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Personalized continuing medical education from Mayo Clinic designed for a physician's demanding schedule.
Mayo Clinic's Department of Cardiovascular Medicine brings a new way to stay current with the latest in clinical guidelines. This online learning platform makes earning CME credit easier and more convenient than ever.
Mayo Clinic Online General Cardiovascular Updates is designed for those who want to stay on top of established evidence and guidelines in cardiography. This comprehensive online course will give you a personalized and adaptive online learning curriculum that will save study time and most importantly enable you to bring the most current medical knowledge back to your daily practice.
THIS COURSE OFFERS
- The latest guidelines from the faculty of Mayo Clinic.
- An efficient and focused learning experience. The platform creates a personalized, custom study guide so you can focus on the topics where you can see the greatest lift.
- Content and learning that fits into your schedule. Course content is broken into 10 - 15 minute segments, and is available anywhere you have internet access - on your computer, tablet or smartphone.
- 44.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ and 62.0 ABIM MOC Medical Knowledge points. Earning credit couldn’t be easier.
COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES FOR CARDIOVASCULAR BOARD REVIEW COURSE
Upon conclusion of this program, participants should be able to:
- Diagnose acute coronary syndromes, select appropriate revascularization methods, and apply recent guidelines for medical management;
- Assess risk in patients with stable coronary artery disease and choose evidence-based management strategies;
- Recognize physical findings in valvular heart disease and choose treatment approaches based on individualized assessment of patient health status and comorbidities;
- Diagnose, evaluate, and appropriately manage patients with structural heart disease;
- Apply current guidelines and recent clinical trial evidence to the management of patients with heart failure with reduced or preserved ejection fraction;
- Recognize the electrical signatures of common arrhythmias and select optimal treatment approaches;
- Review basic cardiovascular physiology and pharmacology and apply this knowledge to key aspects of diagnosis and management;
- Effectively manage complex patients including pregnant women, the frail older patient, and patients with multiple comorbidities.
This course is intended for cardiologists, cardiovascular fellows, and general internists.