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ESC 2022 Guidelines – a NEW webinar series

The 2022 ESC Clinical Practice Guidelines have just been released – but what do these new recommendations mean for you and your patients?

“Keeping our members up to date and feeling confident about applying the latest recommendations is vital, which is why the ESC is launching a brand-new webinar series to help you understand how the recommendations were constructed (the evidence behind the guidelines) and explore their clinical applications using a case-based approach.” Susanna Price, ESC Education Committee Chair.

Each guideline will, in turn, be the focus of these ESC webinars. The series is designed for practising general cardiologists to understand better the impact of guideline changes on their day-to-day practice and also for those working in subspecialty areas where they need to know key changes in guidelines, outside their main area of expertise.

ESC Associations, Councils and Working Groups will then bring you additional webinars, designed for specialists and experts in the given field, as well as general cardiologists seeking more in-depth knowledge on that particular topic.

Top tips!

2022-guidelines-covers.jpgBefore attending the webinar, if you have time, read the full texts or watch the relevant presentations. Most importantly, come ready to participate in the live programme with key opinion leaders who will be pleased to answer your questions.


Webinar programme


Diagnosis and treatment of pulmonary hypertension

Cardiovascular assessment and management of patients undergoing non-cardiac surgery

Management of patients with ventricular arrhythmias and the prevention of sudden cardiac death