We had our 2021 Annual Meeting in April. Thank you to those who attended and we look forward to next year.
Check out the first issue of the CCACC Newsletter with a message from the Connecticut Chapter President, Dr. Craig A McPherson.
In support of our ongoing efforts to build a diverse and excellent clinical research workforce, ACC is seeking applicants for its extended Clinical Trials Research: Upping Your Game program. This exciting, year-long program offers a one-year curriculum, networking and mentoring opportunities for cardiovascular professionals seeking to up their game in the quest for new science.
Our virtual annual meeting will be on zoom tonight. Click the link below for the url and password to get in and the full agenda.
6:15 PM – Opening Remarks
6:30 – 8:00 PM – Abstract Presentations
See you there!
Hello fellow cardiologists of Connecticut. As Connecticut appears to have reached its COVID-19 plateau, I hope that you are all coping well with our “new normal” state of existence.
Join us July 18th, 2020 at the Boston Park Plaza for the inaugural New England Women in Cardiology Conference in Boston, Massachusetts.
Dear Connecticut ACC Colleagues, Please allow me to take a moment to thank you all for the selfless acts of patient care during these trying and dangerous times. I will not belabor or repeat what we have heard and will continue to hear over the next weeks. We will weather this storm together. Concurrent with
Dear Colleagues: Please take three minutes of your time to answer these important questions: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/C8ZDYNW about the impact of the current COVID-19 pandemic on our practices, needs, and available resources. We hope to use this information to improve our patients’ care and our own teams’ safety in all participating national and international locations. Prepared by the multi-state