Executive Message

Dear PCICS Community: In the spirit of this newsletter edition’s theme, I asked AI to help me write this executive message.  It took 14 different versions and clarifying prompts to…

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Executive Message

Message from the Vice President Every year, the executive board of PCICS convenes for a 2-day retreat to clarify the Society’s priorities that we believe will best advance the mission…

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Executive Message

Along with 5,752 of our closest friends from around the world, PCICS joined the 8th World Congress of Pediatric Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery in Washington D.C. on August 27-September 3,…

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Executive Message

I can’t believe we are already halfway into 2023! It seems like just yesterday that we were reunited in Miami. It was so nice to be in person again and…

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Leadership Message

“Change is inevitable. Growth is optional.”  — John Maxwell Winter has come and a new calendar year is upon us having just come off an amazingly successful in-person meeting in…

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Treasurer’s Message

Only two more months until we are FINALLY back in person in sunny Miami for our annual meeting! Excited is an understatement!  The conference agenda developed by the Program Committee,…

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President’s Message

Summer has arrived here in DC and in just 6 months, we’ll be heading to Miami Beach for our PCICS Annual Meeting, December 14-18, 2022 (in person!).  I remember feeling…

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Executive Message

The Whole is Greater Than the Sum of its Parts!! -Aristotle And just like that, it’s Spring!!! As I write this and look outside my window at the last vestiges…

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PCICS Leadership Message

The Whole is Greater Than the Sum of its Parts!! -Aristotle And just like that, it’s Spring!!! As I write this and look outside my window at the last vestiges…

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President’s Message August 2021

Summer is here!  And what a difference a year makes. I’m really excited about this newsletter theme because mechanical circulatory support has evolved tremendously over the course of my career…

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