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Education Committee

2018-2020

The ESC Education Committee is responsible for developing a range of independent, high quality educational products and programmes to meet the CME needs of the European cardiologist, cardiologists in training and physicians with an interest in cardiology. The emphasis is on educating and updating cardiologists on best clinical practice as exemplified in the ESC practice guidelines. CME accreditation for education resources is made available whenever possible and relevant.



Members of the Education Committee are appointed by the President of the Society for 2 years. Members are selected for their knowledge, commitment and interest in the field of education in cardiovascular medicine, as well as for their abilities to facilitate educational activities throughout Europe and on a national basis.

Read about the annual ESC Education Conference.

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Chairperson

Paulus Kirchhof, Germany, United Kingdom    

Members

  • Agnes Pasquet, Belgium
  • Alessandro Sionis, Spain
  • Dipak Kotecha, United Kingdom
  • Felix Tanner, Switzerland
  • Ivo Van der Bilt, Netherlands     
  • Jesper Kjaergaard, Denmark
  • Julia Grapsa, United Kingdom
  • Kevin Fox, United Kingdom
  • Manuel Castella, Spain 
  • Maria G. Crespo-Leiro, Spain
  • Mark Westwood, United Kingdom
  • Patrick Verhorst, Netherlands
  • Ronen Beeri, Israel
  • Susanna Price, United Kingdom
  • Tone Norekval, Norway
  • Ulf Landmesser, Germany           
  • Vijay Kunadian, United Kingdom
  • Denisa Muraru, Italy (Liaison Officer EACVI)
  • Eric Bonnefoy, France (Liaison Officer ACCA)
  • Jan Steffel, Switzerland (Liaison Officer EHRA)
  • Matthias Wilhelm, Switzerland (Liaison Officer EAPC)
  • Neil Angus, United Kingdom (Liaison Officer ACNAP)
  • Rudolf de Boer, Netherlands (Liaison Officer HFA)
  • Rui Teles, Portugal (Liaison Officer EAPCI)
  • Joseph Green, USA (Ex officio)
  • Lampros Michalis, Greece (Ex officio, UEMS-CS)
  • Lino Goncalves, Portugal (Ex officio, advisor on accreditation)
  • Nicholas Brooks, United Kingdom (Ex officio)