This late-September CME event will provide one of the deepest educational dives ever into atrial isomerism/heterotaxy syndrome — along with updates on congenital heart disease more generally.
Nothing teaches as well as a good case. That’s the thinking behind the case-based design of this 1.5-day multidisciplinary exploration of mitral valve management.
Strain imaging, 3D image reconstruction, contrast use and more are among focal points of our powerhouse “State of the Art Echocardiography” CME course Sept. 14-16. MOC points too!
For the first time, Cleveland Clinic is offering its popular ED Power Up! emergency nursing skills class to non-Cleveland Clinic nurses. The in-depth day-long class explores emergency nursing interventions.
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The Multiple Sclerosis Treatment Strategies summit in March is gathering world experts for a more agile attempt at translating fast-paced MS advances to new care standards.
Cleveland Clinic is offering two complimentary dinner symposia on the Friday evening of the ACC meeting in Orlando that can’t be beat for practical clinical value.
The first comprehensive multidisciplinary U.S. symposium on managing infective endocarditis draws on broad subspecialty expertise to address a host of complications and nuanced issues.
Updates in General Surgery offers the latest management and treatment options for general surgeons involving hernia, breast, bariatric, oncology, HPB, endocrine, colorectal and foregut surgery.
After two decades of using biologics for IMIDs, we now have an armamentarium, including five drugs and a number of biosimilars, that continues to grow at a record pace.
We have courses in store for a range of neurological and neurosurgical subspecialty areas and with a diversity of locales and lengths.