Daily Cardiology Academy is honored to announce the details of “Young Cardiologists award 1402” to once again pursue its aim of promoting excellence in cardiovascular education.
This prestigious award has been designed to persuade our young cardiologist colleagues to take part in advancing the quality of cardiovascular education by taking action and producing educational material themselves.
This grand award will go to the young cardiologist who produces the most outstanding presentation of an interesting real-life clinical case managed by themselves or as a team of which they have been a member.
“Young Cardiologist” definition
“Young Cardiologist” consists of all cardiologists, residents or fellowships of cardiology who were born on 1361/1/1 and after
Case scenario guideline
- The scenario has to be about one of the real-life cases managed by the young cardiologist themselves or as a team of which they have been a member.
- It has to have interesting and educational characteristics making it notable for a scientific presentation.
- The general principles of a scientific presentation must be observed by the contestants.
- The case scenario must focus on the medical treatment of cardiovascular diseases and discussing the details of interventional and surgical procedures should be avoided.
- The privacy of the patients must be respected through observing the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) available for review from here: (https://www.cdc.gov/phlp/publications/topic/hipaa.html)
- The presentation has to be up to 10 minutes in length and up to 100 MB in size.
- The file must only be submitted in MP4 video format via the submission page and the files sent via other means (email etc.) will not be accepted.
- All slides must be written in English and the voice-over must be in Farsi
- The image quality is very important. Therefore, the presentations with indecipherable or faded writings or pictures will be rejected
- Only the first page of all presentations must include the name and affiliation of the presenter.
Peer Review process
The contestants have to submit their cases before Khordad 15th 1402.
• After the deadline is due, the scientific board of Daily Cardiology Academy will begin reviewing the submitted presentations and choose the ones eligible for further consideration based on their adherence to the case scenario guideline provided above.
• These cases will be uploaded on the Daily Cardiology website and users can rate them via a pre-designed voting system for two weeks.
• Based on both the user ratings and the scientific board conclusion, the most outstanding presentations will enter the final round of review.
• A 4-person committee of distinguished senior cardiologists including Dr. Bahram Aminian, Dr. Seyed Hashem Sezavar, Dr. Mehdi Shishehbor, and Dr. Roxana Mehran will be judging the live, in-person presentations of the contestants during the main event and decide the young cardiologist entitled to the prestigious “Daily Cardiology Academy’s Young Cardiologist” award.
Deadline for submission
You have to submit your files until the end of Khordad 15th 1402.
Thank you for your participation, the submission portal has been closed. The results of initial review will be available soon.
Thank you for your participation, the submission portal has been closed. The results of initial review will be available soon
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I submit a case that has been previously published elsewhere?
Yes! Considering that Daily Cardiology is not a medical journal, there is no limitation if you have published your case before or you are going to publish it in the future.
Dose the case have to be rare and complicated one?
No! your case has to have educational and interesting points which can easily be found in routine cases. It is your manner of presentation that makes it interesting, not the case alone.
Can I present a case with a group of my colleagues?
No! every contestant must present one case alone. As a team member, you are allowed to pay contributes to your team members who helped you manage the case by mentioning their name at the start or the end of your presentation.
How can I make a video file of my presentation?
Easily! You can use Microsoft Powerpoint for making your slides and use Camtasia to record your screen and voice to produce a video file in the end. If you’re having problems doing this, contact us via email@example.com with the title “I need Help with my YCA presentation”
What is HIPAA?!
HIPAA is a regulation issued by world medical authorities to protect the privacy of the patients and their data. In order to observe HIPAA in this contest, all patient data including name, ID number, address, the name of hospital or physician stamps must be omitted from the media used in the presentation.
Does it suffice if only present the case?
No! our expert panel looks for your ability to produce a scientific presentation and talking about the process of reaching a diagnosis and choosing the method for treatment.
How many people have participated? Do I even stand a chance?!
Of course! No matter how many presentations we receive, we will review every one with care and attention to pick the best of them. So, don’t think about the number of contestants. Get to work now!
What does “under 40 years” exactly mean?
If you were born on 1/1/1361 and after that, open your laptop and double click on Powerpoint now!
Young Cardiologist Award 1402 Introduction video by A. Yahyavi, MD
Young Cardiologist Award 1402 Introduction video by Dr. Shishehbor
Young Cardiologist Award 1402 Introduction video by Dr. Sezavar
Young Cardiologist Award 1402 Introduction video by Dr. Aminian
Young Cardiologist Award 1402 poster motion
The chief scientific advisor of Daily Cardiology Symposium 1401, Dr. Ghanavati’s inspirational words about the young cardiologist award.
Give an outstanding presentation and you’re off to Barcelona for ESC congress 2022. That’s all it takes! get to work now! ??✈️
Young cardiologist award panelist, Dr. Mehran’s inspirational words to our younger colleagues
Dr. Riahi’s instagram live to answer FAQs about the young cardiologist award