women in cardiology

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A New Guide For Medical Students & Junior Doctors On How To Become A Cardiologist

For all those considering a career in Cardiology, we hope that this guide will provide both a broad training overview and in-depth advice of how to maximise your application for both internal medicine and higher speciality training.

May 30, 2024
If I Had To Start Again, I Would Definitely Choose Cardiology

I love my job and I have a strong determination to continue learning everything new in this exciting era of cardiac devices

Dr Rawan Khuwaileh
May 14, 2024
Support for Victims of Sexual Misconduct

A list of links and resources for those who have experienced or witnessed sexual misconduct.

March 5, 2024
Statement from the British Cardiovascular Society in response to the WPSMS report on sexual misconduct in surgery

Last week the Working Party on Sexual Misconduct in Surgery (WPSMS) published a report of their recent findings and recommendations.

September 18, 2023
Less Than Full Time Working Guidelines

BJCA and BCS Guidelines for less than full time working in Cardiology

June 1, 2023
Work-Life Balance

The Expectations and Perspectives as a Female Interventional Cardiologist

May 5, 2023
Refresh and Inspire 2022

Refresh and Inspire 2022, Final Program

November 18, 2022
"We're making good progress, but there's a lot of work still to be done"

Listen to a conversation with Prof R Mehran, Prof B Casadei & Prof A Poppas.

September 7, 2022
Irish WIC Survey - Europe's largest gender gap in cardiology

An article exploring perceptions amongst Irish cardiology trainees and consultants re working in cardiology

June 30, 2022
Return To Work Guidelines

Resources for cardiology trainees and consultants returning to work after a period of absence.

May 26, 2022
Working As A Job Share Requires Real Trust Between The Pairing

We each work three days per week, overlapping on the day of the TOE list, which we share.

Dr Lynn Miller
May 24, 2022
The Most Important Thing Will Always Be Family

Like many parents, medical and non-medical there are several pressures on the work life balance, but the most important thing will always be family.

Dr Tim Fairbairn
May 18, 2022