Cardiology Virtual Lunch and Learn
Children's National Heart Institute is pleased to introduce a quarterly Virtual Lunch and Learn Webinar series. These CME presentations provide overviews of common pediatric heart diagnoses, how to identify and treat them, and when is best to refer patients to a subspecialist. These Virtual Lunch and Learn Webinars are part of our continued commitment to bring the latest, most relevant medical news to community providers. Review presentations and webinars below.
|Fetal Cardiology and Perinatal Management of Newborns with Cardiovascular Disease||David Schidlow, MD, MMus||September 22, 2017|| |
|Cardiac Ablation in Pediatrics: How, Why and When||Elizabeth Sherwin, MD||June 30, 2017 || |
|Syncope and Chest Pain in Children: To Refer or Not to Refer ||Ashraf Harahsheh, MD ||February 28, 2017|
|Success with Failure: Recognizing the Signs of Pediatric Heart Failure||Janet Scheel, MD, and Sairah Khan, MD ||December 9, 2016 || |
|Arrhythmias in Kids: How Common Are They, How to Monitor Them, and How Can We Fix Them||Elizabeth Sherwin, MD||August 26, 2016||PACES/HRS Guidelines for Pediatric Catheter Ablation|
|ECGs: What's Normal, What's Not, and When to Refer||David Schidlow, MD, MMus||May 20, 2016||Age-Appropriate Criteria for ECGs|
|Hyperlipidemia in Children: To Screen or Not to Screen||Ashraf Harahsheh, MD, FACC, FAAP||February 29, 2016|
*Topic titles above are subject to change.
**Related documents from presentations will be posted after the live webinars.
Because this series is jointly sponsored by the Inova Office of Continuing Medicinal Education (CME), which is accredited by the Medical Society of Virginia to provide CME for physicians, participants may claim a maximum of 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM per meeting. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in each meeting.
CME credit is available for 90 days after WebEx participation through the Inova CME System.
The following resources may help you with the Inova CME System.