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Welcome to the European Society of Cardiology. Our mission: to reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease in Europe
 

Cardiovascular Imaging

European Association of Cardiovascular Imaging (EACVI)

To promote excellence in clinical diagnosis, research, technical development, and education in cardiovascular imaging in Europe.
Prof. J. RTC. Roelandt's obituary

Friends and ESC colleagues were deeply saddened to learn of the death of Professor Jos Roelandt, a former chairman of the ESC Working Group on Echocardiography (1976-82) and president of the Dutch Society of Cardiology (1995-97). Professor Roelandt, who was Emeritus Chairman of the Thoraxcentre, Erasmus Medical Centre in Rotterdam and a founding editor of the European Journal of Echocardiography in 1999, passed away at the end of August. The ESC sends its sincere condolences to his wife and family.

Launch of a new platform for Clinical cases
The aim of this clinical case portal is to promote and improve collaboration and knowledge sharing on cardiac imaging and related clinical experience.

Access and share exciting cases with cardiologists from all around the world, improve your knowledge in cardiac imaging modality fields
Adapting to a changing environment in research, education and technology

With medicine at a cross-roads for ‘critical change’, ESC President Professor Panos Vardas said it was ‘imperative’ for the Society to adapt to fast evolving modern environments.  Read more

‘Strongest scientific programme yet’ for ESC Congress 2014

'The ESC Congress has become the dominant scientific and educational forum in cardiology,' says Professor Keith Fox, chair of the Congress Programme Committee. 'It’s the place where the most innovative clinical and basic science studies get presented. That our meeting is now the number one international event in cardiology is underlined by higher-than-ever numbers of submissions from non-European countries.' Read more

The four young groups of the European Society of Cardiology, formed since 2010, discuss their latest activities
The four young groups of the European Society of Cardiology, formed since 2010, discuss their latest activities in the CardioPulse , EHJ 35-32.


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EACVI at a glance 

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The European Association of Cardiovascular Imaging (EACVI) has evolved into a multi-modality Association through collaboration of the former European Association of Echocardiography (EAE), the ESC Working Group on Nuclear Cardiology & Cardiac Computed Tomography (ESC WG on NC &CCT) and the ESC Working Group on Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance (ESC WG on CMR). EACVI unified structure 2014
In the new structure, the three ESC constituent bodies will work closely together on all aspects of cardiovascular imaging represented by the three entities with a particular focus on education, training and scientific initiatives.

This collaboration between specialists from Echocardiography, Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance and Nuclear Cardiology & Cardiac Computed Tomography not only reflects the importance of moving from a technology focused to more patient centric approach, but allows for better information sharing and exchange within the association. The new structure has been put in place to integrate all modalities. The committees will develop projects and implement the strategy defined by the Board. The Sections will ensure representation of their entity within the Board and the Committees. Discover the sections:

Echo Clinical Cases

Online tool aiming at improving collaboration and knowledge sharing on cardiac imaging and related clinical experience. View and submit cases 

EduCAD IHD Clinical Cases

Dedicated to young physicians/doctors, EduCAD offers clinical cases accurately selected from the EVINCI study population for training in the appropriate use of multimodal imaging technology: train in the appropriate use of multimodal imaging technology for diagnosis of ischemic heart disease.  View cases

Join the EACVI and discover the full range of benefits:

EACVI membership

  • Online Journal
  • Education and scientific resources
  • Beneficial rates at congresses, courses, certification exams and webinars
  • And much more!
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      Welcome to the CV Imaging Community!


       Industry partners acknowledgement

      We would like to thank our industry partners for their unrestricted educational grants which enable the EACVI to continue developing educational initiatives and products for the CV Imaging Community. Discover our partners.