We are delighted to announce that Educational Webcasts and Video Podcasts of educational conferences presented at the 79th Congress of EAS that was held in Gothenburg, Sweden on June 26-29, 2011 are now freely available, as open access presentations.
These webcasts feature key conferences from the Plenary sessions, from the educational symposia supported by the Society's Corporate Partners and from the special lectures on hot topics. These presentations by internationally renowned scientists and clinicians can be accessed from home/office computers and even on iPod Video, iPhone or iPad.
In order to access webcasted presentations and video podcasts, you need to register by clicking on Register Now. Registration is free of charge, and you need only register once. On registration a log in will be sent to the email address you provide. Use the log in to sign in at the top right hand side of this page.
Once signed in, click on LIST OF PRESENTATIONS, to browse the presentations by Session, Speaker, Video Podcast and PowerPoint presentations.
In this Educational Webcast/Video Podcast, you will be able to view full multimedia presentations (laser pointer movements of the speakers, PowerPoint animations, embedded video files and more...).
To access the presentation through the new "TALKS on the GO" iPhone/iPad/iPod Webcast App, please visit www.talksonthego.com or download it through the App Store by doing a search for: Talks on the Go (Latest version 1.1.0 of the Application approved by Apple Inc. on July 14th features an advanced Search Engine giving results by relevance according to slide content).
Once installed on your device, simply enter your username and password.
If you have any difficulties accessing the webcasted presentations or downloading the video podcast, please contact the Multiwebcast Support Team at firstname.lastname@example.org
We would like to thank all of our distinguished speakers for their valuable support in making this webcast possible, and we very much hope that our audience will appreciate this new educational initiative from EAS.
M. John Chapman, Ph.D., D.Sc., FESC.
European Atherosclerosis Society