be permitted to access the session(s) at which they are scheduled to present.
Your registration confirmation number is located in the upper right hand corner of your confirmation e-mail.
Your card may be rejected if the address verification you are entering is NOT your billing address. The address you enter must match exactly what is printed on your credit card statement. Your card may also not be accepted if you have made more than five transactions within a 24 hour period. You are NOT registered if your credit card was not accepted. If you leave the site, your information is not saved.
Since you will be paying a Canadian institution, please call your bank and verify that you are authorized to make this payment online. You are NOT registered if your credit card was not accepted. If you leave the site, your information is not saved.
Please send your modification request to the CCC Secretariat at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Substitutions may be done without penalty until October 12, 2017. Please send your substitution request to the CCC Secretariat at email@example.com. After October 12, 2017, requests for delegate substitutions will be subject to an administrative fee.
A request for registration cancellation or registration category adjustment must be sent to the CCC Secretariat at firstname.lastname@example.org. A $50 administrative fee (plus applicable taxes) will apply. Refunds will not be issued after September 21, 2017.
A housing bureau is a centralized system that instantly links delegates to a main page detailing the CCC's official hotels. From there, delegates can view information on each official CCC hotel (make comparisons) and complete their hotel room reservation based on their preferences, such as cost or proximity to venue.
You play an important role in the financial viability of the Congress. Here's how you benefit from using the Housing Bureau and booking your hotel within the block:
- Lower rates and additional services which sometimes include free internet, parking, etc.
- Short walk from your Congress-endorsed hotel to the Convention Centre
- Help the Congress avoid possible attrition penalties
You must first register for CCC 2017 to access the Housing Bureau. A link will be provided after you register. After making your hotel reservation, you will receive a confirmation from the Housing Bureau that will show the hotel and dates that you have booked.
Contact the CCC Housing Bureau at: email@example.com.
Yes you can. In your registration confirmation email, you will find a link to the Housing Bureau. You may book your hotel through the Housing Bureau at any time until the cut-off date once you are registered.
The last day to book your hotel at the Housing Bureau is mid-September.
For many years now the CCC has been Scent Free. The CCC recognizes that some people are sensitive to scented products. Perfumes and strong odours can precipitate severe reactions. Please limit the use of perfumes, scented hair spray, cologne, aftershave and other highly scented products out of respect for delegates with severe allergies.
All Accreditation related inquiries should be directed to the Canadian Cardiovascular Society via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or via telephone at 1-877-569-3407 ext. 410 (Toll Free).
Feedback should be directed via e-mail at email@example.com.
All Congress related inquiries should be directed to the Congress Secretariat via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone at 1-866-317-8461 (Toll Free).
CCC is accredited for Royal College MOC Section 1 credits. The certificate of attendance that you receive reflects the total number of CME credits for all of CCC, including accredited symposia. After CCC, you may record your learning and outcomes to the Royal College through their MAINPORT system.
Nurses attending the Canadian Council of Cardiovascular Nurses (CCCN) Scientific Program may claim it as a Continuous Learning (CL) activity towards renewal of the Canadian Nurses Association (CNA) certificate credential if it is related to their nursing specialty. Participants are responsible for obtaining a CCCN certificate of attendance as a confirmation of the CL activity, which will be available on the CCC website.
You may obtain your certificate of attendance for CCC by completing our online evaluation survey, available at www.cardiocongress.org following CCC 2017. Once you have completed the survey, you will be provided a link to receive your certificate of attendance. Delegates are encouraged to keep their congress badge as proof of attendance.
Speaker / Presenters
Presenters are not permitted to use their personal laptops in the session room. A computer will be provided in the room. Please visit the speaker ready room on site for assistance in loading your presentation and verifying any images or videos.
Scientific session and breakout rooms are equipped with a Windows based PC desktop computer, cue device with laser pointer, podium with microphone, LCD projector and screen, and a head table with two microphones. For more information, please visit the “Presenter Resources” section of our website, which will be live in July.