The Canadian Cardiovascular Congress (CCC) Call for Science is now open! Transform your thinking and improve the cardiovascular health of Canadians. Use this opportunity to showcase your high quality, innovative research in cardiovascular health and care excellence by submitting a workshop or abstract.
CCS Guidelines TV
Interested in learning more about our Atrial Fibrillation, Dyslipidemia and Heart Failure guideline programs?
Check out our series of short videos that feature key-opinion leaders and highlight important topics and content from the latest guideline updates.
CCS National Quality Report TAVI
The CCS National Quality Report: TAVI is the first to describe the quality of TAVI care at the national level, and attests to the feasibility and value of a collaborative and transparent effort to improve patient care across Canada.
The 2016 CCS Atrial Fibrillation Guidelines are now available.
Read the full guideline to learn more about: management of antithrombotic therapy for AF patients, real-life data with NOACs, the use of antidotes for the reversal of NOACs, digoxin as a rate control agent, perioperative anticoagulation management and AF surgical therapy
2016 CCS Dyslipidemia Guidelines are now available.
Read the full guideline to learn more about: risk management, methods of screening, when to initiate statin therapy, benefits of health behavior modifications and the use of non-statin medication
Become a Fellow of the CCS!
The FCCS designation means recognition and acknowledges your achievement as a clinician or scientist, whether in academia or in the community.
Learn about the full benefits of fellowship and apply by April 30th, 2017.