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Croatian Cardiac Society

The Croatian Cardiac Society is a member of the European Society of Cardiology

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As a member of the Croatian Cardiac Society, you are automatically a member of the European Society of Cardiology and the ESC Community.

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Board

President: Prof. D. Milicic, FESC

Secretary: Dr. D. Planinc, FESC

Vice President: Prof. M. Bergovec, FESC

Past President: Prof. S. Mihatov, FESC

Treasurer: Dr. E. Margetic

Key information

Number of Members:  523

Year of Foundation: 1992

ESC Member since: 1992

Journal

Cardiologia Croatica (formerly "Kardio List") is the official journal of the Croatian Cardiac Society, first published in May 2006. The journal is full text open-access, available simultaneously in both Croatian and English, in a paper as well as an electronic version, since January 2008. The journal is published monthly/bimonthly and indexed in the National and University Library Catalogue (Zagreb), HINARI (World Health Organization), EMCare, Index Copernicus Journal Master List, EBSCO and DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals).

Editorial secretariat contact, please email Dr. Mario Ivanusa or Prof. Davor Milicic.

Working Groups

  • Invasive Cardiology
  • Electrostimulation and electrophysiology
  • Arrhythmias
  • Echocardiography
  • Electrocardiography, Holter monitoring and Exercise Testing
  • Education
  • Epidemiology and Prevention
  • Peripheral Vascular Diseases
  • Arterial Hypertension
  • Guidelines in Cardiology
  • Rehabilitation

ESC Clinical Practice Guidelines endorsed by your National Society

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Upcoming events

  • Saturday 29 - Sunday 30 June 2024 (2 Days)
    29/06/2024 00:00 30/06/2024 00:00 Europe/Paris EACVI Heart Imagers of Tomorrow (HIT) Summer School European Association of Cardiovascular Imaging contact@escardio.org true DD/MM/YYYY
    European Association of Cardiovascular Imaging
    Dubrovnik - Croatia

    Organised by the EACVI Heart Imagers of Tomorrow Committee and the Working Group on Echocardiography and Imaging Modalities in Cardiology of the Croatian Cardiac Society, this teaching course will focus on Lifetime Management of Patients with Heart Valve Diseases and Cardiac Devices.

  • Friday 30 August - Monday 02 September 2024 (4 Days)
    30/08/2024 00:00 02/09/2024 00:00 Europe/Paris ESC Congress 2024

    Dubrovnik - Croatia European Society of Cardiology congress@escardio.org true DD/MM/YYYY
    European Society of Cardiology
    London - United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

  • Wednesday 04 - Friday 06 September 2024 (3 Days)
    04/09/2024 00:00 06/09/2024 00:00 Europe/Paris EACVI Teaching Course on CMR in Congenital and Paediatric Heart Disease London - United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland European Association of Cardiovascular Imaging contact@escardio.org true DD/MM/YYYY
    European Association of Cardiovascular Imaging
    London - United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

    The course is designed for clinical cardiologists, paediatric cardiologists, adult congenital heart disease specialists and radiologists, with an interest in CMR in congenital and paediatric heart disease.

    The programme encompasses a mix of interactive lectures, video teaching, scanner optimisation and hands-on practical using dedicated workstations performed directly by attendees.

    There will be a series of topic-based core sessions that will include an interactive lecture, anatomy specimen demonstration and hands-on cases related to the topic on dedicated workstations.

    In total 15-20 cases will be shown which can be used for EACVI log-book accreditation pathways (both CMR and CMR CHD) provided the maximum number of course cases is not exceeded for accreditation purposes.