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Prevention in your Country

Regular reports written by cardiovascular prevention experts from ESC member countries

The EACPR publishes CVD prevention reports to facilitate the sharing of best practice and inspire health professionals in the field of preventive cardiology.


 

Country of the Month

The overall objective of this initiative is to facilitate implementation of CVD prevention by providing web-based information on prevention among the ESC member states and to inspire both national coordinators and others in the field of preventive cardiology.  Every other month, two countries will be highlighted, providing full reports and detailed analysis of the state of CVD prevention and rehabilitation in those countries.

This is an EACPR Prevention Implementation Committee (PIC) initiative, chaired by Prof. Joep Perk. 

February 2015 countries of the month: Portugal and Spain

Previous country reports:

Russia and Kazakhstan
Israel (Oct 2013) and Turkey
Germany and Iceland (Dec 2013)
Ireland and the Netherlands (Feb 2014)
Estonia and Sweden (April 2014)
Bulgaria and Poland (June 2014)
Latvia and Lithuania (August 2014)
Egypt and Lebanon (October 2014)

National Coordinators

61 NCPCs have been appointed by the Presidents of National Cardiac Societies in ESC member countries: 

  • To facilitate the endorsement, adaptation, translation and publication of the European Guidelines on CVD Prevention
  • To coordinate the development of CVD Prevention tools at national level
  • To liaise with the country’s Ministry of Health representatives
  • To build national multi-disciplinary professional alliances and a close collaboration with relevant national societies in the field of CVD prevention
  • To act as a direct and privileged contact for the EACPR 

View the interactive map to access full reports on the 'country of the month' initiative.  The overall objective of this initiative is to facilitate implementation of CVD prevention by providing web-based information on prevention among the ESC member states and to inspire both national coordinators and others in the field of preventive cardiology. 

2 NCPC's elected members of the Prevention Implementation Committee:
Two National CVD Prevention Coordinators have been elected to represent the NCPC community within the EACPR Prevention Implementation Committee (PIC):

Professor Helmut Gohlke         
NCPC Germany                         
View the CV

Professor Yaakov Henkin
NCPC Israel
View the CV

The engagement of two NCPC members in the committee is seen as an important strategic step to enhance the cooperation with all national coordinators around Europe and thus strengthen the effectiveness of the committee.
Learn more about the Prevention Implementation Committee (PIC).

List of all National CVD Prevention Coordinators:

Professor Artan Goda, FESC (Albania)
to be confirmed (Algeria)
Dr Parounak A. Zelveian (Armenia)
Professor Otto Traindl (Austria)
Dr Ulviya Zakiyeva (Azerbaijan)
Dr Volha Paulava (Belarus)
Professor Johan H A J  De Sutter, FESC (Belgium)
Professor Mirza Dilic FESC Assoc. Professor Dusko Vulic, FESC (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Doctor Evgeni Goshev (Bulgaria)
Professor Davor Milicic, FESC (Croatia)
Dr Pambis Nicolaides, FESC (Cyprus)
Dr Renata Cifkova, FESC (Czech Republic)
Dr Albert Joensen (Denmark)
Professor Mohamed Sobhy, FESC Professor Ihab Attia (Egypt)
Professor Margus Viigimaa, FESC (Estonia)
Professor Seppo Lehto (Finland)
Dr Marie-Christine Iliou (France)
Dr Zurab Klimiashvili (Georgia)
Professor Helmut Gohlke, FESC, Professor Ulrich Keil, FESC (Germany)
Assistant Professor Konstantinos Tsioufis, FESC (Greece)
Professor Istvan Czuriga, FESC (Hungary)
Professor Karl Andersen, FESC (Iceland)
Dr Siobhan Jennings, Dr Angie Brown (Ireland)
Professor Yaakov Henkin (Israel)
Dr Pompilio Faggiano Professor Salvatore Novo, FESC (Italy)
Assoc. Professor Kairat Davletov (Kazakhstan)
Assoc. Professor Saamai Abilova (Kyrgyzstan)
Dr Vilnis Dzerve, FESC (Latvia)
Dr Georges Saade, FESC (Lebanon)
Dr Omar Msalam, FESC (Libya)
Professor Rimvydas Slapikas, FESC (Lithuania)
Dr Charles Delagardelle (Luxembourg)
Assist. Prof. Nela Kostova (Macedonia, FYR of)
Dr Myra Tilney (Malta)
Professor Ljilja Music (Montenegro)
Professor Mhamed Arharbi (Morocco)
to be confirmed (Moldova, Republic of)
Professor Jaap Willem Deckers, FESC Doctor Roderik A. Kraaijenhagen (Netherlands)
Dr Anders Hovland (Norway)
Associate Professor Piotr Jankowski (Poland)
Assistant Professor Evangelista Casimiro Rocha (Portugal)
Dr Iulia Daniela Kulcsar, FESC Professor Dan Gaita, FESC (Romania)
Professor Sergey Boytsov (Russian Federation)
Dr Liano Marinelli FESC (San Marino, Republic of)
Dr Vojislav Giga Professor Miodrag Ostojic,  FESC (Serbia)
Associate Professor  Gabriel Kamensky, FESC (Slovak Republic)
Dr Zlatko Fras, FESC (Slovenia)
Dr Regina Dalmau Gonzàlez-Gallarza (Spain)
Dr Anna Kiessling (Sweden)
Professor François Mach (Switzerland)
Professor Abdallah Mahdhaoui (Tunisia)
Professor Dilek Ural Professor Meral Kayikcioglu (Turkey)
Professor Elena Nesukay (Ukraine)
Dr Bernard Prendergast (United Kingdom)

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