Member National Cardiac Societies are the founders and principle constituent bodies of the ESC. Today we count 56 National Cardiac Societies as institutional members that pay a membership fee and vote to help shape the future of cardiology and drive ESC activities. They are also instrumental in ESC research, dissemination of guidelines and a wide range of other ESC activities.
Institutional members (on a national level) and the ESC (on a global level) share a common goal of reducing the burden of cardiovascular disease, which remains the leading cause of death in Europe. Together, they are both committed to disseminating scientific knowledge, acting in the interests of patients and representing the community of cardiovascular professionals.
The BCS 2018 Congress will take place in Brussels (08-09 February 2018) in SQUARE - Brussels Meeting Centre.
The overall theme of this edition is: “Modern cardiology in the picture”
The BCS 2017 Congress will take place in Brussels (09-10 February 2017) in SQUARE - Brussels Meeting Centre.
Member National Cardiac Societies are instrumental in ESC research, dissemination of guidelines and a wide range of other ESC activities.
Knowledge sharing through national cardiovascular journals. Find a journal of interest in your country.
The ESC has European roots, but a global scope - collaboration with ESC Affiliated Cardiac Societies is essential to advancing the worldwide battle against cardiovascular disease.
The ESC Young Community comprises 10 groups: 1 for general cardiology and 9 for sub-specialties.
Our mission: To reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease
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