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Guidelines reproduction policy



Requirements for the production of materials or products related to the European Guidelines on CVD Prevention in clinical practice.

The European Society of Cardiology encourages and welcomes translations of the Guidelines on CVD Prevention into domestic languages; as well as the development, production and use of derived materials to support the implementation of the European Guidelines on CVD Prevention in Clinical Practice, written by the 5th Joint European Societies Task Force on CVD Prevention.

Are the 2012 CVD Prevention Guidelines endorsed in your country? Check the ESC Guidelines endorsement map.

Reproduction requests

Please read the policy aimed at protecting the intellectual rights of the guidelines and ensuring its correct use.

Reproduction request for publication concerning the European Guidelines on CVD Prevention in Clinical Practice are handled by Oxford University Press (OUP). Please visit the OUP rights and permissions page.