Delaware Chapter of the American College of Cardiology
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- Editorâ€™s Corner | What Does the Future of Cardiology Look Like?This month we are proud to launch the public phase of the ACC's Campaign for the Future â€“ a Mission-based philanthropic effort to empower future cardiovascular leaders, researchers and clinicians; build a diverse and inclusive profession; and foster innovation and grow transformational global programs aimed at optimizing patient care and improving outcomes.
- ACC, CRF Announce Martin B. Leon Center for Cardiovascular TransformationThe ACC and Cardiovascular Research Foundation have announced an innovative partnership to create the Martin B. Leon Center for Cardiovascular Transformation during last month's TCT 2020 Opening Session.
- Quality Improvement For Institutions | Diversity, Quality in COVID-19 Era, Improved Patient Outcomes Key Themes at ACC Quality Summit VirtualACC Quality Summit Virtual drew more than 3,200 attendees from 45 countries for two days of sessions focused on improving health care quality through NCDR, ACC Accreditation Services and quality campaigns. The meeting featured 23 educational sessions, 18 on-demand sessions, ePosters and a virtual Exhibit Hall with eight exhibitors.
- Perspective | Finding Our Voices: Building an LGBTQIA+ Community Within CardiologyWe are four gay cardiologists, each in different phases of our careers and each moved by the progress for LGBTQIA+ individuals in our short lifetimes. We are proud physicians who care deeply and passionately for all our patients, just as you do. We stand here today to say there are still many challenges and many […]
- Feature | TAVR Insights From TCT 2020 ConnectStructural heart disease continues to be an important track at all scientific meetings and TCT 2020 Connect did not disappoint.