SCAI Women In Innovations Career Development Series
An opportunity for practicing and aspiring interventional cardiologists to learn how to identify opportunities for career growth and leadership, find mentors, and more.
2021 Extended Webinar Series
The Extended Webinar Series offers attendees the opportunity to expand on their learning after this year's virtual conference. Every Thursday evening experts will tackle curated topics including complex case presentations, tips and tricks, and lively debate. Learners attending these events will come away with new skills which will benefit their daily practice.
The Fellows Focus webinar series is dedicated to interventional cardiology fellows-in-training. We invite them, general cardiology fellows, training program directors, and program faculty to attend these three free educational webinars.
Cath Labs Now
This novel webinar series addresses the need for data collection around life-saving cardiac procedures; communication tools for medical personnel, administrators, and patients; and plans to maximize efficiency. The Cath Labs Now webinar series will provide you with the knowledge, tools, and insight to run your cath lab with efficiency, innovation, and equitable care in today's reality and beyond.
CLI/CLTI Workshop for Fellows
A comprehensive fellow- and early career-focused webinar workshop dedicated to promoting a multidisciplinary approach to chronic limb-threatening ischemia (CLTI) clinical competencies and practice building in an intimate, collegial setting. The webinar series is designed to provide maximum learning with in-depth education and interactive sessions aimed to give fellows the opportunity to interact extensively with thought-leaders in the treatment of CTLI.
Optimal PCI Therapy for Complex CAD
This 6-part webinar series brought to you by the SCAI Ischemic Heart Disease Council focuses on defining CAD, the importance of imaging, procedural techniques for complex lesions, therapeutic strategies, and when to send patients to ambulatory surgical centers versus hospitals.