Meeting report

EPCCS 2017

Report of the Cardiovascular Summit held in Dublin, Ireland
News • 30-3-2017

Live from #EPCCS2017 CV Summit: call for active GP participation

Dublin During the EPCCS CV Summit a pre-session was dedicated to discuss how the European network of GPs with a special interest in CV medicine can be strengthened and how EPCCS can contribute to this process.

News • 20-4-2017

Impression of the lively interactive EPCCS CV Summit in Dublin

EPCCS 2017 With 19 European countries represented, the EPCCS Cardiovascular Summit provided a great opportunity to exchange national experiences and challenges faced when managing hypertension, lipids, unhealthy behaviour, atrial fibrillation and heart failure in primary care.

News • 31-3-2017

What do the 2016 ESC Guidelines on cardiovascular risk and elevated lipids say and what are the implications for primary care?

EPCCS 2017 Impression of the lecture at the EPCCS CV Summit, given by dr Carlos Brotons (Barcelona, Spain).

News • 31-3-2017

Controversies in Lipids – is the role of statins now clear, are there alternatives, and what’s in the pipeline?

EPCCS 2017 Impression of the special invited lecture at the EPCCS CV Summit, given by Professor John Chapman ( Paris, France).

News • 31-3-2017

What do the 2016 ESC guidelines on atrial fibrillation say and what are the implications for primary care?

EPCCS 2017 Impression of the lecture at the EPCCS CV Summit, given by dr. Geert-Jan Geersing (Utrecht, The Netherlands).

News • 31-3-2017

What’s the new evidence base for heart failure diagnosis & management?

EPCCS 2017 Impression of the lecture at the EPCCS CV Summit, given by professor Arno Hoes (Utrecht, The Netherlands).

News • 30-3-2017

Controversies in Hypertension – what are the implications of SPRINT in the context of recent treatment trials?

EPCCS 2017 Impression of the special invited lecture at the EPCCS CV Summit, given by Professor Richard McManus (Oxford, UK).

News • 30-3-2017

Guidance on changing health behaviours – what is the evidence, what’s recommended, and do I agree?

EPCCS 2017 Impression of the lecture at the EPCCS CV Summit, given by Professor Christi Deaton ( Cambridge, UK).

 

Slides prepared and provided by the presenters at the CV Summit


Slides • 20-4-2017

Controversies in Hypertension – what are the implication of SPRINT in the context of recent treatment trials?

EPCCS 2017 Slides presented by Professor Richard McManus (University of Oxford, United Kingdom)

Slides • 20-4-2017

Guidance on changing health behaviours – what is the evidence, what’s recommended, and do I agree?

EPCCS 2017 Slides presented by Professor Christi Deaton (Univerisity of Cambridge, United Kingdom)

Slides • 20-4-2017

Lipid Management: What do the guidelines say and what are the implications for primary care?

EPCCS 2017 Slides presented by Dr Carlos Brotons (Sardenya Primary Health Care Center, Barcelona, Spain)

Slides • 20-4-2017

Atrial Fibrillation Management: What do the guidelines say and what are the implications for primary care?

EPCCS 2017 Slides presented by Dr Geert-Jan Geersing (Julius Center for Health Sciences and Primary Care, Utrecht, The Netherlands)

Slides • 20-4-2017

What’s the new evidence base for heart failure diagnosis & management?

EPCCS 2017 Slides presented by Professor Arno Hoes (University of Utrecht, Julius Center of Health Sciences and Primary Care, Utrecht, The Netherlands).
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