EACH Plan for Cardiovascular Health Launched
The European Alliance for Cardiovascular Health (EACH) revealed its Cardiovascular Health (CVH) Plan for Europe during a high-level policy meeting on May 16, 2022. The plan will reduce premature and preventable deaths in Europe and improve access to high-quality cardiovascular risk assessment and multidisciplinary care pathways for all, paving the way to a better quality […]Read more
The European Alliance for Cardiovascular Health stands in solidarity with Ukraine and calls for continuity of care and protection of the most vulnerable.
The European Alliance for Cardiovascular Health adds its voice to that of its partners in solidarity with the people of Ukraine. We are deeply saddened by the invasion of Ukraine and call to the parties involved in the war for an immediate cessation of all hostilities and a peaceful resolution. We are extremely concerned about […]Read more
EACH welcomes the EU Roadmap on NCDs initiative
The European Alliance for Cardiovascular Health welcomes the ambitious initiative of the European Commission to support Member States in the fight against the high prevalence of non-communicable diseases such as cardiovascular disease, their causes and consequences, and to address health determinants more generally.Read more
Joint Statement on Cancer CVD Comorbidities endorsed by EACH
Cancer and cardiovascular disease are closely linked. Cardiovascular disease is the most frequent side effect of cancer treatment, due to cardiotoxicity, which refers to toxic effects of cancer treatmeRead more
EACH welcomes the EU Commission EU4Health programme
The European Cardiovascular Health Alliance, which brings together the leading health organisations with an interest to promote policy action and investment to improve the cardiovascular health of European citizens, strongly welcomes the EU Commission’s EU4Health programme.Read more
EACH endorses the Technical Meeting on Familiar Hypercholesterolemia (FH) Paediatric Screening, accompanying event of the Slovenian EU Presidency.
This technical meeting aims to share experiences and explore possible future strategies to improve collaboration and equity in the provision of newborn and FH paediatric screening within the EU. Participants include policy makers at EU and national level, patient organizations, representatives of the main professional associations, regulatory authorities and HTA agencies.Read more
On 27 September, the European Alliance for Cardiovascular Health was officially launched during a high-level policy debate attended by representatives of European Commission, Member States and European Parliament. The event discussed policy actions to improve cardiovascular care for citizens across the EU.Read more