Overview

  • Join interventional fellows, soon-to-be interventional fellows, and key faculty for cases and discussions.
  • Examine cases that went wrong and how to make it right. 
  • Interact with faculty, panelists, and other colleagues via Zoom meeting.

Learning Objectives

Take this opportunity to present your interventional cardiology case to your peers. To be considered for the program, you only need to write a brief case summary, so your submission should only take 5–10 minutes to complete. The SCAI FIRST Program Chair will review submissions and you will be notified of presentation selection a week before the event. 

By participating, you will:

  • Broaden your knowledge
  • Learn from the experiences of others
  • Practice the appraisal and application of evidence to patients
  • Expand your professional network

Please submit your case by February 28th at noon CT. You are not required to submit a case to attend SCAI FIRST. 

Target Audience

This program is geared specifically toward interventional fellows, cardiovascular fellows, and program faculty in the Chicago, Milwaukee, and Rockford metro areas.

Faculty


 

Continuing Medical Education

This is not a CME-certified activity

 


 

Registration Information

Cost: Free


 

Acknowledgment of Commercial Support

SCAI FIRST is sponsored by SCAI and supported by ZOLL (founding supporter), Abiomed, Boston Scientific, Chiesi, Cordis, and Medtronic. 

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