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2015 Live Events

January 2015
January 16
March 2015
March 2-6

Additional Dates: June 22-26, August 31-September 4, November 30-December 4

March 13
March 19 - 4 p.m. EST
April 2015
April 17 - 19
May 2015
May 12
May 13
May 14 - 16
May 29
June 2015
June 7 - 12
June 22 - 26

Additional Dates: August 31-September 4, November 30-December 4

August 2015
August 21 - 22
August 31 - September 4

Additional Dates: November 30-December 4

October 2015
October 2-3
October 30 - 31
November 2015
November 30 - December 4
December 2015
December 4 - 6

2015 Grand Rounds Learn More

February 2015

February 13

Topic: Tribal leadership in surgery
Speaker: G. Alexander Patterson, MD
Joseph C. Bancroft Professor of Surgery
Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery
Washington University School of Medicine
St. Louis, MO

February 20

7 a.m. to 8:15 a.m.
Topic: Cardiovascular Medicine Annual Report – I
Speaker(s): C5 Research – A. Michael Lincoff, MD
Electrophysiology & Pacing – Bruce Lindsay, MD
Imaging – Brian P. Griffin, MD
Invasive – Stephen G. Ellis, MD
Regional Cardiology – Carlos Hubbard, MD, PhD
non-accredited CME activity

February 27

7 a.m. to 8 a.m.
Topic: Cardiovascular Medicine Annual Report – II
Speaker(s): Clinical –Benico Barzilai, MD
Heart Failure & Transplantation – Randall C. Starling, MD, MPH
Preventive – Leslie Cho, M.D. and Stanley Hazen, MD, PhD
Vascular Medicine – John Bartholomew, MD
non-accredited CME activity

March 2015

March 6

Department of Thoracic & Cardiovascular Surgery Annual Report
Location: Bank of America Amphitheater
InterContinental Hotel & Conference Center
non-accredited CME activity

March 13, 2015

Topic: Management of Aortic Infections
Speaker: John F. Eidt, MD
Director of Faculty Development
Professor of Surgery
Greenville Health System
USCSOM Greenville
Greenville, SC

March 20

The Seventh Annual Razavi Lecture
Topic: Bioabsorbable stents
Speaker: Stephan Windecker, MD
Professor of Medicine (Cardiology)
Physician-in-Chief and Director Invasive Cardiology
Department of Cardiology
Swiss Cardiovascular Center Bern
Bern University Hospital
3010 Bern
Switzerland

March 20

Topic: What is new in the world of metallic stents
Speaker: Stephen G. Ellis, MD
Section Head of Invasive Cardiology
Department of Cardiovascular Medicine
Cleveland Clinic
Professor of Medicine
The Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University

March 27

The Third Annual John and Rosemary Brown Endowed Chair in Cardiovascular Medicine
Topic: Comprehensive, Multimodality Imaging in CAD
Speaker: Jeroen Bax, MD
Professor Cardiology
Leiden University Medical Center
Director, Non-Invasive Imaging
The Netherlands


Additional Information

Heart & Vascular Grand Rounds Information

Please note the following procedure for evaluation and CME credits for attendees of 2011-2012 Heart & Vascular Institute Grand Rounds:

Other Heart & Vascular Institute Educational Opportunities

Continuing Medical Education Information

Other Online CME Resources

Reviewed: 02/15

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