Pan African Society of Cardiology (PASCAR)
Société panafricaine de cardiologie (SOPAC)
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1981-05-06 Lagos Nigeria
6 May 1981, Lagos (Nigeria), at inaugural congress. Constitution last amended at 3rd Congress, 6-11 Mar 1989, Dakar (Senegal).
Promote the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular diseases; promote the education and training of medical and paramedical personnel in cardiology, including cardiac pathology, cardiac rehabilitation, cardiovascular surgery and other related disciplines; educate the general public on cardiovascular health problems; encourage research by the formation of an African Heart Foundation which will ultimately fund and coordinate continental research activities and conferences in all aspects of cardiology.
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Congress (every 2 years). Governing Council, consisting of President, 5 Regional Vice-Presidents (Western, Eastern, Southern, Central, Northern), Secretary General, Treasurer and Immediate Past President. Secretariat, headed by Secretary General.
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