A Team Based Approach For When the Highest Risk Cardiovascular Patient Becomes Pregnant

Join us for answers to the "Who", "What", and "How" for when your highest risk cardiovascular patients become pregnant!

Key Objective/Learning Outcomes

  • Recognize which cardiovascular patients are at the highest risk for pregnancy
  • Discuss available options for these patients
  • Optimize patient management post-procedure

Click here to register for the one-day Cardio-Obstetric Essentials: Team-Based Management of Cardiovascular Disease and Pregnancy virtual course on November 18, 2022. This interprofessional course provides the opportunity for your entire cardiovascular (CV) care team to gain a basic to intermediate level of education on the evolving field of cardio-obstetrics.

Webinar Chair

Kathryn Lindley, MD, FACC
Vanderbilt University

Webinar Co-Chair

Natalie Bello, MD, FACC


Amy Addante, MD
Advocate Lutheran General Hospital

Kimberly Bollinger, CRNP
University of Pennsylvania Medical Center

Afshan Hameed, MBBS, FACC
University of California, Irvine

Deidre Mattina, MD, FACC
Cleveland Clinic

Lee Padove, MD, FACC
Northside Hospital Cardiovascular Care