• Consultation on the European Cardiovascular Strategic Research Agenda

  • April 25th 2019
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    In order to reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease we need more knowledge and innovation. A Strategic Research Agenda on cardiovascular diseases has identified a list of 15 research domains for cardiovascular research. To prioritise these, a survey is now open to everyone in the cardiovascular field: health care professionals, patients and citizens, researchers, policy advisors, and people working in the biomedical industry. Please respond.


  • Heart Failure and Cardiovascular Diseases

  • April 23rd 2019
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    Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the number one cause of death in Europe as well as in the European Union (EU), where it is responsible for 3.9 and 1.8 million deaths respectively every year. CVD mortality is falling in most European countries. However, declining death rates do not go hand in hand with declining morbidity. The number of CVD patients remains at a very high level; in the EU alone, almost 49 million people live with cardiovascular disease.

    Within CVD, heart failure is a condition, which is common but neither widely known nor simple. The main causes of heart failure are coronary heart disease and high blood pressure.

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  • European Elections 2019

  • February 13th 2019
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    The European Heart Network (EHN) calls on all 2019 political candidates and parties to pledge their commitment to improving cardiovascular health and the lives of those living with CVD. We explain why this is so important in our EHN manifesto for the European elections 2019.


  • World No Tobacco Day

  • June 05th 2018
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    The European Heart Network, the Smokefree Partnership, the World Heart Federation and the European Network for Smoking Prevention organise a Round table on Tobacco Control and Cardiovascular Diseases, and a World No Tobacco Day Award Ceremony in the European Parliament in Brussels

    6 June 2018, 11:00 - 13:00, Meeting Room ASP 3F383

    Here is a link to the programme

    Here is a link to the press release