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Cleveland Clinic’s Cardiovascular CME Events for 2017

2017 is chock full of heart-related CME from Cleveland Clinic

Heart CME

Controversies in the Management of Cardiovascular Disease

Fri., Oct. 6, 2017, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Roosevelt Hotel | New York, New York


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Offered in partnership with Northwell Health. Over two dozen expert faculty discuss and debate the most critical issues in contemporary practice in short, focused, interactive sessions.

Information/registration: northwell.edu/cme

Cleveland Clinic Cardiovascular Update 2017

Thu.-Fri., Oct. 26-27, 2017
Global Center for Health Innovation | Cleveland, Ohio

Join us for a day and a half of nothing but the latest advances in the diagnosis and management of acute and chronic cardiovascular diseases commonly encountered in the primary care setting. Highly valuable to general cardiologists as well.

Information/registration: ccfcme.org/cvupdate17

Treatment of Coronary Artery Disease: Past, Present and Future —
Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of CABG

Fri., Nov. 3, 2017, 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
InterContinental Hotel & Conference Center | Cleveland, Ohio

30 expert faculty from Cleveland Clinic and around the world discuss and apply the latest data and practices in the use of CABG and PCI. The fast-paced agenda features “How I Do It” videos, pro/con debates and much more.

Information/registration: ccfcme.org/cabg50years

2nd Annual Advances in Pediatric & Congenital Heart Summit: Navigating Shone’s Complex

Thu.-Sat., Nov. 9-11, 2017
InterContinental Hotel & Conference Center | Cleveland, Ohio

Comprehensive is the word for this 2.5-day exploration of Shone’s complex over the lifespan, from diagnosis in utero through survival into adulthood. Highlights include weighing catheter vs. surgical interventions, common extracardiac problems and quality metrics for Shone’s-related care. Nov. 9 programming includes optional CME-certified workshops on echocardiography, surgeon video sessions and “pediatric cardiac cath nightmares.”

Information/registration: ccfcme.org/pediatric-congenital17

Mastering the Mitral Valve

Fri.-Sat., Dec. 1-2, 2017
JW Marriott Essex House New York | New York, New York

Two dozen leading experts in mitral valve disease come together for this 1.5-day course to share the very latest in mitral valve guidelines, assessment, diagnosis and timing of treatment, including MIS and percutaneous approaches, surgical techniques, devices and long-term results.

Information/registration: ccfcme.org/mitralmasters

In addition to the above live events, Cleveland Clinic offers an abundance of complimentary online CME activities on cardiovascular topics that can be completed from the convenience of your home or office. Check them out at ccfcme.org and choose “Cardiology” under “Browse by Specialty.”

These activities have been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 credit™.


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