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2009 Activities
Expired Enduring CME
Treating Coronary Artery Disease in Vulnerable Adults
The following are 4 interactive educational case modules that include video case studies interspersed with didactic presentations.

Optimizing Dual Antiplatelet Therapy Following Percutaneous Coronary Intervention
This educational activity will summarize the current state of dual antiplatelet therapy, its challenges, and what the future holds.


2008 Activities
Expired Enduring CME
Heart Transplant Clinical and Scientific Updates: Improving Long-term Outcomes
A DVD including proceedings from a roundtable symposium held in East Hanover, NJ Roundtable and DVD

Heart Transplant Clinical and Scientific Updates: Improving Long-term Outcomes
A webcast including proceedings from a roundtable symposium held in East Hanover, NJ

Heart Transplantation Clinical and Scientific Updates: Improving Long-term Outcomes
A monograph including proceedings from a roundtable symposium held in East Hanover, NJ

Achieving Blood Pressure Goal with Appropriate Therapy
Satellite Symposium held at The American College of Cardiology 2009 Annual Meeting

Targeting the Pathophysiology of Type 2 Diabetes: The Emerging Role of Incretin-Based Therapies
Include proceedings from a symposium held during the 2008 Cardiometabolic Health Congress in Boston, Massachusetts


2007 Activities
Expired Enduring CME
Cholesterol Management in Primary Care: The Good, the Bad, and the Non-HDL
Highlights from a live Webcast

Prevention and Management of Hypertension in the Diabetic Patient
The contents of this issue of Johns Hopkins Advanced Studies in Medicine include 2 review articles and 1 case study.

Can We Do Better? Strategies for Acute Coronary Syndrome with Percutaneous Coronary Intervention



2006 Activities
Expired Enduring CME
Focus On The Management Of Acute Coronary Syndrome: What's Now And What's To Come
Paper Symposium

Defining The Chronic Coronary Syndrome: A Spectrum Of Disease
Including Proceedings From A Roundtable Meeting Held In Deer Valley, Utah


2005 Activities
Expired Enduring CME
Conquering the Ravages of Metabolic Syndrome


Managing the Hypertensive Patient with Diabetes: What Should Every Practitioner Know?
Paper Symposium

Show Me the Science: New Opportunities in the Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes
CME Monograph based on ADA 2005

Conquering the Ravages of Metabolic Syndrome
Paper Symposium

Getting To Goal: Effective Control Of Hypertension
Paper Symposium

Managing Cardiovascular Risk: Special Considerations in Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease
Paper Symposium

Assessing New Options For The Treatment Of Diabetes: A Review For Practicing Clinicians
Including highlights from the American Diabetes Association 65th Scientific Sessions, held in San Diego, California


2004 Activities
Expired Enduring CME
Practical Approaches to Managing Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Primary Care
Highlights from a Pri-Med Symposium held in October 2003

Treatment of Dyslipidemia: Lessons Learned and Future Directions
Including proceedings from a symposium held in conjunction with the Pri-Med Midwest 2003 Conference and Exhibition, Rosemont, Illinois

Understanding Cardiac Metabolism in Normal and Ischemic States
Part One of a Two Part Series

Optimizing Cardiac Metabolism: A Novel Strategy in the Treatment of Ischemic Heart Disease
Part Two of a Two Part Series


2003 Activities
Expired Enduring CME
From Evidence to Practice: Optimizing Lipid-Lowering Therapy
Highlights from a Satellite Symposium Held in Conjunction with the American Academy of Physician Assistants 31st Annual Physician Assistant Conference in New Orleans, LA

Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease with Aspirin Therapy: Is it for Everyone?


Cardiac Resynchronization: Novel Therapy for the Failing Heart
Interactive CD-Rom and Website Program

Drug-Eluting Stents: A Clinical and Economic Analysis
Paper Symposium

Does an Aspirin a Day Take the Benefit Away? Preventing NSAID-Related Adverse Events in the Coxib Era
Paper Symposium

Metabolic Syndrome and Type 2 Diabetes: New Paradigms of Treatment
Paper Symposium

Evaluating Treatment Strategies in the Management of Dyslipidemias
Highlights from a Satellite Symposium Held in Conjunction with the American Heart Association Scientific Sessions 2002 in Chicago.


2002 Activities
Expired Enduring CME
Lipid Based Cardiovascular Risk Reduction: Practical Strategies for Special Populations
Highlights from a Roundtable Symposium

Creating an Optimal Strategy for Lipid Management in Diabetes
Highlights from a Satellite Symposium held in conjunction with the American Diabetes Association's 62nd Annual Meeting and Scientific Sessions in San Francisco, California

Emerging Trends in the Clinical Management of Cardiovascular Disease in Postmenopausal Women
Paper Symposium

Evaluating New Developments for the Clinical Management of High Blood Cholesterol
Third in a Three Part Series: Proceedings from a Roundtable Symposium

Caring for the Medically Ill: Improvements in the Management of Thromboembolic Disease
Highlights from the 2002 Annual Session of the American College of Physicians - American Society of Internal Medicine (ACP-ASIM)

Treating Hypercholesterolemia in Women
Paper Symposium

Evaluating New Developments for the Clinical Management of High Blood Cholesterol
Second in a Three Part Series: Proceedings from a Roundtable Symposium

Evaluating New Developments for the Clinical Management of High Blood Cholesterol
First in a Three Part Series: Proceedings from a Roundtable Symposium


2001 Activities
Expired Enduring CME
Advances in the Management of Dyslipidemia in Diabetic Patients
Highlights from the 61st Scientific Sessions of the American Diabetes Association Meeting

Controlling Cholesterol With Combination Therapy




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