Cleveland Clinic is offering a two-day continuing medical education program for doctors on September 19-20, 2019, called CLE Care of Aortic Dissection Symposium: Comprehensive, Lifelong, and Expeditious.
This interdisciplinary case-based event will provide an in-depth review and analysis of current state-of-the-art practices in the management of patients with aortic dissection. The program, which is for healthcare professionals, is designed to engage learners in debates, discussion, and clinical decision making to share best practices with expert faculty from some of the world’s leading multi-disciplinary aorta centers. Dr. Eric Roselli provides an overview of the event in this video.
Interested medical professionals can visit the course website for more information and to register.
People with Marfan, Vascular Ehlers-Danlos, Loeyz Dietz, and other genetic aortic conditions are encouraged to share this email with their doctors and urge them to attend.
This course takes place on Aortic Disease Awareness Day, a global movement that includes medical education events and patient get-togethers all over the world. To learn about worldwide events, please visit our website.