Clinical Meetings

Creating educational opportunities which empower our membership to achieve excellence in cardiovascular care and intervention is a core CAIC-ACCI value. Our clinical meetings are constructed by our community for our community, are highly inclusive and collaborative.


SUMMIT 2023 - April 21 - 22

To: Canadian Interventional Cardiology Community

The 2023 CAIC-ACCI Summit will take place on Friday, April 21 & Saturday 22 in Montreal, QC. The Fairmont Queen Elizabeth Hotel has been secured for the meeting and meeting directors have initiated agenda discussions.

The target audience for Summit includes any physician or surgeon with an interest in minimally invasive coronary or structural heart disease interventions. Structural and Coronary agendas will run concurrently over the two day meeting and attendees are free to participate in any session of interest. Both agendas are currently being constructed and will be available for review shortly.
All staff will be charged a $200 registration fee, at the conclusion of the meeting staff will receive a $1200 stipend in order to offset travel costs associated with attending. There is no charge for Fellows to register for the meeting but are not eligible for the stipend.

Should you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact Kevin McKenzie by email ([email protected]) or phone (902-478-7100).

David Wood, Sam Radhakrishnan, Anita Asgar, Janar Sathananthan, Nico Piazza, Samer Mansour, Andrea Lavoie, Mina Madan & Vlad Džavík

CAIC-ACCI Fellows' Course
September 15, 16 & 17, 2023

The 2023 CAIC-ACCI Fellows' Course will take place on September 15, 16 and 17 in Toronto, Ontario. We will once again deliver the course at The DoubleTree by Hilton Downtown (108 Chestnut Street). Further information will be communicated as we close on the 2023 date.

CanCTO Meeting - September 22 - 23

The 2023 CanCTO meeting will take place in Toronto, Ontario and is specifically designed for operators with an interest in CTO and Complex PCI (e.g. intracoronary imaging, calcium modification, hemodynamic support and bifurcations). The two-day agenda features simulator workshops, hands-on training with industry support, multiple live cases featuring Panel discussion / debate and interactive presentations. CanCTO will provide a practical, hands-on educational experience.

CanCTO Organizing Committee:

Dr. Ram Vijayaraghavan; Dr. Sanjit Jolly; Dr. Allison Hall; Dr. Akshay Bagai; Dr. Basem Elbarouni; Dr. Sanjog Kalra & Dr. Samer Mansour

The reference for the development and delivery of Interventional Cardiovascular care in Canada and beyond.