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Becoming a member of the CHIP Network helps connect the global community of Adult and Pediatric Cardiac Professionals.

Each month, congenital heart and pediatric cardiac professional members will receive informative weekly messages delivered directly to your email – CHiP’s e-mails include:

  • Journal Watch – keep up with literature in your field
  • A Global listing of upcoming educational events
  • News items in the pediatric cardiac and congenital heart fields
  • Featured videos and presentations

CHiP Network’s membership allows you to access content that is relevant to your profession.

Members will be able to easily access:

  • The Pediatric Cardiac Learning Center
  • The ACHD Learning Center
  • Congenital heart and pediatric podcasts from Dr. Robert Pass
Members will have the option of letting others see your email address so colleagues can communicate with you (and vice versa). The CHiP community will be able to assist associated organizations and non-commercial sponsors in targeting messages to professional members in selected cities, states, countries, and regions.

CHiP will be able to send targeted messages for various professional groups. Members will have access to a growing directory of congenital heart and pediatric cardiac professionals by type of professional activity and location.

What CHiP Is Planning

Currently, the CHiP Network emails and websites are in English. As we grow our community and the need arises, information and messages in additional languages may be added in the future.

Members will be able to post recruitment opportunities and to seek employment opportunities.  Announcements and other interesting material will be considered for publication.

We encourage you to become a member and explore the exclusive content on the CHiP Network site.

The Types of Professional Groups Who Will Benefit by Being a Member of the CHiP Network


Membership in the chip network has been and will continue to be free of charge. To accomplish this, The CHiP Network needs to find its own funding. We hope to receive support from organizations, institutions, and individuals with an interest in our services and the communities that we serve. If you can help, please do so.”