British Junior Cardiologists' Association (BJCA)
Dear Cardiology Trainee,
Welcome to the British Junior Cardiologists' Association webpages at the BCS.
Who are we?
The BJCA is your society! We exist to facilitate and support training of all UK cardiology trainees.
We are made up of trainee members throughout the UK, and communication with our 870* members is coordinated by local deanery representatives and a central council. We have official representation on the councils of all the subspeciality professional bodies and we represent your views on the national Cardiology Speciality Advisory Committee (SAC) and other groups that organise our training.
Why should I join?
Navigating your way through speciality training can be a daunting task and we are uniquely placed to help you in this. Membership will allow you unique access to information on upcoming training events and conferences, the KBA, committee news and allow us to canvass your opinion on a range of issues that affect your training. We hope that the National Cardiology Handbook will answer many of your questions and help to guide you painlessly through core training.
Members such as yourself have helped launch initiatives such as the excellent subspeciality training guides. A particular highlight are the world class educational resources offered by the hand selected webcasts.
How do I join?
Membership is free, and is open to all cardiology specialty registrars holding an NTN or LAT, and cardiology research and clinical fellows. To join, please click here.
Good luck in your training,
Dr David Holdsworth
*Accurate as of June 2012
Content prepared with assistance of Dr James Rosengarten, StR, Wessex Cardiology Programme.
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