Pri-Med has cancelled Cardiology Updates New York. Unfortunately, due to the magnitude of the COVID-19 pandemic, Pri-Med has made the difficult decision to cancel the conference.
If you registered to attend Cardiology Updates New York, your conference registration will be refunded in full. If you booked a hotel room within the Pri-Med room block at the Crowne Plaza HY36 Midtown Manhattan, your room reservation has been cancelled for you.
Although we’re currently unable to meet in person in New York, NY, we’re still offering education from expert faculty in the safest way possible – virtually. Experience the same high-quality CME/CE you’ve come to expect from Pri-Med’s in-person conferences, including timely updates on the most current clinical strategies relevant to your daily practice. Join your clinician colleagues for upcoming virtual education programs. Learn more.
If you have any additional questions, please contact us at email@example.com or call 844-300-6340 (Mon–Fri, 9am–5pm ET).
As a cardiologist, you understand that your field is constantly changing, with new technology, diagnoses, and treatment options. It’s vital to advance your knowledge in order to provide the best and latest in patient care. With consideration for your increasing workload and educational needs, Pri-Med and Course Chair Dr. Peter Libby have developed a comprehensive continuing medical education (CME) program that meets your specialized practice demands. You will be presented with the most up-to-date clinical cases and discussions to ensure you are even better prepared to tackle your patients’ needs when you return to practice the very next day.
“As Course Chair, I am committed to developing an educational program that provides a practical clinical update based on best evidence, best practices and scientific rigor. We strive to furnish an opportunity for practicing cardiologists to share and compare their own clinical experiences with those of the leading educators leading the sessions." — Peter Libby, MD
Peter Libby, MD, is a cardiovascular specialist at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, and holds the Mallinckrodt Professorship of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. He served as Chief of Cardiovascular Medicine at BWH from 1998 -...
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