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Gina Lundberg, MD, FACC
Welcome to the Women in Cardiology (WIC) Member Section!

I am so honored to serve as the ACC WIC Leadership Council and Section Chair for 2022 to 2025. I am dedicated to enhancing our profession by engaging, preparing, and promoting women in leadership, achieving gender and career equity, enhancing professional development and encouraging wellness. Since 1995, I have been an active Fellow of the American College of Cardiology. I have served on the national ACC Women in Cardiology (WIC) Leadership Council and served as Co-Chair on the Communications and Social Media Committee of the ACC WIC Section. Read More >>

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Women in Cardiology: The Journey, How to Prevent Burnout and Lessons From Women Who Paved the Way

June 2, 2024

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Three recently posted articles discuss important topics for women in cardiology, including the continuing journey of women in the field, seven ways women in cardiology can prevent clinician burnout and key takeaways from a career development event which featured women who helped pave the way. Read the full articles:

Breaking Barriers: The Journey of Women in Cardiology

Navigating the Abyss: Burnout Among Women Cardiologists

ACC CA WIC and UCSF Career Development Event: Lessons From Women Who Have Paved the Way

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WIC Spotlight: Why I Chose Cardiology

May 1, 2024   |   Alena Gonzalez, MD

Feature Article

My interest in the field of cardiology was sparked at a very young age when my family members would visit the doctor for cardiovascular-related diseases. This interest only grew stronger when I studied human physiology in medical school. While studying physiology, I was excited and curious about the complex mechanisms behind each heartbeat.

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Take the 2024 ACC Career Benchmark Survey

April 26, 2024

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Take the 2024 ACC Career Benchmark Survey to help build a comprehensive view of clinician compensation andbetter support cardiovascular professionals in compensation negotiations. Complete the survey by Friday, May 31 for the chance to win a free registration to attend ACC.25 in Chicago, IL. Responses are anonymous.Take the survey here.

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