CME Opportunities

Our Continuing Medical Education programs are presented with the support of Fairview, University of Minnesota and Lillehei Heart Institute.

Matters of the Heart
Fourth Annual Women's Heart Conference
Friday, February 21 - 7:30 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.

This program will enable physicians and other health care providers be better prepared to counsel patients on lifestyle and other health factors contributing to the prevention of heart disease, and have up‑to‑date resources to better diagnose and treat cardiovascular disease in women.

Location: Sheraton Bloomington (Formerly Hotel Sofitel), 5601 West 78th Street, Bloomington, MN 55439

For more information, conference objectives, accreditation information, and agenda, go to Matters of the Heart: 4th Annual Women's Heart Conference

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Midwest Valve Symposium 2014
Friday, April 11 - Saturday, April 12

Join us for the first Midwest Valve Symposium. The two-day symposium addresses issues related to advanced cardiac imaging, surgical decision-making, treatment and interventional therapies in valve disease, and the opportunities and challenges of transcatheter aortic valve replacement.

Location: The Depot Renaissance Hotel, 225 South 3rd Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55401

For more information, conference objectives, accreditation information, and agenda, go to Midwest Valve Symposium

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Lillehei Lecture Series

You'll gain insight from the finest cardiologists in the nation when you participate in our weekly Lillehei Lecture Series. Cardiologists, primary care physicians and other health professionals are welcome to attend and learn about the latest information in treating heart disease.

For more information, go to Lillehei Lecture Series.

Cardiovascular Grand Rounds

Physicians and other medical professionals can stay up to date on the latest developments in cardiology at weekly meetings of the Cardiovascular Grand Rounds. These meeting are held at the University of Minnesota and are part of the Academic Cardiology Lecture Series.

Grand Rounds are presented to:

  • Recognize the important interdependence of research and patient care
  • Describe evolving diagnosis and treatment in heart care
  • Provide relevant in-depth review of important cardiovascular topics

For more information, go to Cardiovascular Grand Rounds.