ESC 365 has got even better! Recently improved, with new search functionality to make it even smarter and easier to use, ESC 365 is still the go-to place for all live and on-demand ESC content – including abstracts, presentations, CME-accredited webinars and ESC TV programmes.
ESC Communication Committee Chair, Professor Carlos Aguiar (Hospital Santa Cruz - Lisbon, Portugal) thinks ESC 365 provides a unique platform of trusted knowledge that’s hard to find elsewhere. ‘With ESC 365, all the important CV science is at your fingertips and it’s so easy to navigate,” he says. “Created by cardiology healthcare professionals who really know what education and insights are needed by their peers, the hub is indispensable, whatever the stage of your career or specialty. Whether you’re finalising an abstract, preparing a paper or revising for certification, the latest information can be found in ESC 365.”
The new powerful search engine allows you to easily access relevant content, for example, using keywords or speaker names, and then refine by format, type, year, event, ESC community and topic. Tailored recommendations are provided and there’s the option to ‘like’ content you want to highlight to others, as well as follow your favourite presenters and their contributions.
Associate Professor Nico Bruining (Erasmus Medical Center, Thoraxcenter - Rotterdam, Netherlands), Chair of ESC’s Digital Health Committee, believes ESC 365 is an essential tool in his everyday practice. “Staying on top of all the new scientific developments in CV care in real-time is a huge challenge,” he says. “Having an online resource available 24/7, which brings you the latest CV developments, filtered to your needs and interests, is fantastic! It means that I never miss out.”
The hub is being constantly updated. For example, all presentations from ESC Congress 2022 will be available – if you missed a session, you can catch up on ESC 365. ESC members have year-round access to content depending on their membership level and for Fellows of the ESC (FESC), this access is unlimited.
So if you haven’t already, bookmark www.escardio.org/365 on your devices – access the science, expand your knowledge!