Cardiology is undergoing a gender flip, with a huge increase in the number of women training to be cardiologists. To address this, the ESC has launched the Women in ESC Initiative to ensure that women coming into the field are sufficiently armed for successful careers.
The ESC offers grants for its members to attend the innovative executive education programme of the Saïd Business School of the University of Oxford, United Kingdom. The course introduces different ways of dealing with organizational challenges and provides women with tools for finding a career strategy that works for them.
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17 ESC countries have been selected to participate to an ESC survey to better understand the working environment and challenges for cardiology professionals today.
The survey results, which will be presented at ESC Congress 2017, will help the ESC to provide the appropriate support to cardiologists and cardiovascular scientists, as well as help the ESC to be a more effective advocate for its members.
Our mission: To reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease
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