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Membership

Membership of ESC Working Groups is free.



Candidates

Candidates for the Working Group on Cardiovascular Pharmacotherapy should be:

  • Specialists in at least one of the following fields: Cardiology, Pharmacology, Internal Medicine, Paediatrics.
  • Particularly interested and/or active in the field of Cardiovascular Pharmacotherapy, as documented by a number of relevant publications in the field.
  • Willing to cooperate actively with and within the Working Group according to its Aims and Activities.

How to apply?

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Please fill in the required information and submit a brief curriculum vitae including relevant references.

The Chairperson will present the applications from suitable new members to the Nucleus for ratification.
Unsuitable applicants (as far as formal requirements are concerned) may be rejected by the Nucleus. In this case, the applicant will be notified by email but there is no obligation to give him/her reasons.


ESC Membership & Fellowship

You are automatically a Member of the European Society of Cardiology if you belong to a Working Group. Therefore you benefit from several advantages.

The Fellowship of the European Society of Cardiology is an outstanding honour recognising distinguished scientific, professional, educational or teaching achievements.
More information about ESC fellowship and related privileges