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Sports Cardiology Section

Cardiac screening, education and science evolution in Sports Cardiology

This section fits well within the Association as an extension of cardiac rehabilitation. A network already exists and sports cardiology is recognized as a sub-speciality. It is connected with primary and secondary prevention.

Section Nucleus

Chair: Erik Solberg (NO)
Chair-Elect: Michael Papadakis (UK)
Secretary, Hanne K. Rasmusen (DK) (interim)
Past-Chair: Sanjay Sharma (UK)

Nucleus members:

Paolo Emilio Adami (IT)
Alessandro Biffi (IT)
Stefano Caselli (IT)
Andre La Gerche (AU)
Josef Niebauer (AT)
Axel Pressler (DE)
Christian Schmied (CH)
Luis Serratosa (SP)
Frank Van Buuren (DE)


Cardiac screening recommendations to be published, and implemented in collaboration with the National Cardiac Societies

Education: curriculum on sports cardiology

Science evolution such as ECG project for athletes

Arena safety for spectators and athletes through a survey and implementation. 

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The Sports Cardiology ECG quiz

Test your knowledge with the ECG quiz prepared by experts of the EAPC Sports Cardiology Section.

How-to articles

Written by experts of the EACPR sections, to assist you in your daily practice


Access position papers and scientific statements from EAPC and its sections 


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Discover comments from EAPC experts in the field of lifestyle and cardiovascular disease prevention.

General population information