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Our mission is to support nurses and allied professionals throughout Europe to deliver the best possible care to patients with cardiovascular disease and their families. We do this through the creation and delivery of a diverse programme of activities, including education, research and mentorship.
More about the ACNAP Board and Structure
ACNAP offers a range of educational activities for nurses and allied professionals including grants, webinars and e-learning.
ACNAP organises the annual EuroHeartCare congress & scientific sessions aimed at bringing the latest news & science in CV care to nurses and allied professionals.
ACNAP promotes research, innovation and practice of cardiovascular nurses and allied professionals.
Be part of a vibrant network of nurses and allied professionals.
ACNAP is calling for candidates to serve on its Executive Board for 2020-2022.
Apply by 28 February (23:59 CET)
4-6 June, Seville, Spain
Delivering more than 20 scientific sessions and covering many cardiovascular subspecialty topics.
Congress educational grants available. Apply now.
Advancing knowledge in cardiovascular nursing and the promotion of evidence-based clinical practice.
Consult the ACNAP guidelines based on the latest ESC Clinical Practice Guidelines: made for nurses and allied professionals.
Join Prof. Ben Freedman and Prof. Lis Neubeck.
Free for everyone.
The event to attend for cardiovascular nurses and allied professionals helping healthcare professionals deliver the best care possible to patients with cardiovascular disease.
Spotlight: The Cutting Edge of Cardiology.
Bringing the world of cardiology together.
The world's largest cardiovascular congress with over 500 expert sessions and 4,500 abstracts covering the latest clinical trials and breakthrough discoveries.
European Society of Cardiology
European Heart HouseLes Templiers2035 Route des CollesCS 80179 Biot
06903, Sophia Antipolis, France
Our mission: To reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease.
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