The mission of the ACC Cardiovascular Training Member Section and Leadership Council is to facilitate the training of the future cardiovascular workforce and to serve as a resource for salient issues in the profession. Section members will also work within the College to advance cardiovascular science and practice through research and education, establish training criteria and guidelines and influence health care policy.
Serve as a voice for Cardiovascular Training Member Section today! To join, call the ACC's Resource Center at (800) 253-4636, ext. 5603 or check the box on your dues statement each Fall.
By joining the Cardiovascular Training Section list serve, you will get the opportunity to discuss topics of interest and work together with other training professionals to accomplish future goals and:
As the current chair, I would like to welcome you to the Cardiovascular (CV) Training Section! The mission of the Section is to facilitate the training of the future cardiovascular workforce and to serve as a resource for salient cardiovascular education and training issues. Read more >>>
CV Training Section members include physicians, fellowship trainees, program administrators, and the multiple cardiovascular team members who are engaged in education and training of the cardiovascular workforce.
The Section will collaborate with stakeholders across the American College of Cardiology to advance cardiovascular science and practice through research and education, establish training criteria and guidelines and influence health care policy.
The CV Training Section and Leadership Council will provide analysis, insight and practical guidance on issues related to cardiovascular training to the Board of Trustees, Board of Governors, and other members of the College and staff.
The goals of the Section include:
- Bringing together stakeholders (including providers, teachers, and learners) involved in the training of the future CV health care workforce
- Developing an Educational Research Consortium and facilitating coordinated education research to advance knowledge of best educational practice in CV training
- Developing and providing faculty development for educators in CV health care
- Providing a centralized repository of tools and resources to assist Program Directors and Program Coordinators
- Assisting Program Directors and Program Coordinators navigate program accreditation and recruitment.
I look forward to working with you in the accomplishment of these goals.
Please contact Christopher Driver email@example.com with any questions and comments.
Julie Damp, MD, FACC
Chair, CV Training Section and Leadership Council
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