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Courses from Dallas to Miami to Chicago

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Coming to a live CME activity from Cleveland Clinic’s Miller Family Heart & Vascular Institute does not necessarily mean coming to Cleveland.


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Our slate of upcoming CME events includes courses in warmer locales such as Dallas and Miami — followed by Chicago and Cleveland in the early weeks of spring.

And the courses are just as diverse on the topical front, ranging from management of cardiovascular disease in general to focused explorations of valve disease and critical limb ischemia.

Below are the essentials on several upcoming live courses sponsored by Cleveland Clinic. For complimentary online CME activities that can be completed from the convenience of your home or office, visit ccfcme.org and choose “Cardiology” under “Online CME by Specialty.”

Contemporary Management of Cardiovascular Disease

NOV. 20-21, 2015
Anatole Hilton, Dallas, Texas
In co-providership with Baylor Scott & White Health
Information/registration: ccfcme.org/CVDTX

Valve Disease and Diastolic Summit

MARCH 4-6, 2016
Eden Roc Hotel, Miami Beach, Florida
Information/registration: ccfcme.org/echo

Contemporary Management of Valvular Disease: Putting the Guidelines and Trials into Perspective

APRIL 1, 2016, 7-9:15 P.M. (complimentary dinner program)
Downtown Chicago Marriott
This educational activity is an independent certified session at the ACC’s 65th Scientific Session (ACC.16). It is not part of ACC.16, but its content has been reviewed and approved by the ACC.16 Program Committee. It is offered in co-providership with MedStar Heart & Vascular Institute and Baylor Scott & White Health.
Information/registration: ccfcme.org/16heartdisease

Masters Approach to Critical Limb Ischemia

APRIL 17-19, 2016
InterContinental Hotel & Conference Center, Cleveland
Information/registration: ccfcme.org/criticallimb

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


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