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This initiative was launched in 2014 and starts being implemented in 2015.
With the support of the European Society of Cardiology, other relevant European Organisations in the field of genetics, and Industry partners, the Working Group is involved in the development of a Core Educational Programme.
This Educational Programme aims at promoting three sub-topics of myocardial and pericardial diseases:
It is tailored to the needs of different specialists, as well trainees as cardiologists, physicians or clinical geneticists.
It is composed of the following elements:
Sessions are given by international experts during the annual meeting of the Working Group, recorded and webcasted for e-learning use
Webcasts 12th Annual Meeting, Florence - Italy >
Webcasts 13th Annual Meeting, Warnemünde - Germany >
Two live webinars per year are planned. They are recorded in a professional TV studio. Each webinar follow a case-based interactive format with polling and self assessment.
Access the webinars >
Booklets present key facts from position papers written and published in the EHJ the previous year.
The 2015-2016 booklets will present key facts from:
For the past 6 years, the Working Group has developed a selection of interesting and educational clinical case studies for which a suggested treatment/answer is required.
Currently, the clinical cases are published on the Working Group website and sent out to members via a dedicated newsletter.
Access Cases of the month >
The Working Group is willing to develop a clinical case-based learning portal, using the previous and coming cases, in accordance with standards of the ESC Clinical Case. Aiming to present real and typical clinical scenarios, these clinical cases will be the opportunity to discuss findings and management, and refresh clinical competence in testing knowledge through them.
In addition to the Educational Programme, you can of course find resources from past ESC Congresses.
Our mission: To reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease
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