• Get started with the ACCA e-learning programme

     


    Accessible to any professional (ESC members) interested in the field of Acute Cardiovascular Care, provided they have a My ESC account (Username & password).

    To access the ACCA e-learning programme, log in with your My ESC credentials (Username and Password). Join ACCA here

     

    Knowledge module

    Available Topics

    Open to all:

    • 6. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation and the post-cardiac arrest syndrome

    Restricted to ACCA paying members:

    • 5. Sudden cardiac death: epidemiology and prevention
    • 7. The Emergency Medical System    
    • 9. Acute dyspnoea in the ED
    • 19. Clinical Assessment and Monitoring of Chest Radiographs in Acute Cardiology
    • 20. Echocardiography and thoracic ultrasound
    • 24.Principles of mechanical ventilation 
    • 25. Non-invasive ventilation
    • 26. Temporary pacing
    • 29. Renal support therapy 
    • 31. Mechanical circulatory support
    • 38. Biomarkers in acute heart failure
    • 46. Mechanical complications of myocardial infarction
    • 52. Acute Heart Failure: Classification, Epidemiology and Pathophysiology
    • 56. Conduction disturbances and pacemakers
    • 59. Myocarditis and pericarditis 
    • 63. Cardiac Complications in Trauma
    • 67. Pulmonary embolism 
    • 69. Acute kidney injury
    • 71. Bleeding and haemostatis disorders
    • 72. Anaemia and transfusion
    • 74. Acute pain in the ICCU

    More courses coming soon over the course of 2017

     

    Professional Development module

    *Accessible to ACCA paying Members only

    It is essential for acute cardiac care cardiologists to be able to demonstrate their qualifications, training and professionalism to employers, colleagues and patients. This is done in a number of ways depending on the country, national and local requirements, and the specific setting. This section of the ACCA ESCeL is provided to support cardiologists in demonstrating their training, experience and professionalism, building and enhancing their CV, and direct them to some of the freely available resources with which to do this.