Swiss cardiologists of tomorrow

Swiss cardiologists of tomorrow (SCOT) was founded in 2015 and is an official working group of the Swiss Society of Cardiology (SGK) . SCOT represents the doctors in Switzerland who are undergoing further training to become specialists in cardiology.

We offer the opportunity to exchange ideas with each other and to establish contacts with established cardiologists. In this way we want to facilitate scientific and clinical cooperation at national and international level. The SCOT Board represents the interests of its members vis-à-vis the SGK and the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) and actively participates in the further development of specialty-specific continuing education.

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Why become a SCOT member?

  • Free membership

  • Significantly discounted fees for the annual conference of the SGK

  • Access to a network of peers and mentors

  • Valuable tips and tricks for planning your career in cardiology

  • The SCOT Board represents your interests towards the SGK – the SCOT President is a member of the SGK Board

  • The SCOT Board of Directors is involved in the development of the continuing education program – SCOT is a member of the Cardiology Continuing Education Committee of the SGK

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