IMPORTANT NEW UPDATE – 8/28/20

CVI Announces Guidelines for Online Accredited Education Programs

CVI is taking our accredited CME/CEU/SDMS/VOICE programs online and we invite you to join us! Until there is widespread availability of an effective FDA approved vaccine for COVID-19, CVI will transition all our accredited continuing education programs online. Our accredited providers require some additional guidelines for us to grant CME/CEU/SDMS/VOICE credits in this new format.

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
Fellows/ Residents Programs
Online Programs

Deborah Heart and Lung Center & CVI’s

Inaugural Adult Congenital Heart Disease

Live Webinars:  Saturday 8/14/2021 and Monday 8/16/2021
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CVI’s 5th Annual Cardiology Fellows Program: “What Every (Interventional) Cardiology Fellow Needs to Know” Live Webinar Series

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Session 5 Topic:  “Complex Coronary Interventions: Prepare for the Worst, Hope for the Best”

Session 6 Topic:  “Treatment of Patients with Aortic Stenosis-from Hemodynamic Principles to Valve Replacement in the TAVR Era”

Session 4 Topic:  “Optimal Interventional Pharmacology: Tailoring the Drug to the Specific Patient”

Session 3 Topic:  “How Should I Use FFR/IFR, IVUS, OCT and NIRS in Preparation for PCI and to Assess My Results” (Recording Available)

Session 2 Topic:  “Fundamentals of Coronary Intervention: How to Fly on My Own” (Recording Available)

Session 1 Topic:  “The Art and Science of STEMI” (Recording Available)

Session 5 – September 28, 2021 at 6:45pm
Emmanouil S. Brilakis, MD
Minneapolis Heart Institute

Session 6 – October 19, 2021 at 6:45pm
James Hermiller, MD
Ascension

Session 4 – July 20, 2021 at 6:45pm
Roxana Mehran, MD
Mt. Sinai Medical Center

Session 3 – June 15, 2021 at 6:45pm
James Goldstein, MD
Beaumont School of Medicine

Session 2 – May 18, 2021 at 6:45pm
Farouc Jaffer, MD
Harvard Medical School

Session 1 – April 20, 2021 at 6:45pm
J. Dawn Abbott, MD
Brown University

Recorded Programs Available for Credits

CVI’s 17th Annual

Update in Nuclear Cardiology

8.25 Nuclear Specific CME/CEU/VOICE Credits

7.5 ABIM Medical Knowledge MOC Points

Recorded Sessions Available for Viewing and Credit

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CVI/PLAC CME Spotlight

Meet the Experts: A Discussion on Recognizing and Treating Severe Hypercholesterolemia and High Triglycerides

RECORDED SESSIONS AVAILABLE UNTIL June 21, 2021
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REGISTRATION FOR THE RECORDED SESSION NOW AVAILABLE. REGISTER AND VIEW RECORDED SESSION UNTIL JUNE 21, 2021.
CVI/PLAC CME PROGRAM, MEET THE EXPERTS: A DISCUSSION ON RECOGNIZING AND TREATING SEVERE HYPERCHOLESTEROLEMIA AND HIGH TRIGLYCERIDES IS AVAILABLE TO VIEW THE RECORDED SESSION THROUGH JUNE 21, 2021. EARN 3.25 CME/CEU CREDITS.

CVI’s 10th Annual

EP/Arrhythmia Management Update

RECORDED SESSIONS AVAILABLE UNTIL APRIL 10, 2021
REGISTRATION FOR LIVE AND RECORDED WEBINAR SESSIONS NOW AVAILABLE. REGISTER AND VIEW RECORDED SESSIONS UNTIL APRIL 10, 2021.

CVI’s 10th Annual EP/Arrhythmia Management Update has gone online. Live Webinars were held:
Sunday February 21st, Monday February 22nd and Wednesday February 24th.  RECORDED SESSIONS AVAILABLE TO VIEW THROUGH APRIL 10, 2021.

CVI’s 13th Annual

Echocardiography Update

RECORDED SESSIONS AVAILABLE UNTIL

FEBRUARY 27, 2021

REGISTRATION FOR LIVE AND RECORDED WEBINAR SESSIONS NOW AVAILABLE. REGISTER AND VIEW RECORDED SESSIONS UNTIL FEBRUARY 27, 2021.

CVI’s 13th Annual Echocardiography Update has gone online. Live Webinars were be held:
Sunday January 10th, Monday January 11th and Wednesday January 13th.  RECORDED SESSION AVAILABLE TO VIEW THROUGH FEBRUARY 27, 2021.

DHLC & CVI’s 7th Annual

Role of Cardiac Imaging in the Female Patient

Saturday 12/5, Monday 12/7, Wednesday 12/9/2020
REGISTRATION FOR LIVE AND RECORDED WEBINAR SESSIONS NOW AVAILABLE. REGISTER AND VIEW RECORDED SESSIONS UNTIL JANUARY 23, 2021.

DHLC & CVI’s 7th Annual Role of Cardiac Imaging in Female Patients has gone online. Live Webinars were held:
Saturday December 5th, Monday December 7th and Wednesday December 9th. Keynote presentation was delivered by Heidi Connolly, MD

CVI’s 27th Annual

Cardiology Update

Recorded sessions available through December 12, 2020
REGISTRATION FOR RECORDED VERSIONS OF THE WEBINARS AVAILABLE THROUGH DECEMBER 12, 2020!
CVI’s 27th Annual Cardiology Update has gone online.  Live Webinars were held: Sunday, October 25th, Monday October 26th and Wednesday October 28th.  Recorded versions of the webinars are available for viewing and CME credits.

CVI’s 16th Annual

Update in Nuclear Cardiology

Recorded sessions available through November 21, 2020
REGISTRATION FOR RECORDED VERSIONS OF THE WEBINARS AVAILABLE THROUGH NOVEMBER 21, 2020!
CVI’s 16th Annual Update in Nuclear Cardiology has gone online.  Live Webinars were held: Sunday, October 4th, Monday October 5th and Wednesday October 7th.  Recorded versions of the webinars are available for viewing and CME credits.

Non-Accredited Programs

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 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.