Critical to the success of SCAI Women in Innovations (WIN) is the participation of as many broad reaching stakeholders as possible. The thematic concept behind WIN is one of advancement, innovation and most of all inclusion, and the road to achievement is impossible without the help of the right partners. SCAI hopes this will be a true effort in collaboration, and listed below are some of the possible ways in which you or your organization might participate:

Physicians

Medical Device and Pharmaceutical Industry Partners

Non-Medical Corporate Sponsors

Government Organizations, Patient Advocacy Groups & Other Non-Profit Organizations



       "...Gender-specific research and
       treatment for cardiovascular
       disease remains a major concern.
       Women are reported as having
       higher incidents of complications
       than men..."
               - Steven R. Bailey, MD, FSCAI

        SCAI President Dr. Steven
           Bailey's WIN INVITATION





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Physicians
We can only advance so far without your help. BECOME A MEMBER NOW!

Join our Global Ambassadors Program

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Medical Device and Pharmaceutical Industry Partners
Any medical device and/or pharmaceutical company is encouraged to provide their support for WIN through a restricted grant towards the WIN initiatives outlined in this proposal. All corporate sponsors will be properly acknowledged on the SCAI WIN webpage and in any promotional materials for the program including press releases, SCAI newsletter articles, marketing materials, etc. ACT NOW!

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Non-Medical Corporate Sponsors
Corporate sponsors not affiliated with a cardiovascular medical device or pharmaceutical drug are encouraged to provide their support for this effort through the following avenues:

  • Restricted grants which will support the full spectrum of WIN initiatives outlined in this proposal.
    Promotional opportunities including advertising space on the SCAI WIN website and opportunities to distribute promotional materials at WIN events. Benefits to promotion include access not only to the population of WIN physicians, but to all other constituents of the WIN community, including patients and other WIN sponsors.

  • All corporate sponsors will be properly acknowledged on the SCAI WIN webpage and in any promotional materials for the program including press releases, SCAI newsletter articles, marketing materials, etc.

    ACT NOW!

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Government Organizations, Patient Advocacy Groups & Other Non-Profit Organizations
WIN welcomes the participation of any like-minded government, patient advocacy or other non-profit organization. Ways in which such groups might participate in this effort are:

  • Co-sponsorship of the overall SCAI WIN effort. Co-sponsorship will include a posting of information about your organization (including a logo and direct web link) on the WIN website, the ability to promote your organization’s programs or products at WIN events, and access to the community of WIN physician throught leaders.

  • Opportunities to collaborate on a variety of educational or research initiatives which would involve physicians, patients and other relevant stakeholders. WIN is not aimed at crossing into uncharted territory, but rather aims to partner with compatible organizations on activities through a shared set of knowledge and resources.

    ACT NOW!

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ACT NOW!

If you wish to explore one of the options listed above, or suggest other ways in which you might become part of this effort, please contact SCAI Associate Director of Education, Rebecca Teichgraeber at rebeccat@scai.org, 202-741-9854 or toll free at 800 992 7224.


     

 

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