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Your hub for the latest science in preventive cardiology.
Could your patients benefit from better secondary prevention? Find out more with the scientific and educational resources from this multi-disciplinary programme.
The European Association of Preventive Cardiology (EAPC) online programme on preventive cardiology is designed for everyone wishing to update their scientific knowledge from the comfort of their office or home!
Webinars are live, interactive, 60-minute courses. They are presented and moderated by EAPC representatives and are designed to provide attendees with practical training via relevant clinical cases and live assessment (MCQs).
All the webinars are reviewed for accreditation by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME) for CME accreditation.
Join Prof. Dominique Hansen, Assist. Prof. Andrea Greco and Assist. Prof. Maria Bäck.
Free for everyone
You need a valid My ESC login and password to register and to access the live webinar. Retrieve your password or create your My ESC account. It is recommended to proceed at least 48 hours before the live webinar. In the event of a cancellation, the full registration fee (if applicable) will be refunded.
Webinars on demand: Access all past webinars.
Organised by The European Association of Preventive Cardiology (EAPC)
What is a webinar? How to 'attend'? What are the technical requirements?
Webinars on demand: Access recordings from past webinars.
For the best learning experience, all the webinars are broadcast through a web platform designed to meet the cardiologists’ expectations in terms of medical training. A new user-friendly platform will allow you to interact with our key opinion leaders via chat, polls and questions.
Access all the ESC webinars here >
All the Webinars are recorded and available online shortly after the date of the sessions. Access all the recordings here >
Our mission: To reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease.
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