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As a member of the Belgian Society of Cardiology, you are automatically a member of the European Society of Cardiology and the ESC Community.
The Belgian Society of Cardiology coordinates the activities of several working groups.It organises an annual scientific meeting every year at the end of January/beginning of February.
Objectives: To promote research and education in the field of cardiology through the Belgian cardiological community.
President: Prof. Patrizio Lancellotti, FESC
President-Elect and Scientific Secretary: Dr. Michel De Pauw, FESC
Past President: Prof. Marc Claeys, FESC
Treasurer: Dr. Peter Geelen
Number of Members: 542
Year of foundation: 1935
ESC Member since: 1950
"Acta Cardiologica" is the official journal of the Belgian national society. Published since 1946 in English, there are six issues per year. Print and online versions are available and the journal is indexed in PubMed, Current Contents, EMBASE, Index Medicus and Medline.
Editorial secretariat contact: Yolanda Thornton
For full details of these working groups, please consult the 'networking tool' feature and select 'Belgium'
The European meeting in Adult Congenital Heart Disease, EuroGUCH, provides an independent educational forum for healthcare professionals across Europe.
It is aimed at cardiologists and allied medical professionals with an interest in congenital heart disease as well as specialists in the field.
Focus of the meeting is innovative treatments and interventions which can be applied to the adult patient population with congenital heart disease, with a faculty made up of internationally renowned speakers and experts in the field.
Eurovalve congress is a European congress for cardiac surgeon, cardiologists, sonographers and trainees.
Belgian Society of Cardiology
Rue des Champs Elysées 63Tel: +32 2 644 6232Fax: +32 2 644 4830
B-1050 Brussels, Belgium
Our mission: To reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease.
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