Resources

Please find below a selection of resources for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention

European Score Risk Charts

Systematic Coronary Risk Evaluation
High & Low cardiovascular Risk Charts based on gender, age, total cholesterol, systolic blood pressure and smoking status, with qualifiers and instructions

European Guidelines on CVD Prevention in Clinical Practice & other ESC Guidelines

HeartScore®
The interactive tool for predicting and managing the risk of heart attack and stroke in Europe

EuroPRevent 2008
The EuroPRevent congress 2008, with a special focus on diabetes, hypertension and lipids, will be held in May 2008 in Paris, France

World Cardio Agenda
A listing of cardiology and related meetings around the world. View the list by start date, end date, title, city or country.

SPREAD THE WORD.

Inform a colleague, political leader or friend about the Heart Health Charter.

BUILD THE CHARTER COMMUNITY.

have you already participated locally or want to find out how you can?

Testimonials

"What the Charter represents for Europe is a call for action to put in place policies which will promote CV health in Europe. The reason for a European Charter is because the underlying causes of CVD at a political, economic and social level, transcend national boundaries, and so it’s important that there is a European approach to the prevention of CVD. For example, some policies at a European level have a profound effect on a national level and that’s why you need both an approach at a European level as well as a national approach. "

  • Professor David Wood
    Member of the Steering Committee for European Heart Health Charter, Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine, National Heart and Lung Institute, Imperial College London