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Plan for Your 2016 Cardiovascular CME Needs Today

Courses offered from Rome to New York City (plus Cleveland!)

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2016 may still be pretty young, but it’s never too soon to plan how you’ll get your required CME credits for the year.


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Regardless of your cardiovascular subspecialty, Cleveland Clinic’s Miller Family Heart & Vascular Institute is likely to have a live CME event in store for you this year. These courses feature top faculty from around the nation (and often the world), and we’re offering them in sites ranging from Cleveland to Chicago to San Francisco to Rome.

In addition to the live events below, Cleveland Clinic offers dozens 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.”

17th Annual Intensive Review of Cardiology

AUG. 20-24, 2016
InterContinental Hotel & Conference Center, Cleveland
Information/registration: ccfcme.org/CardioReview

Two Satellite Symposia at European Society of Cardiology Congress 2016

AUG. 28 & 29, 2016
Rome, Italy
Save the dates! Details coming soon. Check our CME website for updates.

1st Annual Advances in Pediatric and Congenital Heart Care:
From Single Ventricle to Failing Fontan

SEPT. 16-17, 2016
Cleveland Clinic main campus, Cleveland
Information/registration: 216.636.9042 or email staltal@ccf.org

Fundamental to Advanced Echocardiography

SEPT. 16-18, 2016
Global Center for Health Innovation, Cleveland
Information/registration: ccfcme.org/echocardio

Current Management of Common Cardiovascular Diseases

OCT. 7, 2016, 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Time Warner Center, New York
Offered in partnership with Northwell Health.

Information/registration: northwell.edu/cme

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

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