Prof. Paul Dendale ,
Prof. Antonio Pelliccia,
As announced at our last General Assembly, the EACPR is making some exciting changes to its membership offer, enabling you to choose how best to use your association to meet your needs.
This important step change for the EACPR will allow us to further develop our activities in line with your requirements, with a particular focus on education: In the new membership scheme, you will be able to choose from three levels, designed to be both inclusive for the whole cardiovascular community, whilst providing additional benefits and services for each level.
The new membership will come into effect in January 2016, on a calendar year basis. In the next few weeks, you will be invited to renew your membership by selecting the level most adapted to your needs:
Regular - Free membership
Stay informed about EACPR activities and build your network: Regular members will receive the quarterly e-newsletter and will have access to the EACPR members directory.
Ivory - Get access to resources including eLearning courses
Ivory members will have access to the EACPR online courses on the ESC eLearning platform and will get preferred rates to EuroPRevent registration, to the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology subscriptions (EJPC) and more... for only 35 euro.
Silver - Make the most of EACPR!
Silver members will have online access to the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, will be offered best preferred rates for EuroPRevent registration and the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology print subscription, will also have access to the EACPR online courses, and more! Silver membership fee: 99 Euros (with a special price of 49 Euros for health professionals under 35 / in training, and allied professions)
Important: Special continuation of EACPR member voting rights To ensure continuity in the 2016 elections process, all EACPR members will be entitled to vote for the EACPR Sections Nuclei members and EACPR Executive Officers elections.
If you have any queries, please feel free to contact us.
Our mission: To reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease
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