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

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...and keep up with your Continuing Medical Education (CME) at your own pace!

You will find here a selection of educational products such as webinars, online courses, clinical cases and resources, designed to help you diversify your CME activities online!

Webinar recording: Managing device system infections: clinical cases
This webinar provides comprehensive knowledge about the clinical management of pacemaker and ICD patients with local and systemic device infections. Issues concerning the diagnostic work-up, timing of extraction and re-implantation, and care of device-dependent patients will be discussed.
Access the recording (restricted to 2014 EHRA members).
ESC webinar: The new ESC Guidelines on myocardial revascularisation: Percutaneous or surgery for my patients?

Stephan Windecker and Jean Marco discuss the new ESC Guidelines on myocardial revascularisation: Percutaneous or surgery for my patients?
Watch this webinar to help you to develop an answer to the question: "What is the best myocardial revascularisation strategy for each patient presenting with multivessel coronary artery disease, considering his/her clinical status, and in the light of best available evidence and clinical experience?"

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.

EAPCI - First certified in interventional cardiology
The first certificate of excellence in training in interventional cardiology was awarded to Doctor Marc Hartmann from Thorax Centrum Twente in Enschede, the Netherlands during the ESC Congress 2014 Inaugural session.
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E-learning, professional unity and accreditation among new ESC President’s top priorities

Fausto Pinto, who became President of the ESC today, says plans to strengthen the accreditation systems in cardiology, the ESC eLearning platform and the role of the Society in Brussels will be high on his agenda:  'Why should patients accept treatment by doctors unless they’ve the confidence in knowing they’ve achieved pre-defined levels of proficiency.'


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