Asian Pacific Society of Cardiology (APSC)
Société cardiologique Asie-Pacifique
1956-04-18 Manila Philippines
18 Apr 1956, Manila (Philippines), following recommendations of 2nd World Congress on Cardiology, 1954. By-laws revised 1976, Honolulu HI (USA); 1991, Seoul (Korea Rep).
Foster the study and dissemination of knowledge of diseases of the cardiovascular system in the region of Asia and Oceania, and promote scientific exchange and professional contacts among workers in this field; organize a regional congress every 4 years.
Events2023 | Dubai, United Arab Emirates – Annual Congress
2022 | Singapore, Singapore – Annual Congress
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General Assembly (every 4 years) elects President and Secretary-Treasurer who, together with immediate Past-President and Zone Vice-Presidents, comprise Executive Council. Zones (5): North-east Asia; Southeast Asia; Pacific; South Asia; West Asia. Scientific Committees (7): Research; Education; Rehabilitation; Prevention; Clinical Cardiology; Paediatric Cardiology; Cardiac Surgery.
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