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Furthering the education and exchange of information within coronary heart disease interventional cardiology community
Progress in the field of interventional cardiology has led to greater management of Ischemic Heart Disease (IHD) and enhanced patient care and safety. SCAI resources address the unique issues facing interventional cardiologists today, including clinical practice guidelines, clinical trial data, and safety.
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From Education and Events
SCAI 2024 Scientific Sessions—Call for Ideas
SCAI is seeking session suggestions for the SCAI 2024 Scientific Sessions, taking place May 2-4, in Long Beach, CA. We are seeking innovative ideas for presentations across all areas of interventional cardiology. Submissions should be fully developed program suggestions that include session and presentation titles, diverse faculty, and clearly outlined learning objectives.
The Program Committee will review all proposals and try to incorporate as many as possible that fit into the educational objectives of the meeting.
Closes June 19, 2023
Home to all SCAI's clinical guidelines, expert consensus documents, and position statements, JSCAI is your essential resource for advancing interventional practice.
JSCAI publishes the latest clinical research on interventional therapies, diagnostic modalities, and innovations in treating and caring for ischemic heart disease patients in a curated collection of recently published articles.
Submit a Challenging Case or Cardio Quiz
From Clinical Practice
In clinical practice, decisions are not always clear-cut. Sharing your challenging case as a recording or cardio quiz helps other practitioners develop their critical thinking skills and keep up-to-date.
Find out more about the processes to follow to ensure that your case or quiz submission is successful.
COVID-19 Resource Center
Including the latest news and resources curated by SCAI and details of the NACMI Registry.
Ischemic Heart Disease Council
Representing the interests of fellow members and patients, SCAI's councils are responsible for developing the strategy that drives the Society's programs.
They are an opportunity to get more involved in SCAI's work, and continue your professional development and network.