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National Cardiac Societies in 56 European and Mediterranean countries form the “Europe of Cardiology”

14/09/2010 00:00:00
You can now apply to become a Fellow of the ESC a symbol of excellence

Gain international recognition and network with more than 4 000 peers of standing. Discover the ESC Fellowship benefits included in the Fellowship fee, including your subscription to the European Heart Journal, ESC Congress registration and the opporutnity to play a leading role at the ESC. Deadline for application is 30 September 2014.

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Late Registration Fee for Acute Cardiovascular Care 2014 is soon approaching!

  Deadline 19th September
eLearning, 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.'

Swiss cardiologists cycle to Barcelona to kick start their ESC Congress 2014

Swiss cardiologists swapped their stethoscopes for road bikes, cycling some 600 km from Geneva to Barcelona. The cyclists arrived in front of the ESC Congress centre in Barcelona for the first day of the event with a warm welcome from delegates and ESC representatives. The 'Tour de Coeur' is to raise awareness of cardiovascular disease and funds for Swiss researchers.

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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

ESC TV 2013 - National Cardiac Societies are the backbone of the ESC
National Cardiac Society representatives wishing to join and become a member of the ESC should address the Vice-President for National Cardiac Societies of the ESC, Professor Jeroen Bax, FESC, by email who will then inform the Board. The final vote is made at the General Assembly at the time of the ESC Congress.

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 National Cardiac Society members of the ESC

Albanian flagAlbaniaAlbanian Society of Cardiology
Algerian flagAlgeriaAlgerian Society of Cardiology
Armenian flagArmeniaArmenian Cardiologists Association
Austrian flagAustriaAustrian Society of Cardiology
Azerbaijan FlagAzerbaijanAzerbaijan Society of Cardiology
Belorussian flagBelarusBelorussian Scientific Society of Cardiologists
Belgian flagBelgiumBelgian Society of Cardiology
Bosnian flagBosnia and HerzegovinaAssociation of Cardiologists of Bosnia & Herzegovina
Bulgarian flagBulgariaBulgarian Society of Cardiology
Croatian flagCroatiaCroatian Cardiac Society
Cyprus flagCyprusCyprus Society of Cardiology
Czech flagCzech RepublicCzech Society of Cardiology
Danish flagDenmarkDanish Society of Cardiology
Egyptian flagEgyptEgyptian Society of Cardiology
Estonian flagEstoniaEstonian Society of Cardiology
Finnish flagFinlandFinnish Cardiac Society
French flagFranceFrench Society of Cardiology
Georgian flagGeorgiaGeorgian Society of Cardiology
German flagGermanyGerman Cardiac Society
Greek flagGreeceHellenic Cardiological Society
Hungarian flagHungaryHungarian Society of Cardiology
Icelandic flagIcelandIcelandic Society of Cardiology
Irish flagIrelandIrish Cardiac Society
Israelian flagIsraelIsrael Heart Society
Italian flagItalyItalian Federation of Cardiology
KazakhstanKazakhstanAssociation of Cardiologists of Kazakhstan
Kosovo Society of CardiologyKosovoKosovo Society of Cardiology
KyrgyzstanKyrgyz Society of Cardiology
Latvian flagLatviaLatvian Society of Cardiology
Lebanese flagLebanonLebanese Society of Cardiology
Lybian flagLibyaLibyan Cardiac Society
Lithuanian flagLithuaniaLithuanian Society of Cardiology
Luxembourg flagLuxembourgLuxembourg Society of Cardiology
Maltese Cardiac SocietyMaltaMaltese Cardiac Society
Moldavian flagMoldovaMoldavian Society of Cardiology
Montenegro flagMontenegroCardiological Society of Montenegro
Moroccan flagMoroccoMoroccan Society of Cardiology
Netherlands flagNetherlandsNetherlands Society of Cardiology
Norwegian flagNorwayNorwegian Society of Cardiology
Polish flagPolandPolish Cardiac Society
Portuguese flagPortugalPortuguese Society of Cardiology
Romanian flagRomaniaRomanian Society of Cardiology
Russian flagRussiaRussian Society of Cardiology
San Marino Society of CardiologySan MarinoSan Marino Society of Cardiology
Serbian flagSerbiaCardiology Society of Serbia
SlovakiaSlovakiaSlovak Society of Cardiology
Slovenian flagSloveniaSlovenian Society of Cardiology
Spanish flagSpainSpanish Society of Cardiology
Swedish flagSwedenSwedish Society of Cardiology
Swiss flagSwitzerlandSwiss Society of Cardiology
Syrian flagSyriaSyrian Cardiovascular Association
Macedonian flagThe Former Yugoslav Republic of MacedoniaMacedonian FYR Society of Cardiology
Tunisian flagTunisiaTunisian Society of Cardiology and Cardio-Vascular Surgery
Turkish flagTurkeyTurkish Society of Cardiology
Ukrainian flagUkraineUkrainian Association of Cardiology
British flagUnited KingdomBritish Cardiovascular Society