Live Events

Live Events

Cleveland Clinic is continuously adapting to the evolving COVID-19 pandemic. The health and safety of our patients, caregivers and communities remains our top priority. Cleveland Clinic is committed to medical education, and this page will be updated frequently to provide up-to-date CME event information as it becomes available.

September 2020

Cleveland Clinic Skyline

Global EP Summit – Virtual Event
September 11

October 2020

Cleveland Skyline

State of the Art Echo 2020 – Virtual Event
October 3

Heart Failure Summit  | Cleveland Clinic

Cardiovascular Update for the Primary Care Provider – Virtual Event
October 15-16

 The Unpartitioned AV Connection: 5th Annual Advances in Congenital Heart Disease – Virtual Event

The Unpartitioned AV Connection: 5th Annual Advances in Congenital Heart Disease – Virtual Event
October 15-17

November 2020

 21st Annual Intensive Review of Cardiology  | Cleveland Clinic

Cleveland Clinic Case Reviews in Cardiology – Virtual Event
November 7 – 8
*more information to come

December 2020

Mastering the Management of Aortic Valve Disease: A Case-Based Approach - New York City | Cleveland Clinic

Mastering the Management of Mitral Valve: A Case-Based Approach – Virtual Event
December 4-5


February 2021

Cleveland Skyline

Valve Disease, Structural Interventions, and Diastology/Imaging Summit – Virtual Event
Friday, February 5, 2021

Online Learning

Online Learning

Cardiac Imaging Agorà: an open and free forum where cardiac imaging professionals and trainees come together to share experiences through clear, clinically oriented and up-to-date video tutorials

LEADconnection®: a professional, community-based portal, serving as the premier location for electrophysiologists, allied health professionals, and industry scientists to exchange thoughts, questions, and answers regarding lead management

Tall Rounds®: a CME-approved online enduring activity for medical professionals from Cleveland Clinic’s Heart, Vascular & Thoracic Institute

Center for Continuing Education Cardiology Activities

The cardiac interventionalist of today and tomorrow – should we talk about a new hybrid training? Cleveland Clinic’s Dr. Eric Roselli and Dr. Amar Krishnaswamy join Dr. Diego Gaia and Dr. Fernanado Fleischman in this recorded virtual event.