Activities and Awards
Cardiac CT Training Online Course
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Canadian Cardiovascular Congress (CCC)
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Dr. Michael Freeman CNCT Annual Achievement Award
The Dr. Michael Freeman Canadian Society of Cardiovascular Nuclear and CT Imaging (CNCT) Annual Achievement Award honours the memory of Dr. Michael Freeman and recognizes a member who has made an outstanding contribution in their career to Cardiovascular Nuclear and/or CT Imaging in Canada.
A call for nominations will go out annually to all CNCT members with a closing date of early-May.
CNCT members are asked to nominate an outstanding individual:
- Whose career has significantly contributed to the clinical practice, teaching and/or research in Cardiovascular Nuclear and/or CT imaging in Canada;
- Is recognized and respected among their peers in cardiac imaging in Canada and internationally; and
- It is usually expected that the nominee would be a Member or a Past Member in good standing of the CNCT.
A nomination submission must include the following documents:
- A Letter of Recommendation summarizing the candidate’s career and how they have significantly contributed to the clinical practice, teaching and/or research in Cardiovascular Nuclear and/or CT imaging in Canada, and why they should be considered for recognition; and
- A Biography and Curriculum Vitae of the nominee.
The award will be presented at the Canadian Cardiovascular Congress (CCC) at the CCS Award Ceremony. The winner will receive a plaque.
Best Abstract Award:
In 2016, CNCT established an award to recognize excellence in cardiac imaging research.
A call will go out annually to all CNCT members adhering to the CCS Call for Science deadline for abstract submissions.
- Abstract submitted to the Canadian Cardiovascular Congress (CCC) in the field of cardiac imaging (Nuclear, PET, CT, echocardiography, MR); and
- Clinical or basic science.
If the abstract is submitted from an Awards Committee Members’ institution, or if an Awards Committee Member is identified as co-author of the abstract, a CNCT member will be selected to serve on the Awards Committee.
The award will be presented at the CCC at the CCS Award Ceremony. The winner will receive an honorary plaque.
Canadian Society of Cardiovascular Nuclear and CT Imaging
150 Elgin Street, Suite 1000
Ottawa, ON K2P 1L4