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The ESC Cardiologists of Tomorrow initiative is a platform dedicated to young cardiologists to get in touch with their peers and to keep them informed about what's happening in the field of Cardiology!
Spanish Society of Cardiology President Dr Gonzalez-Juanatey explains why ESC Congress coming to Barcelona is good news for Spanish cardiology and what's hot at ESC Congress 2014 - other than the sunshine! Read the interviewRegister online until 31 July and save up to 90 Euros.Download the ESC 2014 Mobile App to create your personal planner!
‘Diagnostic conundrums in Sports Cardiology - Trabeculations of the athlete's heart'- Review the case- Study the ECG and accompanying videos- Provide your answers to the multiple choice questionsTake the quiz now!
Watch Lars Rydén and Peter Grant presenting ansd discussing about patient cases with diabetes and cardiovascular diseases.
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From anatomy, physiology and health benefits to cardiac safety at sports facilities including sudden death in sports, these online courses and will enable you to:- Gain in-depth knowledge in that specialty- Test your knowledge with a series of MCQs- Improve your patients’ outcome in your daily practice Access to the EACPR course catalogue is free for EACPR members!
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