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The European Society of Cardiology (ESC) is unique in its ability to unite healthcare professionals on different continents and in every subspecialty to advance cardiovascular science.
Choose the membership offer that suits your need - and remember, there are special prices for those under 40 / in training
Be part of a world-class community, and access the best cardiology journals and all ESC Congress resources.
✓ Discount on ESC Congress & access to Members’ Lounge, with year-round access to Congress slidesets and videos via ESC 365
✓ Free online access to European Heart Journal (EHJ) and Cardiovascular Research (CVR)
✓ Free access to ESC webinars and e-learning platform
✓ Free access to ESC CardioMed, reflecting the latest ESC Guidelines
Membership fee €30 / €100 / € 120
✓ All benefits from Professional membership
✓ Higher discount on ESC Congress
✓ Free subscription to the printed version of the EHJ or CVR
Membership fee €600
Valid from 4 Dec 2018
Annual online subscription to:
European Heart Journal Cardiovascular Research
Annual print and online subscription
(excluding applicable VAT)
€30 / €100 / €120
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*in medical school, undertaking medical training, or conducting a PhD in scientific research.
There is an Association that represents your interests and passions, whatever your specialty. New this year is ACNAP, a welcoming community for all cardiology nurses and allied professionals.
The ESC's strength and influence comes from its unique ability to represent the needs of all cardiologists, nurses and allied professionals.
Combine ESC Professional Membership with your specialty for the best of both worlds - or combine two specialty interests.
ESC CongressA significant discount on standard registration fee, exclusive access to the ESC Professional Members’ Lounge and to the congress resources on ESC 365
ESC CardioMedFree and early access to the online offer based on the ESC Textbook of Cardiovascular Medicine 3rd Edition
JournalsFree online access to the EHJ, CVR, and EHJ QCCODiscount on APC for EHJ Case Reports – Open Access and manuscript editing and support services
E-learningFree access to CME accredited live and recorded webinars, and 260 online courses
NetworkingFree access to the ESC Member Directory
I've selected to join or renew: ESC Professional Membership
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€65: For Nurses and Allied Professionals who are members of an ESC National Cardiac Society
€72: For Nurses and Allied Professionals taking an ESC Professional Membership + ACNAP Silver
€72: Aged under 40 or in training (in medical school, undertaking medical training, or conducting a PhD in scientific research
€180: For members of an ESC National Cardiac Society (ESC Member Country)
€198: For Cardiologists who do not work in an ESC Member Country and are not members of an ESC National Cardiac Society More information and eligibility criteria:
By joining the ESC you are part of the world’s largest community of healthcare professionals working to push the boundaries of cardiovascular science - so that people can lead longer, healthier lives.
Expand your connection. Discover colleagues who face the same situations and challenges as you. Meet them and share your experiences - in person and online.
ESC Working Groups bring experts in their field to provide education, share expertise and facilitate exchange for best practice and ongoing medical development.
ESC Councils focus on sharing knowledge, encouraging research and education, and developing career opportunities. Find the ones that suit your profile.
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Our Mission: To Reduce the Burden of Cardiovascular Disease
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