Connect with us

Frontline Cardiology: Cardiovascular Care in the Community to be held online on Saturday, May 1st.

Posted over 1 year ago

Dear Colleagues,

We are proud to be hosting the Frontline Cardiology: Cardiovascular Care in the Community to be held online on Saturday, May 1st. We would like to personally invite you to attend this virtual conference! This is the first year that the conference will be held virtually, and the planning team is excited for the change to bring education content to a larger national audience.

The agenda and faculty for this educational program is crafted to include high interest topics.

Cardiovascular disease remains the leading cause of morbidity and mortality in the United States. New treatment strategies, medications and device developments in multiple areas of cardiovascular disease intend to afford benefit to the millions of patients who suffer from these conditions. Given the rapid progress in cardiovascular medicine, it can be difficult for frontline providers to keep abreast of changes in preventive cardiology, pharmacotherapy, new innovative therapeutic procedures, diagnostic methods and new technologies. There are also many sources of information that people are learning from. It is important to provide a forum in which practicing healthcare providers are presented with new information in a way that establishes a common knowledge base. This course aims to shorten the translation from evidence to practice on a wide variety of cardiovascular issues including preventive cardiology, diagnostic methods, new innovative therapies, and procedures. This meeting will bring together diverse members of the interdisciplinary practice team, towards creating a common knowledge base so important to the effectiveness of the care team in today's practice environment.

This program is particularly suited for those in emergency medicine, family medicine, internal medicine, and preventive medicine.

Attendees can earn up to 6 IPCE or Dietitian Credits.

For additional information and registration details please visit Please contact our registrar with any questions you may have regarding the conference at or 833-731-1273.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Best Regards,
Pamela Bertelson on behalf of course directors Carolina I. Valdiviezo, MD, Allen J. Taylor, MD, and Sriram Padmanabhan, MD