This livestreamed CME conference will help equip healthcare professionals to be part of the solution for addressing healthcare disparities surrounding stroke, heart attack and more.
The 23rd annual installment of this popular CME summit will be offered via complimentary livestream on the first Friday in February. Here’s what you can expect from its expert multidisciplinary faculty.
The 2020 installment of our day-and-a-half valve disease CME series will be available to more cardiovascular specialists than ever thanks to a complimentary livestream offering.
Thanks to advances in medical and surgical management of congenital heart disease, many patients are living longer and require the full continuum of care from fetal diagnosis through adulthood. This comprehensive multidisciplinary symposium on congenital heart disease across the lifespan draws on broad subspecialty expertise to address a host of nuanced issues.
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We are now offering CME credit for our popular Tall Rounds online video educational series that explores focused topics in cardiovascular and thoracic disease with a fast-paced, interdisciplinary flair.
Looking for live CME options later this year? This 1.5-day course will keep you current on everything from ambulatory recording methods to catheter ablation procedures to the future of EP.
This 2.5-day CME event explores just about everything there is to know about the clinical use of echo in 2020. And optional hands-on workshops offer skill-building opportunities.
“Imag(in)ing SEEG With Multimodal Integration” will give epilepsy providers clear insights on how multimodal studies contribute to the pre-SEEG workup and surgical strategy formation. Don’t miss this three-day CME workshop in March.
A day and a half in New York in December can bring you up to speed on all the latest in this fast-evolving realm, from TAVR in low-risk patients to the fine points of aortic valve imaging to emerging technologies.
World experts on FCD are updating the classification of this group of drug-resistant focal epilepsies. This comprehensive CME summit will give a preview of the changes and the evidence behind them.