Research Departments Physiology 20200827 Thijs Eijsvogels member EAPC
27 August 2020

The European Association of Preventive Cardiology is a community of more than 7,600 members. The mission of the EAPC is to promote excellence in research, practice, education and policy in cardiovascular health, primary and secondary prevention. The EAPC Sports Cardiology and Exercise Section contributes to this mission by investigating, defining standards, and promoting cardiovascular screening and preventive care in sports, and promoting highquality research and education related to exercise.

The EAPC elections were conducted electronically in July. Thijs was elected as a nucleus member of the Sports Cardiology and Exercise Section for the 2020-2022. As a nucleus member, Thijs' responsibilities will include:
• Participation to the section meetings and videoconferences
• Commitment to deliver assigned tasks within deadlines set by the chairperson
• Contribution to the promotion of EAPC activities

We wish Thijs every success with his new task.

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