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

ESC Cardiologists of Tomorrow

Participate in events and activities dedicated to the next generation of cardiologists and network with your peers.

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A wealth of opportunities for young cardiologists

The ESC young community (under 36-year old) represents the ESC’s future. Founded in 2010 with the Cardiologists of Tomorrow, its number increases year on year. They are all embedded in different ESC Constituent Bodies. Currently eight ESC young groups are supporting a broad range of cardiology fields of expertise. In 2014, more than 500 young cardiologists benefited from free ESC Congress 2014 registration, thanks to Cardiologists of Tomorrow.

NEW: e-learning in General Cardiology

Over 50 interactive courses are now available online.
They cover the first five topics of the ESC Core Curriculum.
It's free access. So don't loose time and try it now.

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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The ESC Cardiologists of Tomorrow (CoT) is the group within the ESC Young Community dedicated to general cardiology.

As young cardiologists, the CoT members help their peers to get the most of ESC Science and Education.

Don't miss the newsletter My ESC Young Community News by subscribing in your account My ESC.

Follow the CoT by joining the Linked in group ESC Cardiologists of Tomorrow. You will get noticed on webinars, courses, grants, etc.


 ESC Congress 2014   ESC Grants

Special scientific sessions for and by young cardiologists at the Congress. 

Discover special offers and activities designed for you here!

ESC TV - Cardio Stars interviews
 Boost your career thanks to a range of ESC grants!

View the list of ESC grants here

  
 Education   Young National groups
ESC eLearning platform ESC eLearning platform (ESCeL)
is an online tool enabling tracking of training in the 6 sub-specialties of Cardiology.

View the demo here
 Find out if a young cardiologists group exists within your National Cardiac Society

View the full list here


ESC Young Community - Looking to join a young group dedicated to your specialty?

There are a number of young groups within the ESC that are part of sub-specialty ESC Associations, Councils or Working Groups. Learn more and join the group that best suits your needs.

 EACVI club 35


EACVI Club 35
Discover EHRA's Young Electrophysiologists group
Young EP
 
Acute Cardiovascular Care Association
 EAPCO YOUNG logo

EAPCI YOUNG
 Scientist of tomorrow

Scientists of Tomorrow
 
ESC Working Group on Thrombosis - young group
Young Thrombosis Researchers Group
 
Coming soon
Heart Failure Association's young group

 

Last update : 14 Apr 2014