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Events Calendar



This page is dedicated to events of the Council for Cardiology Practice. The Council meets officially twice a year and is involved in various workshops and scientific sessions.

The Council for Cardiology Practice presented another successful Take Home Message Session for Practitioners at the ESC Congress 2008.

Hypertension and peripheral artery disease was the topic presented by Prof. Denis Clément of Gent, Belgium. If you missed this comprehensive presentation, or would like to see it again.

Programme of the Take Home Message Session for Practitioners, ESC Congress 2008

Hypertension and peripheral diseases : D L Clement (Gent, BE)
Heart failure and hotlines : M Komajda (Paris, FR)
Risk stratification and coronary artery disease : S Silber (Munchen, DE)
Stroke and imaging : G F Gensini (Florence, IT)
Arrythmia and pacing : P.E. Vardas (Heraklion, GR)


Past Event

Round Table of the Council for Cardiology Practice, February 2008, Hamburg

Posted March 2008
What is the cost of examinations for Heart Failure patients in your country? Members of the Council for Cardiology Practice met in Hamburg and discussed the situation in their respective countries.

Data discussed at the Round Table
Does the information on the slides below reflect the situation in your country? Click on the slides to read the contents         

As a cardiologist in private practice, do you have data to share with colleagues ? Submit your article or information to be shared with other practicing cardiologists in Europe via the Council's newsletter. Contact the Council for Cardiology Practice here.