The European Association of Cardiovascular Imaging (EACVI) is expecting the input of its members to shape the future of Cardiovascular Imaging in Europe.Soon, it will be time for the EACVI members to elect the new Board members of the Association for the term 2016-2018. Indeed, the new Board which will be led by the incoming President Prof. Bogdan Popescu, will take its mandate and duties next December.
Mark your agenda:• 6 – 20 September: call for application for Board and Sections positions.• 17 October – 17 November: electronic voting period for elections of the Board and Sections. On 17 October, look for your individual voting link in your electronic mailbox.
Vacant positions:• EACVI Board: President-Elect, Secretary, Treasurer and 6 Councillors. • EACVI Sections: Vice Chair and 2 Nucleus Members positions for each of the three Sections (Echocardiography, Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance, Nuclear Cardiology & Cardiac CT) will be vacant.
Applications should be sent from 6 to 20 September following the instructions which will be sent by email on 6 September.
Who can apply and vote?• EACVI Board elections: only Silver and Gold EACVI members* from an ESC Country are eligible to apply for the Board vacant positions and to vote during the EACVI Board elections.• EACVI Sections elections: only Ivory, Silver and Gold EACVI members* from an ESC Country are allowed to apply for the positions available and to take part of the vote within the EACVI Section dedicated to their main field of expertise: Echocardiography, Cardiac Magnetic Resonance or Nuclear Cardiology and Cardiac CT.The results of the elections will be announced during the Inaugural Session of EuroEcho-Imaging 2016 on 7 December and the new Board members will start assuming their new duties right after.We look forward to receiving our Member's contribution to this important step of the Association’s life which will shape the future.The EACVI Team *Does not apply to Membership levels subscribed after 30 September 2016.
Our mission: To reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease
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