CCC 2017 October 21 - 24, 2017 - Vancouver, BC
Trainee Program is an
excellent means for trainees to
enrich their Congress experience.
Cardiovascular Trainee Program
Saturday, October 21 to Tuesday, October 24
Cardiovascular Trainee Program consists of a series of meet-the-experts workshops and hands-on skills labs catering to trainees’ specific interests given by world-class clinicians and research scientists.
New this year: Trainee specific programming is being scheduled from Saturday until Tuesday, and some programming will be open to a broader audience!
Top 5 Reasons why you should attend the 2017 Trainee Program:
- We have 1 NEW Resuscitation Skills Lab and 12 NEW workshops including Hemodynamics, Imaging, LVAD Parameters, Crafting Your Job Portfolio, Leadership, and Global Health!
- We are restructuring the existing Skills Labs to be even more hands-on and interactive!
- Back by popular demand; we have Negotiations and Community Practice and Transitions workshops!
- We have the Trainee Lounge that takes mentorship and networking to a whole new level, and includes a NEW Women in Cardiovascular Medicine session!
- We have 2.5 days of full trainee programming integrated into the CCC and it kicks off with the Networking Luncheon!
Back by Popular Demand
The Annual Networking Luncheon
Saturday, October 21
Join us over lunch for an opportunity to connect with program directors, division heads and potential future mentors. Be sure to arrive early to guarantee your seat at this popular annual event!Register Now
“For the past 15 years, the Trainee program at CCC has been evolving to meet the needs of the diverse group of young professionals that belong to the CCS. This year, for the first time, the Trainee Program will be delivered across three days and is fully integrated with the main Congress. As always, we aim to cater to a broad array of interests and we are leveraging technology, collaboration and the talent of senior CCS members to do so. New this year is the Trainee Lounge, where we have created an intimate environment to foster interaction and mentorship with Canadian and International leaders, and the Resuscitation Skills Lab, where trainees will put hands-on skills to the test in a dynamic, team-based setting. We are excited to engage the bright young minds that will advance cardiovascular medicine, scientific discovery, and educational leadership in our cardiovascular community.”William McIntyre and Varinder Randhawa, Trainee Program Planning Committee Co-Chairs