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EACVI Communities

Non-Invasive Imaging

The EACVI is the central voice for the Cardiovascular Imaging community in Europe and plays a leadership role in the Cardiovascular Imaging world.
Creating and maintaining strong links with the European Working Groups, Sister Societies and Affiliated Countries are essential for sharing and implementing the latest research and technical developments, as well as harmonising the standards of excellence.


An extensive international network of:

  • Over 100 European National Societies & Working Groups of non invasive Cardiovascular Imaging.
  • Over 20 Affiliated Sister Societies in North and South America, Asia and the Middle East.
  • Over 50 National HIT Ambassadors
    The EACVI has developed a dynamic group of national Ambassadors who are part of the Heart Imagers of Tomorrow (HIT). Representing the voice of their young community, they encourage its expansion within their country.
  • Directory of Cardiovascular Imaging Laboratories
    The EACVI has compiled a comprehensive directory of European centres specialised in Cardiovascular Imaging to assist professionals in finding opportunities to further their careers.

Areas of collaboration

  • Education
  • Research
  • Scientific documents
  • Joint teaching courses and sessions
  • World Summit on Echocardiography (next edition 2017)
  • EACVI National Societies Summit
  • Special membership offer at EACVI congresses
  • Laboratory accreditation
  • Cross promotion