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About the Congress

ESC Preventive Cardiology

Update your knowledge on the latest practice-changing science and discuss hot topics with the experts.

Formerly EuroPrevent, ESC Preventive Cardiology Congress, is the annual congress of the European Association of Preventive Cardiology (EAPC).


Update your knowledge on the latest practice-changing science and discuss hot topics with the experts.

It was awesome to reunite during the flagship congress on Preventive Cardiology

All delegates will be able to review on-demand presentations from 2 to 16 May.

To access presentations all year long on ESC 365 and receive additional benefits, become a member of the European Association of Preventive Cardiology (EAPC).

Find out more on how to retrieve your Certificate of Attendance and Continuing Medical Education (CME) Credit, available from 13 May.

We will have the pleasure to see you again next year in Milan, Italy, from 3 to 5 April




Session-ESC-Preventive-2023-1500x1000.pngSince the time of ancient Greek physicians, it was known that organs do not function in isolation. Recent preventive therapies are based on this crosstalk: a transporter in the renal tubule is connected to heart failure; a protein in the liver is key to atherosclerotic plaque formation, and regular training of our skeletal muscles may limit cardiomyocyte loss. These are just a few examples of inter-organ crosstalk we discussed at ESC Preventive Cardiology 2024 to tackle cardiovascular risk.



Audience-ESC-Preventive-2023-1500x1000.pngESC Preventive Cardiology 2024 translated this knowledge into practical application. Sessions based on real life clinical scenarios addressed current guidelines 'put into practice'.

We discovered new developments in tackling traditional cardiovascular risk factors such as diabetes, dyslipidaemia, hypertension, obesity and sedentarism, and also explore the role of environmental factors such as stress and pollution. Moreover, we addressed pertinent issues in cardiomyopathies, sports and occupational cardiology.


Applause-ESC-Preventive-1500x1000.png You shared your latest findings on effectively implementing recent innovations to improve patients’ lives. ESC Preventive Cardiology 2024 brought answers to address the evolving needs of clinical practice in 2024 and beyond. Our welcoming and diverse community fostered an environment of collaboration where we can discover, learn, and share science together.

All of us at the European Association of Preventive Cardiology are looking forward to seeing you again in Milan in 2025.

ESC Preventive Cardiology Congress Programme Committee

The Congress Programme Committee (CPC) drives the scientific and business policies of ESC Preventive Cardiology, the EAPC annual congress. 

Chair: Nicolle Kraenkel
Deputy Chair: Guido Claessen


Representatives of:

      • Secondary prevention and rehabilitation: Veronique Cornelissen (deputy: Annett Salzwedel)
      • Primary care and risk factor management: Anne Grethe Semb (deputy: Donata Kurpas)
      • Population science and public health: Maryam Kavousi (deputy: Vass Vassiliou)
      • Sports cardiology and exercise: Flavio D'Ascenzi (deputy: Josef Niebauer )
      • EAPC Young Community: Svetlana Liliana Mosteoru (deputy: Emmanuel Androulakis)

Senior Advisor: Ana Abreu

Thank you to all the members of the Congress Programme Committee:

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