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Be part of the EAPC Young Community!
The European Association of Preventive Cardiology Young Community brings together leaders of tomorrow in the field of preventive cardiology and rehabilitation.
By being part of this community, you will not only learn from your peers, but also benefit from dedicated networking opportunities. It is a unique chance to enhance the development of your career.
If you are a member of the EAPC, under 40 years of age and a young professional (cardiologist, general practitioner, nurse or allied professional) or a medical student, then you will automatically be part of this dynamic community. There is no need to apply.
The EAPC Young Community LinkedIn group is a network of young physicians and allied professionals interested in cardiovascular prevention, basic science, rehabilitation, and sports cardiology. The group is where young professionals can brainstorm on new projects in preventive cardiology.
5 reasons to participate:
You can also join us on Facebook to connect with more than 1,000 users.
Are you already a member of the EAPC Young Community but want to get more involved?
Here’s a tip for you: Join our network of EAPC Young Ambassadors!
You will be the main point of contact for young scientists and physicians in your country and help spread the word about EAPC initiatives and scientific activities at the national level. You will also strengthen or build new partnerships with national groups.
One ambassador per country is appointed by the EAPC Board for a two-year mandate.
See our Ambassadors list and find out if there is one representing your country.
The following young leaders in the field of preventive cardiology have been appointed to represent the Young Community within the EAPC:
The appointment of those representatives gives the EAPC Young Community a voice in the association’s development and stimulates the growth of the EAPC Young Community.
Our mission: To reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease.
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