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EAS Newsletter May 07, 2020

Thursday 7 May 2020   (0 Comments)
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Certificate of Excellence in Lipidology - can now be completed entirely online

EAS Certificate of Excellence in Lipidology (Update 2.0) is the Society's CME-accredited online teaching programme on EAS Academy. Participants work their way through online modules that cover developments in clinical lipidology, with focus on its role in cardiovascular disease.

Under usual circumstances, participants in the Programme are required to attend a face-to-face Course or Congress to complete it. But current circumstances are anything but usual, and with meeting and travel restrictions in place due to COVID-19, face-to-face courses are out of the question for the time being.

We have therefore waived the requirement to attend a live event, and introduced an additional online module to the Programme. So now you can complete the  Certificate of Excellence Programme in full and collect your CME credits without leaving home.

Why not spend some time exploring the Society’s online educational resource, EAS Academy. Lectures recorded at EAS 2019 Congress are now available Open Access.

To Certificate of Lipidology >>

Lecture of the week: Microbiome: A New Theory of Atherosclerosis?

Our highlighted Open Access Lecture this week is  by Professor Thomas Lüscher, recorded as part of a Plenary session , Preventing CVD risk: Where do we stand?

Professor Thomas Lüscher is an active general and interventional cardiologist with a broad clinical scope and large experience in prevention, coronary and valvular heart disease, percutaneous interventions and heart failure.

ELC: Abstract submission extended to tomorrow, May 08
The 43rd ELC meeting will be held at the Evangelische Akademie in Tutzing, Germany, from September 07-10, 2020. This residential meeting allows you to present, learn from outstanding science and broaden your network during various events in an informal and interactive atmosphere. You need to submit an abstract, to participate in the meeting.

More about ELC submission >>

Save the date for EAS online General Assembly!

EAS Members' General Assembly will be held as an online meeting, June 02, 2020 at 16.00 CET. We hope that many members will take this opportunity to take part. The Agenda and materials for the meeting are now available. Note that there are proposed changes to the Society Bylaws.

A link to join the meeting and instructions on how to vote will be sent to members in the week prior to the meeting.

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Call for nominations to the Executive! 

If you've ever considered taking a more active role in the Society - now is the time! There are a total of six positions open for election during 2020.

Talk to your colleagues, and nominate one of them (with their agreement), or have them put your name forward as a prospective candidate to the Executive Committee.

Last day for nominations is May 25, 2020.

More about the Election >>


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