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  • To review the status of evidence-based recommendations for the use of different imaging modalities in the management of CVDs including SPECT, PET, echocardiography, CT and MRI;
  • To review the latest advances and developments in cardiac imaging;
  • To reflect on the importance and future of integrated cardiovascular imaging approaches
  • To deliver supportive ‘know-how’ via continuing medical education programmes in the field, including information on the relative merits and limitations of each imaging modality;
  • To reflect on the impact of COVID-19 on the diagnosis of heart conditions, and on the role of medical imaging in the assessment of cardiovascular complications due to COVID;
  • To interact with all professionals involved in the management of CVDs and provide them with state-of-the-art information on cardiac imaging; and
  • To identify challenges and trends, as well as the role of the IAEA and other professional organizations in addressing these.


Nuclear medicine physicians, Radiologists, Cardiologists,  Radiochemists/Radiopharmacists, Medical physicists,  Technologists/Radiographers, Other practitioners and scientists working in all aspects of cardiac imaging


Submission of abstracts through IAEA-INDICO

30 April 2022

Submission of Form B (together with Form A) through the InTouch+ platform

30 April 2022

Submission of Form C (together with Form A) through the InTouch+ platform

30 April 2022

Notification of acceptance of abstracts for oral or poster presentation

End of July 2022

Submission of Form A only (no paper submission, no grant request) through the InTouch+ platform

No deadline 

IAEA, Vienna
Vienna International Centre A-1400 Vienna, Austria

Scientific Secretaries:

Ms Diana Paez

Ms Miriam Mikhail-Lette

Nuclear Medicine and Diagnostic Imaging Section

Division of Human Health

Department of Nuclear Sciences and Applications



Administration and Organisation:

Ms Julie Zellinger

Conference Services Section

Division of Conference and Document Services

Department of Management

IAEA-CN-304; EVT2005413