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The ESC Atlas of Cardiology provides a vast array of CVD data across the ESC's 56 member countries. See how your country compares for CVD risk factors, disease prevelance, cardiology resources and much more.
The ESC is engaged in a constant dialogue with health stakeholders in Europe, including European Union (EU) and national policymakers, European advocacy groups as well as and other professional medical associations undertaking European Affairs activities.
More specifically, the ESC Advocacy Committee works to take forward the European agenda on:
The ESC has been collaborating with the EU on regulatory issues since 2008 and is a recognised authority on CVD regulatory issues by decision makers. The ESC's role is to ensure that appropriate regulation and legislation in place for safe, efficient and timely cardiovascular disease interventions. Find out more about the ESC's role in the development of EU medical devices legislation.
The ESC has representatives working with the European Commission's Expert groups on e-Health to ensure the interests of cardiovascular healthcare professionals and their patients are represented:
The European Heart Health Charter was developed by the European Society of Cardiology and the European Heart Network, in collaboration with the European Commission and WHO Regional Office for Europe, to prevent cardiovascular disease in Europe. Find out more
Ensuring safety, innovation and efficacy for patients and healthcare professionals
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If you are interested in becoming involved with the ESC's advocacy programme, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our mission: To reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease
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