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The EACVI e-learning programme is an exclusive collection of high quality educational content.
Its main goal is to prepare for certification, which is why it is based on the EACVI Core Syllabi.
But it is also intended for already experienced professionals willing to learn more.
The video tutorials are prepared in a professional TV studio, with some of the World's most renowned experts in cardiovascular imaging.
Learn from the Best!
Update from 1 March 2018: Yes, the ESC eLearning platform is now accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME) to provide CME activities for medical specialists. The EACCME is an institution of the European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS).
Important:Applicable from 1 March 2018:in order to obtain a CME credit, participants should take, or retake the corresponding course - before the accreditation expiration date: December 2019.
To access the EACVI e-learning courses, you need to go to the ESCeL platform.
You will find the link in your "My ESC" account, in the "My Benefits (included in my membership)" E-learning product area.
If you cannot see the content of the courses, please follow the process below:
Important: if you cannot see the “Launch Course” button, it is most likely that the system does not recognise you as logged in - the above direct link forces to log-in again, which is why we recommend to use it.
If you have followed the above process but still cannot access the course, please contact us and let us know at what step you are blocked, and what exactly you can see on your screen (you may send a screenshot).
The “Runtime error” message is not linked to our e-learning platform, but to your browser. The best thing to do in order to avoid this message is to clear the cache of your browser. Please find here a link which can help you to do that: http://www.refreshyourcache.com/en/home/
Our mission: To reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease
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