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Patient centric care

Access Heartscore, the interactive online tool for predicting and managing the risk of heart attack and stroke in Europe, available in 17 different languages.

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Your education in preventive cardiology

Discover the EACPR educational offer, including 25 online courses that are interactive, case based and cover prevention, rehabilitation and sports cardiology.

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Support for your project from the experts

Want to increae your chance of having an abstract accepted at a leading congress or printed in a leading journal? Send your research project to an EACPR mentor to get expert advice and support and ensure your work makes the grade.

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  • Up and coming in cardiology

    Discover the winners of EuroPRevent 2015 Young Investigator Awards and meet all the contenders who presented exceptional new science from across the world, including Germany, Japan, the UK and Canada. The Young Investigator Awards competition is designed for presenters who are 35 or under - the faces of the future presenting today's latest science.


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  • An outstanding contribution

    Professor Sanjay Sharma was awarded the 1st Viviane Conraads Outstanding Achievement Award for Established Researchers at EuroPRevent 2015 in Lisbon for his achievements and significant contributions in the field of Sports Cardiology. A Professor of Inherited Cardiac Diseases and Sports Cardiology Sanjay Sharma is also Head of Cardiac Research Center, St George’s University of London since 2010. 



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  • Even Olympic athletes have cardiac abnormalities and may be at risk of cardiovascular disease

    Even athletes whose performance and fitness are at the very highest level may have life-threatening cardiovascular abnormalities. Indeed, a study of more than 2000 athletes eligible for the summer and winter Olympic games and screened for cardiovascular health has now revealed an unexpectedly high prevalence of cardiovascular conditions, some of which were considered as very serious threats to health.(1)

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  • Exercise, however modest, found progressively beneficial to the elderly

    Even exercise of short duration and low intensity has life expectancy benefits for the elderly. Such conclusions have been well examined in the general population, where a recommended exercise programme of 30 minutes at least five days a week (or 150 minutes per week) has been shown to reduce the average risk of death by 30%. However, such a correlation between the level of physical activity and risk of death has not been so clearly determined in the elderly. Indeed, most physical activity guidelines are the same for the middle-aged adults as for the elderly, even though it is estimated that over 60% of the elderly are unable to achieve this same level of exercise.

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  • Recommended levels of activity rarely achieved in busy workplace environment

    Even a busy job may not provide enough exercise to meet current activity recommendations for the prevention of cardiovascular disease, according to a study reported today at the EuroPRevent congress in Lisbon.

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  • Learn and be inspired

    New prevention reports for Malta and the UK!

    “Malta and the UK may differ in size but certainly not in a strong commitment to cardiovascular health. Be inspired by their creative initiatives to promote prevention and rehabilitation!” Joep Perk, EACPR Prevention Implementation Committee Chair.

    Read the reports from Malta and the UK, brought to you by the European Association for Cardiovascular Prevention & Rehabilitation.

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  • Europe’s policy makers call for action on industrially produced trans fatty acids in foods in the European Union

    The impact of industrially produced trans fatty acids (TFAs) on the health of citizens in the European Union (EU) will be debated today by Members of the European Parliament (MEPs), representatives of the European Commission and WHO Europe.

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  • How hot's your prevention knowledge?

    Discover the latest EACPR prevention quizzes and test your knowledge!

    Cardioplumonary exercie testing: 66 year-old male with exertional dyspnoea

    Sports cardiology: Incidental findings in cardiovascular pre-participation screening programmes

    Take part in live quizzes on the EACPR stand during EuroPRevent in Lisbon from 14 to 16 May!


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EuroPRevent 2015

EuroPRevent 2015, the leading international congress in preventive cardiology, opened it's doors in Lisbon. Over 1 200 delegates will be attending sessions including EACPR Masterclasses, How to sessions and 'Stress - public health enemy number 1?' If you can't be there, follow the congress online.

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Become an EACPR member

By joining the EACPR you will be part of the most efficient and interactive cardiovascular epidemiology, prevention and rehabilitation network! Over 4,000 health professionals are already members of the EACPR.

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