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YAC3 is the young community of the Acute Cardiovascular Care Association.
Could your patient benefit from better secondary prevention? Find out more with the scientific and educational resources from this multi disciplinary programme.
Watch live webinars and interact with experts. Answer live MCQs and gain CME credits. Video on demand for all past webinars.
The aim is to provide high-quality teaching and educational materials for all involved in the management of AHF in the emergency setting.
As you are the first to treat critically ill patients, you need to make decisions quickly and implement the right techniques. To do so, you need to practice.
The Acute Cardivoascular Care School offers you the opportunity to develop your skills in a state of the art simulation lab. Five workshops are specifically designed for small groups to optimise learning outcomes.
Join Prof. Kurt Huber, Dr. Francesco Costa and Dr. Sergio Leonardi.
Free for everyone
One of the best tools to help practitioners make the best bedside clinical decisions when managing patients with acute cardiovascular diseases.
Two days of practical hands-on meeting to best treat acute patients. A unique opportunity to access customised topics focused on your day to day work. Challenge yourself!
Fast access to topics of high interest for medical professionals in charge of the care of patients with acute cardiovascular diseases.
ACCA members can access all slides and webcasts presented during the latest ACCA Congresses.
The Masterclass is designed for executives and high-level professionals in the field of acute cardiovascular care.
Courses held in the European Heart House, throughout Europe and around the world.
Bringing you the best of ESC Congress for the clinical implementation of the ESC Clinical Practice Guidelines.
Home for all resources from Acute Cardiovascular Care congresses, access: abstracts, slides and videos.
Our Mission: To Reduce the Burden of Cardiovascular Disease
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