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Through its prevention programmes, the ESC has developed several educational materials and decision making tools to support health professionals and policy makers in their daily practice, in close collaboration with the EAPC.
The EXPERT tool offers digital, interactive decision support tool for exercise prescription.
Access your risk calculators in one app.
Available for free.
The SMART Risk Score is a tool to estimate 10-year risk for recurrent vascular events in patients with manifest cardiovascular disease.
The interactive tool for predicting and managing the risk of heart attack and stroke.
A health-related quality of life questionnaire in more than 30 languages.
Practical recommendations written by experts of the EAPC sections.
The prevention guidelines recommend a model for total risk estimation based on the SCORE (Systematic Coronary Risk Evaluation) system and define the lifestyle, risk factor and therapeutic targets for cardiovascular disease prevention.
Interactive e-learning programme based on the 2016 European Guidelines on CVD Prevention in Clinical Practice.
Supported by Pfizer LTD in the form of an unrestricted educational grant.
New! E-learning course accredited with 4 European CME credits (ECMEC®s).
Systematic Coronary Risk Evaluation: Risk assessment charts (high & low cardiovascular risk) based on gender, age, total cholesterol, systolic blood pressure and smoking status.
Could your patient benefit from better secondary prevention? Find out more with the scientific and educational resources from this multidisciplinary programme.
A programme with scientific resources and educational activities to help you support your diabetic patients.
Highlight on the importance of smoking cessation and how it can prevent cardiovascular events.
Healthy-Heart.org is a trusted website where your patients can find reliable information and practical advice to prevent cardiovascular disease, manage their health more effectively and live longer, more active lives.
Our mission: To reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease.
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