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Scientific Sessions 2017

Scientific Sessions: November 11–15

Resuscitation Science Symposium: November 11–13

Anaheim, California

Registration Information
Watch this space for 2017 Registration information



Abstract Submission
Abstract submissions open in April 2017.



Why Submit to Scientific Sessions?

Opportunity for Publication:

  • Accepted abstracts are published in Circulation, an American Heart Association journal. Circulation continues to be top-ranked for total cites, Impact Factor, 5-Year Impact Factor, Article Influence® Score, and Eigenfactor® Score among 123 journals in the Cardiac & Cardiovascular Systems and 60 journals in the Peripheral Vascular Disease subject categories, according to the 2015 Journal Citation Reports® Science Edition (Thomson Reuters, 2015).

Member Benefits:

  • Member benefits include more than $160,000.00 in council awards and travel grants available to professional members, early career investigators, trainees and students submitting abstracts to Scientific Sessions. View the Awards & Lectures available for Scientific Sessions. For more membership benefits year-round, visit our Professional Membership page.

Global Reach:

  • 2016 abstracts were featured in Circulation, Associated Press, TIME magazine, The New York Times, USA Today, NBC News, Fox News, BBC, MSNBC.com, Reuters wire service and U.S. News & World Report.
  • In all, there were more than 4.9 billion media impressions for Scientific Sessions 2016, with more than 345 million impressions made from news-related social media events.
  • Discuss your study findings with 17,000 attendees from over 100 countries on-site, and share your findings with more than 2.5 million virtual attendees.

Embargo Policy

Abstracts and presentations are embargoed for release at date and time of presentation or time of AHA news event. Written embargoed information cannot be shared with anyone but one-on-one embargoed media interviews can be conducted as long as the reporter agrees to abide by the embargo policy. Failure to honor embargo policies will result in the abstract being withdrawn and barred from presentation. View the complete AHA/ASA General Embargo Policies.