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Alberto-Luis Fernandez-Oliver

CCNAP Education Committee Member



Dear colleagues,

My name is Alberto-Luis Fernandez-Oliver and I am working in the University Clinic Hospital Virgen de la Victoria de Malaga (Spain). 

I have been working in Cardiovascular Area since 1995, in Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery Unit, and from 2008 to the present in EP – Arrhythmia Lab Unit.

I have an official Master Degree in New Trends Research in Health Sciences and a Master Degree in physical activity and health, both rated in European higher education. 

In addition to these I have specialised in following areas:

  • Expert in management of nursing services
  • Specialist in psychiatry
  • Degree in Acupuncture

My fields of interest are health education, nursing care in cardiology, research in health sciences, cardiac rehabilitation, and electrophysiology and arrhythmias, mainly.

My role as Education Committee Member

  • To gather and exchange information regarding education, research and activities by international networking and to design and co-ordinate scientific research.
  • To promote and organise research and education for cardiac nurses.
  • Also to establish appropriate recommendations for the ESC regarding the field of cardiovascular nursing via the nucleus of the Council, to organise and participate in educational activities and to collaborate and work in partnership with other Councils, Working Groups within the ESC, National Societies of Cardiac Nurses and the American Heart Association's Council on Cardiovascular Nursing. 

Alberto-Luis Fernandez-Oliver