ACC Online Courses offer the cardiovascular community a collection of resources and newly developed, evidence-based educational activities across topics such as lipid management, valvular heart disease, CVD and influenza vaccine, SGLT2i's, and cardiomyopathies.
Stay up to date on the latest science and guidelines, and learn at your own pace through various learning formats including infographics, expert videos, podcasts, and interactive learning modules.
Review the latest evidence, guidelines, and clinical recommendations associated with Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy (CRT) and practical clinical scenarios along the heart failure (HF) treatment continuum when CRT should be considered.
Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) is one of the most common genetic cardiovascular diseases. Access resources and education to address knowledge gaps in the identification and appropriately managing HCM to reduce the burden of disease progression.
Build competence in timely detection and diagnosis of cardiac amyloidosis, recognize findings suggestive of this condition and learn to select appropriate testing, and review new treatment options that have a meaningful impact on quality of life and life expectancy for these patients.
Learn about evolving role of bempedoic acid and its utilization in the statin intolerant patient, including clinical trial data, how to identify patients that would benefit from this agent and how to integrate it into your practice.
Learn to identify inherited cardiac conditions including cardiomyopathies, arrhythmic and lipid disorders that benefit from genetic testing, the utility and best practices of cardiogenomic testing, and the implications of genetic testing on treatment planning for patients and first-degree relatives.
Palliative care is an important knowledge and skill set for all members of the Cardiovascular Team. This educational activity aims to provide cardiovascular clinicians with training to increase comfort and skill in advance care planning and end of life care.