ACC Social Media
Stay in touch with the American College of Cardiology (ACC) and get the latest clinical and advocacy news by following the ACC and JACC Journals on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, WeChat and YouTube. Follow along with us on our channels:
Getting Started on Social Media
Are you considering launching a social media presence as a cardiovascular professional? For some tips on getting started and building your audience, view Getting Started on Social Media: A Guide for Cardiovascular Professionals.
Download ACC's Official Hashtag Guide
ACC's Hashtag Reference Guide can help you determine which hashtag(s) to use on social media. The guide outlines hashtags and definitions for more than 100 cardiology- and ACC-related terms. Download it today to join conversations on social media!
2021 ACC Meeting Dates and Hashtags
2022 ACC Meeting Dates and Hashtags
Review ACC’s Social Media Policy
ACC's social media platforms are designed to engage its key audiences and to aid the organization with its ongoing mission to improve cardiovascular care. For more information, read the ACC's Social Media Policy .
Social Media Disclaimer
The American College of Cardiology and the American College of Cardiology Foundation (collectively, the “College”) welcome discussions related to all aspects of cardiology on our social media sites. The College does not allow the posting of any sensitive information relating to the practice of medicine or any information that directly or indirectly could identify a patient or consumer of health care, as it is in violation of our policy. The College reserves the right to remove any posts from its platforms that are in violation of our policies and that are deemed offensive. Promotion of drugs, devices and other medical technologies will not be tolerated, and any comments, discussions or links involving promotional material will be removed. Repeated attempts to post promotional content will result in the individual being blocked and/or reported. Statements or opinions expressed on the page reflect the views of the contributor, and do not reflect the official views of the College, unless otherwise noted. The College cannot respond to every comment. Likes and follows on social media channels are not endorsements. The College assumes no liability for sensitive information posted by users.