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Academy Alumni

The Alumni of the European Heart Academy represent a community of well-trained specialists from all over the world with the potential to transform the future of cardiology and global healthcare.

 

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The Academy community

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If you haven't done it yet -  fill now the Alumni survey and connect with the other members of the European Heart Academy’s Alumni community!

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The Alumni Task force

In 2021, the Academy’s focus is to give more opportunities to its Alumni to get involved in different activities. To identify and develop relevant projects that make sense for the entire community, a task force of 12 Alumni has been created with 4 participants from the PCHF-Zurich course, 4 participants from the MSc in Health Economics course and 4 participants from the DAS-CAM course.

Its mission is to be a link between the community and the ESC, to engage with all the Alumni and represent the Academy.

To achieve that goal, the enthusiasm of the task force has been key, in a few months of time they managed to create a momentum: mapping the alumni community, a reinforce presence on social media, include Alumni in ESC activities… and more is still to come.

We wish to create a network that really allows you to build, exchange, help you evolve in your career. The Academy and the Task force count on your interest and your support in making this community strong and influential at an individual and at a global level.

Members of the Alumni task force

Firstname

Lastname

Academy Programme

Country

Francisco

Costa

Chair Alumni Task Force 

DAS-CAM 1 (2017-2018)

Portugal

Vanessa

Weberndörfer

DAS-CAM 1 (2017-2018)

Netherlands

Matteo

Anselmino

DAS-CAM 2 (2019-2021)

Italy

Arian

Sultan

DAS-CAM 2 (2019-2021)

Germany

Christos

Varounis

MSc in Health Economics 1 (2016-2018)

Greece

Clara

Hanekamp

MSc in Health Economics 3 (2018-2020)

Netherlands

Filip

Zemrak

MSc in Health Economics 5 (2019-2021)

UK

Agnieszka

Pawlak

PCHF 2 (2016-2017)

Poland

Inga

Ingimarsdóttir

PCHF 3 (2018-2019)

Iceland

Nathan

Mewton

PCHF 3 (2018-2019)

France

Mariya

Tokmakova

PCHF 3 (2018-2019)

Bulgaria

 

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Anatomy for Electrophysiologists and Cardiologists

newsletter_pic.jpgMaxim Didenko MD, PhD, FEHRA, one of our DAS-CAM Alumni, created and developed the special educational program and workshop "Anatomy for Electrophysiologists and Cardiologists" - clinanatomy.com.

The workshop was delivered in different formats many times for over a decade, always with enthusiastic reviews from the audience (“Perfect teaching… Great idea!... Would be also great for #youngDGK” Philip Sommer). He organised practical anatomical activities/workshops worldwide. Anatomical workshops aim to provide anatomical and morphological knowledge for electrophysiologists with deep integration of cardiac electrophysiology and the techniques of different procedures. It gives to participants not only anatomical and morphological features, but "anatomical answers for EP questions" as well as "anatomical answers for technical questions of different procedures" etc. Moreover, not only correlations are important to realise, but also dissection and examination of real human heart is absolutely indispensable. The main idea is to give to participants systematic approach how to explain electrophysiological phenomenas from anatomical/morphological point of view and of course how to place catheters/balloons during ablation.