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EAPC Young Community

Supporting young professionals in preventive cardiology

The European Association of Preventive Cardiology supports the young community of professionals in preventive cardiology, with the Young Investigators Awards and networking opportunities.

Young Community Representatives within EAPC

The following young leaders in the field of preventive cardiology have been appointed to represent the Young Community within the EAPC: 

  • EAPC Board (ex officio): Flavio D'Ascenzi (IT)
  • Membership Committee: Silvia Castelletti (IT)
  • Prevention Implementation Committee: Jorge A. Ruivo (PT)
  • ESC Preventive Cardiology Congress Programme Committee: Sarah Eichler (DE) &  Paolo Emilio Adami (IT)

The appointment of those representatives is seen as an important step to give the EAPC Young Community a voice in the Association’s development and thus stimulate the growth of the EAPC Young Community.

Main initiatives for young professionals

EAPC Young Community on LinkedIn

The EAPC Young Community group aims at creating a network of young physicians interested in cardiovascular prevention, basic science, rehabilitation, and sports cardiology, and stimulate young physicians to brainstorm on new projects in Preventive Cardiology.

5 reasons to join:

  1. Make new connections
  2. Share ideas and initiatives
  3. Find contributors to your scientific projects
  4. Exchange with your peers: get advice & feedback
  5. Stay informed about EAPC activities and services for young professionals

Join the Community

EAPC Young Ambassadors

YAGroup3.jpgEAPC Young Ambassadors represent EAPC and are the main point of contact for young scientists and physicians in their country. Find out more