In order to bring you the best possible user experience, this site uses Javascript. If you are seeing this message, it is likely that the Javascript option in your browser is disabled. For optimal viewing of this site, please ensure that Javascript is enabled for your browser.
Two columns page  

EURObservational Research Programme

Europe needs reliable data on cardiovascular (CV) disease and the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) is the body which should provide such data. Registries are essential to assess CV epidemiology, diagnostic/therapeutic processes and adherence to Guidelines.

In 2000 the European Society of Cardiology started the Euro Heart Survey programme with the objective to assess adherence to Guidelines in Cardiology.

In 2009 the EURObservational Research Programme (EORP) was launched. The aim of this programme of registries is to provide a better understanding of medical practice, based on observational data collected with more robust methodological procedures.

EORP Structure and Organisation


 

The EORP in figures

  • 20 different registries
  • more than 1 000 centres with 70 000 patients
  • more than 100 publications from EHS/EORP
  • Today, over 70 countries are already participating in at least one study & we invite you to join!

The main features of the EURObservational Research Programme

  • Use of appropriate methodological procedures
  • Network of volunteer centres appointed by ESC constituent bodies
  • Use on-line electronic Case Report Form (CRF) allowing user friendly web based data entry
  • Full involvement of the ESC National Societies (NS) and relevant ESC Constituent Bodies

Clinical Cardiology Registries

General to assess the management of diseases of major impact in terms of incidence. These registries will provide epidemiological data and provide reports on the application of clinical practice guidelines recommendations.

Sentinel to assess the impact of interventional procedures and imaging techniques.

Special to assess epidemiology and management of rarer conditions as arising critical issues in terms of public health (severity of the disease, stringent clinical needs, costs).

Prevention to assess cardiovascular risk factors epidemiology and prevention measures.

Ongoing and Planned Registries

 

Please contact us if you require more information concerning our activities

Results from completed EORP studies are published in the European Heart Journal as well as other major scientific reviews. 

If you are already registered as a participant in the EORP programme,  you may connect to our secure website: http://www.eorp.org


 

Back to top

Who we are

What we do

More ESC

How we work