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EACPR Board - Treasurer

Stamatis Adamopoulos

Vision Statement l CV

“The EACPR seeks to promote the principles and best practice of cardiovascular disease primary and secondary prevention and rehabilitation and contribute to continuing professional development and training. To fulfill its professional role EACPR needs financial support from various sources as well as rational allocation of its assets to a variety of reciprocating activities at a national and international level. To this end, sponsoring rehabilitation programs and prevention campaigns as well as guidelines and multicenter trials are considered urgent priorities.

How to attract money

  • Source: European Society of Cardiology
    Optimization of the ESC assets in prevention and rehabilitation
  • Source: European Union
    Encouragement of multinational projects aiming to extract money out of EU budget dedicated to studies in the field of epidemiology, prevention, rehabilitation or sports cardiology. Careful evaluation of funding possibilities and deadlines.
  • Source: Annual EACPR congress
    Careful organization of a productive annual meeting of our Association.
  • Source: Industry
    Efforts to convince industry headquarters that promotion of their products can be achieved, also, by pure scientific activities of our Association. Organization of “workshops” sponsored by industry, possibly at the Heart House. Encourage industry membership of EACPR at a specified registration fee.
  • Increase membership initiatives, encourage wider participation and possibly introduce a membership fee. In requesting a membership fee, however, we must have a specific membership package in mind, which will be discussed methodically in the newly born board and after thorough discussions with all our members.”