ACC Launches Cardiosource en Español
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BUENOS AIRES – The American College of Cardiology announces the launch of Cardiosource en Español, a Spanish-language version of its clinical portal, Cardiosource, offering Spanish-speaking users trusted Cardiosource content, as well as original content tailored to their country’s cardiovascular needs.
The new Cardiosource en Español offers a Spanish translation of the popular Cardiosource news and clinical content members’ depend on in practice. Each week, users will find —
- Articles from the Journal of the American College of Cardiology
- Case studies
- Expert opinions
- News features
- Cardiosource Video Network (CVN), including stories from the World Congress of Cardiology, ACC.08 and other major cardiovascular meetings.
Cardiosource en Español will also offer special original features, including educational symposia for various countries: Mexico, Spain, Argentina and more.
“Cardiosource en Español reflects the ACC’s commitment to the international cardiovascular community,” said Hector Ventura, M.D., F.A.C.C., editor in chief of Cardiosource en Español. “The site will disseminate the most expert content, edited by cardiovascular thought leaders, including Valentin Fuster, Mauricio Cohen and Juan Carlos Plana.”
Cardiosource en Español launches today at the World Congress of Cardiology in Buenos Aires.
Please visit www.cardiosource.com/espanol.
Cardiosource is the American College of Cardiology’s highly regarded online portal for cardiovascular continuing medical education (CME) and the latest clinical findings.
The American College of Cardiology is leading the way to optimal cardiovascular care and disease prevention. The College is a 34,000-member nonprofit medical society and bestows the credential Fellow of the American College of Cardiology upon physicians who meet its stringent qualifications. The College is a leader in the formulation of health policy, standards and guidelines, and is a staunch supporter of cardiovascular research. The ACC provides professional education and operates national registries for the measurement and improvement of quality care.