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AEPC Association for European Paediatric Cardiology

The AEPC or Association for European Paediatric Cardiology was founded in 1963 at Lyon and slowly it has created a branch of specialists who are working towards the advancement of Congenital Cardiology and fields related to it. AEPC as part of the annual membership fee offers a free subscription of Cardiology in the Young and having other benefits also.  The membership of the association also offers several other benefits. The membership of the Association has around 1060 cardiologists who are Paediatric cardiologists and other specialists working in the field of paediatric cardiology and its related disciplines. The Association for European Paediatric Cardiology and its Working Groups aim to enhance collaboration among its members for professional development and scientific research and to maintain high standards of professional practice. The Ordinary Members of Association for European Paediatric Cardiology are originally from around 32 countries in the continent of Europe, and each country is represented by an elected National Delegate within the Association. AEPC has also several members outside Europe. The AEPC co-operates with different associations working in the field of congenital heart weakness that are originating from other continents. The association also works closely together with European Society of Cardiology and its organizations. Various activities of AEPC are organized by the Working Groups. These Working Groups represent different subspecialties and specific areas of paediatric cardiology and congenital heart diseases. Over the years, AaGUCH Task Force (grown-up with congenital heart disease), 10 Working Groups and a group of trained Junior Fellows have been arranged within this Association to bring together people with similar interests in order to facilitate collaboration and research with adult cardiologists, paediatric cardiac surgeons and scientists who are closely related to paediatric cardiology.

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