Explore the SCAI Online Learning Center

Visit the SCAI Online Learning Center for downloadable PowerPoints, lecture recordings, and teaching resources. You will find OnDemand activities for coronary, peripheral, structural, pediatric interventions, and professional development. While staying up to date, earn CME credits, ABIM, and ABP MOC points.

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Scientific Sessions OnDemand

SCAI Scientific Sessions OnDemand

Access our rich library of SCAI Scientific Session recordings. Watch talks and download PowerPoint presentations. Includes coronary, peripheral, vascular, structural, pediatric and adult congenital, and cath lab leadership talks. Learn at your own pace on your preferred device.  

SCAI Fall Fellows OnDemand

All content in the digital learning center, including, SCAI Fall Fellows, is complimentary for Fellow-in-Training members of SCAI. On the catalog, choose "Fellow-in-Training" on the left navigation to display content created specifically for you.  

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SCAI SHOCK OnDemand

SCAI SHOCK OnDemand

Watch lectures and download slides from the SCAI SHOCK 2018 and 2019 conferences. Earn up to 11 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM and ABIM MOC points. Topics include: diagnosis and treatment of cardiogenic shock, special clinical scenarios, non-AMI shock, and systems of care.

Accreditation Statement

The Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. 

Ronald Caputo, MD, FSCAI

Member Highlight

The unbiased educational platform provided by SCAI is super high quality and supervised by the true world experts. Access to materials is convenient and efficient.

Being a Fellow of SCAI and regularly engaging in educational events keeps me current and allows me access to the latest thinking in our field. The relationships and friendships I have developed with other members from all over the world have given me motivation and perspective I would never have had otherwise.
Ronald Caputo, MD, FSCAI