2nd Annual American Society for Preventive Cardiology Southeastern Conference:
Cardiovascular Disease Prevention for Women
Boca Raton Resort & Club, Boca Raton, FL — July 12 - 13, 2013
Join us for a 1 ½ day symposium that will focus on cardiovascular disease prevention and treatment strategies for women. This CME/CE accredited conference will provide attendees with practical approaches on how to appropriately assess, manage and treat your female patient with cardiovascular disease issues. Conference topics include: Metabolic Syndrome, Diabetes Mellitus, and Cardiovascular Disease: Reducing a Woman's Risks; Familial Hypercholesterolemia: Women Can be More Difficult to Identify; Assessment of the Intermediate Risk Woman; Chest Pain or Angina: A Woman's Heart Cannot be Measured Like a Man's.
Care for Women: The 10-Q Report and Beyond
American Journal of Cardiology and American Journal of Medicine Multi-Media
This course is open from May 15, 2013 until May 14, 2014
According to the The
National Coalition for Women’s Health Research’s 10Q Report: Advancing women’s
heart health through improved research, diagnosis, and treatment published in
June 2011, cardiovascular disease (CVD), a term used to describe diseases of the
heart or blood vessels, is the leading cause of death for women in the United
States, causing more than 420,000 deaths among women annually. This multimedia
webcast will address the challenges of clinical practice with regard to the
role of female gender in the diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular disease
and to help answer questions about the 10 topics of concern in the 10Q Report.
A panel of experts present emerging evidence-based data and exercise clinical
decision making by incorporating clinical cases and panel discussions.
internists, primary care providers and healthcare professionals responsible for
the diagnosis, treatment or management of women with cardiovascular disease.