Wednesday, July 01, 2009

Tutorials in the Tetons, the 35th Annual Update in Cardiovascular Diseases

---is fast approaching. I've told you about it here and in several other posts. I'm signed up and ready to go. This is a rich learning experience for me, as well as my annual battery-charging.

The conference should be of benefit to anyone interested in evidence based cost effective cardiology, cutting edge advances and diagnostic skills. There will also be some updates on cardiovascular genetics, VTE and peripheral vascular disease. The course is appropriate for physicians (IM, FP, hospitalists, cardiologists), physician extenders, nurses and allied health care professionals.

Why attend?

This conference provides a unique opportunity to interact one on one with faculty. The quiet, spectacular beauty of the setting enhances the learning experience. Before the American College of Cardiology cut its CME conferences several years ago this was the College's most popular extramural activity, year after year, during its entire run. The PharmaScolds are trying to shut the meeting down, so this may be your last chance!

I'll be posting additional updates, but register as soon as possible, as accommodations have filled up fast in previous years. If you have questions about the conference I'd be glad to talk to you. Just let me know in the comments or via direct email.

Blogging colleagues, if you plan on attending let me know so we can arrange a confab over an adult beverage with a spectacular mountain view at the Blue Heron lounge.

The final course brochure and registration form is here.

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