The EACPR contributes to the ESC Congress 2010 with more than 20 scientific sessions, a European Forum on CVD Prevention, a session presenting the new scientific advances and highlights from EuroPRevent 2010, Live demos of HeartScore, and more!
This year’s ESC Congress in Stockholm has several sessions that can be of interest to colleagues working in prevention or rehabilitation. Check the Scientific Programme Online for preventive cardiology sessions
An EBAC Accredited Educational programme will discuss all aspects of prevention from risk assessment to treatment according to the guidelines on 28 August 2010 12:00-13:30
A Clinical Seminar on 29 August 2010 08:30-10:00 will give an overview of exercise as a treatment of hypertension, angina and heart failure. Training modalities will be discussed for each topic.
A Main Session on 31 August 2010 11:00-12:30 on Preventing heart failure by preventing coronary artery disease progression will give an overview of prevention. This session will also be available as a webcast.
Those of you who have missed Europrevent 2010 will be able to hear a résumé of the most important new findings in basic research, clinical rehabilitation, prevention and epidemiology and sports cardiology with the Highlights from EuroPRevent Prague - New scientific advances session. This is a unique opportunity to hear the best of Europrevent
The European Forum on Cardiovascular Disease Prevention: from implementation to evaluation will be held on Tuesday 31 August 08:30-10:00, in Room Sofia (Zone B)
Make the most of your breaks!
Meet with the EACPR Board at the General Assembly Sunday 29 August, 12:45-13:45 ESC Meeting Room 1 (Zone K, ESC Central) Meet with the EACPR Cardiac Rehabilitation Section Monday 30 August, 12:30-13:30 ESC meeting room 2, (Zone K, ESC Central)
Attend the HeartScore live demos: ESC Stand Zone B
Visit us on the ESC Membership Stand in Zone A to learn about our activities in preventive cardiology
View the exhibition map & opening hours to plan your visit
Our mission: To reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease
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