Cardiovascular imaging practice in Europe: A report from the European Association of Cardiovascular Imaging
European Heart Journal Cardiovascular Imaging , Volume 16 - Issue 7 p. 697- 702
Theneed for cardiovascular imaging (CVI) is expected to increase over the coming years due to the changes inCVdisease epidemiologyand ageing of the population.However, reliable statistics on CVI practice in Europe are lacking. Establishing the current status of the use of CVI across Europe hasbecome the first comprehensive project of the European Association of Cardiovascular Imaging and the European Society of Cardiology Taskforce on CVI. In 2013, a survey with relevant information regarding CVI was sent to all National Imaging/Echocardiography Societies and Working Groups. Representatives from 41 countries returned the questionnaire. The present report provides key results of the survey, relating to existing education, training, certification and national accreditation programmes, healthcare organizations, and reimbursement systems.
|Accreditation, Cardiovascular imaging, Certification, Survey, Training|
|European Heart Journal Cardiovascular Imaging|
|Organisation||Department of Radiology|
Lancellotti, P, Plońska-Gos̈ciniak, E, Garbi, M, Bucciarelli-Ducci, C, Cosyns, J, Cardim, N, … Habib, G. (2015). Cardiovascular imaging practice in Europe: A report from the European Association of Cardiovascular Imaging. European Heart Journal Cardiovascular Imaging (Vol. 16, pp. 697–702). doi:10.1093/ehjci/jev116