IMPORTANT UPDATE
Due to the coronavirus pandemic all live events are temporarily postponed. Watch our new CVI Website for details on CVI Webinars, CVI Heartbites, and more!

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CVI offers a calendar of live, in-person accredited continuing education programs (CME/CEU/SDMS/VOICE) including clinical cardiology, multi-modality cardiac imaging in women, echocardiography, electrophysiology and nuclear cardiology/PET imaging. As well, CVI hosts an in-depth program for cardiology fellows with an interest in interventional cardiovascular medicine.

CVI also organizes a variety of informal, non-accredited focused-topic seminars on lipid management, coronary-structural-peripheral disease, diabetes,  heart failure, arrhythmia management and more.

Additionally, CVI has launched a series of non-accredited online education/informational programs including CVI Heartbites; offering physicians and allied healthcare professionals an opportunity to view educational segments at their convenience.

Accredited Programs
Non-Accredited Programs
Online Programs

CVI’s 2019-2020 Academic Calendar

Accredited Programs

CVI’s 16th Annual

Update in Nuclear Cardiology

Postponed Due to COVID-19 Pandemic
Check the CVI News & Information section for updates on rescheduled dates.

Non-Accredited Programs

Live Webinar

Gene Editing to Treat Hyperlipidemia and to Prevent Coronary Heart Disease

Tuesday, August 4, 2020 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM

Online Educational Programs

CVI Heartbites

Cardiovascular Disease in the Age of COVID-19

CVI’S MISSION

CVI’s mission is to positively impact cardiovascular health in the Delaware Valley and beyond. We work to achieve the goals and objectives of its mission by identifying, developing, and promoting educational activities focused on the diagnosis, treatment, and most importantly, the prevention of cardiovascular disease and other concomitant conditions.

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CVI NEWS & UPDATES

CVI works to provide access to some of the most up-to-date, relevant information on the diagnosis and management of cardiovascular disease and other concomitant conditions. Watch this space for details on CVI programs as they are released.