The 26th annual offering of this popular CME course presents an unsurpassed opportunity to get up to date on issues in cardiovascular imaging and structural heart disease.
Our popular case-based “Mastering the Aortic Valve” CME event returns to New York City in the heart of holiday season with its most ambitious agenda to date.
Our “Comprehensive, Lifelong, Expeditious (CLE) Care of Aortic Disease” CME event is a course that takes its name quite seriously. Find out for yourself this September in Cleveland.
Leading clinicians from Cleveland Clinic and the Association of Black Cardiologists will survey the very latest in major cardiology subspecialties from the standpoint of promoting equity in patient outcomes.
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Lifelong surveillance is paramount for adults with congenital heart disease. This upcoming CME event aims to ensure awareness and utilization of advances in imaging, surgical repair and catheter interventions.
This year’s Cleveland Clinic Epilepsy Update is all about keeping current with the many diagnostic and therapeutic advances in epilepsy care over the past few years. And its hybrid online/in-person format means it’s not too late to register.
This year’s CME event in New York City is more case-based than ever and includes the latest in management of tricuspid valve disease too.
This popular CME summit returns to an in-person format to explore current challenges and leading practices across the spectrum of electrophysiology care with more than 40 expert faculty.
Our debut offering of this complimentary livestreamed course will provide the latest guidance on how to help cardiac patients safely enjoy the benefits of sports.
The latest iteration of “Mastering the Management of Aortic Valve Disease” in New York will be delivered both in-person and by livestream. Either way, attendees will get up to speed on all aspects of aortic valve care.