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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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.
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.
Each year, the Emergency Nurses Association recognizes hospital EDs around the country with the Lantern Award for their excellence and innovation in leadership, education, advocacy and research. This year, an innovative educational approach to fighting sepsis was one of the factors that helped Cleveland Clinic Medina Hospital earn this prestigious award.
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.
Experts from Cleveland Clinic and top London centers will gather at the Royal Society of Medicine for two days in September to share insights across major areas of cardiovascular disease.
Our 1.5-day Global EP Summit in September is a CME event for electrophysiologists by electrophysiologists. We’ll take an in-depth look at current practice challenges and future directions in EP.