Our Mission is to Promote the Prevention and Treatment of Cardiovascular Disease, including Stroke, in Blacks and other Minorities and to Achieve Health Equity for all through the Elimination of Disparities.
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8th Annual Spirit of the Heart Awards Dinner
Our annual ‘Spirit of the Heart’ awards dinner serves as a celebration of life with proceeds supporting ABCs ‘Spirit of the Heart’ community outreach which provides consumers with the knowledge that heart disease is preventable, and heart healthy activities are important for longevity. Your support also enables the continuing education of underrepresented minorities in the field of cardiology through our annual ABC fellowship awards.
Continuing Medical Education
Join us for the Association of Black Cardiologists’ and the National Association for Continuing Education’s Conversations in Cardiology virtual live conference. Utilizing an interactive, moderator led format, this program will help you hone your skills in the diagnosis and management of patients you are likely encountering in your practice. You will be able to interact with the faculty in real-time to get your questions answered. For physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants.
Why healthcare must be a right: a patient's story
ABC stands behind our long-term commitment to ensuring health equity and equal treatment for all persons regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic status and geography.
Listen to a patient’s firsthand account of the impact of the Affordable Care Act and how it ensures equal access to evidence-based treatment and appropriate medical care, avoiding financial catastrophe and adverse health outcomes.Click here to watch video
ABC Clinical Trials Network
Clinical trials are an important step in discovering new treatments for cardiovascular disease as well as new ways to detect, diagnose, and reduce the risk of disease. The TACT2 clinical trial follows patients for 5 years to perform an economic analysis of chelation therapy and to determine if a chelation-based strategy in patients with diabetes and prior myocardial infarction improves event-free survival and/or reduces mortality.Learn More
Through the ABC, I have developed significant mentoring relationships with many prominent cardiologists throughout the nation who have helped to broaden my research focus and strengthen my clinical endeavors.
ABC is on the forefront of health equity. Even though I am not a black cardiologist, I feel that the mission and values of the organization are very aligned with my own and the organization is very inclusive.
I was successful in winning the Dr. Jay Brown Best Abstract award. This helped to foster collaborations and mentorship which have been invaluable for a junior attending.
The ABC has helped me to build and maintain professional relationships across numerous specialties in different institutions.
One of the things I like best about ABC is that they actively promote research and collaboration among its members and with other groups/institutions.