Topics in Cardiology Short Course (12 AMA PRA – Category 1 CME)


This 12 unit course is consistent with a seminar of 3-4 days duration and includes 6 CDs and accompanying detailed written summaries on the material discussed by the lecturer on each CD.

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Course Description

Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment/Heart Failure with Preserved Ejection Fraction
Audio-Digest Internal Medicine (4/21/23)
Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment: Opening Pandora’s Box – Kenneth Lam, MD
Heart Failure with Preserved Ejection Fraction in 2022 – Daniel Silverman, MD

Cardiac Care
Audio-Digest Emergency Medicine (2/7/23)
New Guidelines for the Management of Heart Failure – Steven M. Hollenberg, MD
Cardiac Arrest: Termination of Resuscitative Efforts – Robert A. Swor, DO

Cardiovascular Concerns
Audio-Digest Family Practice (3/14/23)
Risk Prediction Tools in Cardiovascular Disease Prevention: How to Incorporate ACC/AHA Guidelines into Practice Care – Ashish Sarraju, MD
Inherited Cardiomyopathies – Supriya Shore, MD, MS
Cardiovascular Disease and Pregnancy – Deirdre Mattina, MD

Cardiovascular Aging/Chest Pain in Women
Audio-Digest Family Practice (7/28/22)
Clinical Implications of Cardiovascular Aging – Mike W. Rich, MD
Chest Pain in Women: A Case of Ischemia with No Obstructive Coronary Arteries – Janet Wei, MD

Hypertension/Cardiac Arrest
Audio-Digest Internal Medicine (4/28/22)
Improving Hypertension Awareness and Management in the Community – Sangeeta Shah, MD
Improving Outcomes in Patients with Cardiac Arrest – Krishan V. Soni, MD, MBA

Heart Failure/Exercise
Audio-Digest Internal Medicine (3/14/22)
Update on Universal Definitions and Guideline-directed Medical Therapy for HFrEF – Jonathan Davis, MD, MPHS
Exercise Prescription for Cardiovascular Health: Considerations for the Female Patient – Justin M. Canada, PhD, RCEP

Update on the Treatment of Heart Failure
Audio-Digest Family Practice (9/14/22)
Update on the Treatment of Heart Failure – Jason Haney, PharmD



(AUG 23)

Cancellation Policy

A course may be cancelled up to 7 days before the seminar is scheduled to take place. Once we recieve back the seminar material we will refund your tuition, minus a $50 administrative fee, to your credit card.

COURSE MATERIALS CANNOT BE REISSUED. Keep your original course materials and photocopies of your test forms until you have received full credit and documentation from TMS. Replacement test forms will be provided at a charge of $15 per test form. No exceptions.

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