This web-based Continuing Medical Education activity seeks to provide primary care physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners residents and students that do not specialize in cardiology with information on how to diagnose and treat common cardiovascular diseases. Cardiovascular disease is both prevalent and common in the United States and causes over 780,00 heart attacks and 400,000 deaths each year. Cardiovascular diseases is the biggest cause of death and disability across the world. This activity will help to address the challenges of keeping up with the latest advancements in cardiovascular diagnostics and therapies. The manual provides concise and timely information to a variety of healthcare providers. This online learning activity will assist providers in diagnosing, treating and assessing patients with cardiovascular diseases prior to referral.
Overall Learning Objective
- Determine the best and most cost effective patient testing
- Accurately diagnosis of common cardiac diseases
- Evaluate and treat common cardiac disease symptoms.
If you would like to participate in this online learning activity, you must register by pressing the register button located below.
An email will be sent to you confirming your registration in the program. Please save this email for future reference.
Shortly after receiving your registration confirmation, an additional email will be sent with instructions regarding your CEL Online Account. Please follow those instructions for proper log-in to CEL Online and access to the Manual of Outpatient Cardiology course.
If you do not have a copy of the Manual of Outpatient Cardiology and would like to know how to obtain a copy, please click on the tab Order a Book on the upper left of this website.