ACC Legislative Conference Registration FREE For Medical Students, Residents

June 16, 2024

Upcoming Event

Registration is now open for ACC Advocacy's signature three-day event, ACC Legislative Conference 2024, taking place Sept. 29-Oct. 1 in Washington, DC. Don't miss your chance to network with fellow ACC Advocates, learn about health policy issues impacting cardiovascular patients and the profession, and meet with your lawmakers and their staff on Capitol Hill. Medical students and residents can waive the registration fee with the code FIT. Learn more and register here.

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ACC Webinar: Multimodality Cardiac Imaging: Understanding the Many Paths From Training to Practice

May 28, 2024

Featured Webinar

Join ACC's Imaging and Fellows in Training Sections on June 3 at 7:30 p.m. ET for a webinar discussing cardiovascular imaging careers and training. Attendees will gain insight on topics such as the role of imaging cardiologists, diverse imaging pathways, cardiac imaging fellowships and more. There will also be a Q&A period where attendees can interact with panelists. Learn more.

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WIC Spotlight: Why I Chose Cardiology

May 7, 2024

Feature Article

"Cardiology offers a diverse range of cases, from preventive care to complex interventions. The ability to diagnose and treat various cardiovascular conditions keeps the field intellectually stimulating and rewarding." Read more about what drew Alena Gonzalez, MD, to the cardiology field, and learn more about the Women in Cardiology Member Section here.

Share Your Quality Improvement Successes at ACC Quality Summit 2024

April 26, 2024


Share your quality improvement successes with an abstract for ACC Quality Summit 2024, taking place Sept. 17-19 in San Antonio, TX. Showcase how NCDR and ACC Accreditation Services have helped you improve patient care, processes or quality initiatives through innovative educational experiences, team-based collaboration, data collection processes or research activities. The deadline for live session abstracts is Monday, May 13 and ePosters is Monday, June 24. Learn more.

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Applications Now Open For ACC’s Internal Medicine Cardiology Program

August 20, 2023

Call For Applications

The ACC is now accepting applications for all five cohorts of ACC's Internal Medicine Cardiology Program. The program is designed to introduce internal medicine interns, residents and cardiology fellows to a career in cardiology by connecting them with mentors, a peer network and education on career opportunities in the field.

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Learn More About Cardiology Career Paths

April 24, 2023

Career Development

Ready to explore a career in cardiology and/or take your career to the next level? Learn about the various career paths within cardiology with ACC's new "Careers in Cardiology" page.


ACC.23/WCC Clinical Trials Recap

March 28, 2023

Featured Webinar

Listen to concise summaries from FITs from the University of Michigan, with commentary from Editor-in-Chief Kim A. Eagle, MD, MACC, on the most impactful late-breaking clinical trials from ACC.23/WCC.

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JACC: Case Reports: How to Write Your First Clinical Case Report

November 14, 2022

JACC Family of Journals

Although the process for young authors is rewarding once the manuscript gets accepted, the writing and revision process can be exhausting. In a recent article, JACC: Case Reports Editor-in-Chief Julia Grapsa, MD, PhD, FACC, shares valuable advice on how to publish a clinical case, guiding authors from journal selection to revision and beyond.

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Call For Applications For ACC’s Internal Medicine Cardiology Programs, Due Dec. 16

November 8, 2022

Call For Applications

The ACC is now accepting applications for four new cohorts in ACC’s Internal Medicine Programs. The program is designed to introduce internal medicine interns, residents and cardiology fellows to a career in cardiology by connecting them with mentors, a peer network and education on career opportunities in the field.

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Apply For Dedicated Sports Cardiology Fellowship Opportunity

July 11, 2022


At Emory University School of Medicine, the cardiovascular disease fellowship – led by Program Director, B. Robinson Williams III, MD, FACC, and Associate Director, Puja Mehta, MD, FACC – offers a 4-year clinical investigator track.

Reflections on the ACC IM-Cardiology Program

July 5, 2022   |   Carolyne N Kuria, MD

Feature Article

I first felt the weight of being an under-represented minority (URM) when I applied to medical school. I bested the hurdles of becoming a first-generation physician, only to realize that pursuing cardiology would be an even bigger challenge.

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Webinar: Teaching in the Clinical Setting

April 19, 2022

Featured Webinar

Are you aiming to be an outstanding educator while on service? Join the FIT Section on April 21 at 7 p.m. ET for a webinar on educating in the clinical setting. Learn about how to execute effective teaching strategies, tackle teaching at multiple levels and build a career in medical education.


Seeking Volunteers For the FITs on the Go Initiative

February 28, 2022


ACC.22 is just around the corner, and we are looking for volunteers to join the FITs on the GO (FOTG) initiative! FITs from the Mayo Clinic and ACC have partnered to create FOTG with the goal of spreading cardiology knowledge and building a community among trainees. For the first time, in addition to FITs, we are opening this opportunity to medical residents and medical students.

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Women in Cardiology | Defining the Future: Summary and Discussion

February 1, 2022

Feature Article

The "Women in Cardiology - Defining the Future" event was a free webinar hosted by the Cardiovascular Institute of Philadelphia. This program explored mentorship, choosing a career path, and work-life balance through moderated discussion with a panel of women in cardiology.

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Myocardial Ischemia Redux

August 26, 2020

Cardiology Magazine Highlights

In a recent Cardiology article, Peter C. Block, MD, FACC, focuses on a central question: how does CAD relate to myocardial ischemia? He notes that if a stable mid-coronary lesion is present, perhaps the real site of action is all downstream.