Physicians & Advanced Practitioners (NP, PA)
This activity utilizes a flipped classroom design. This begins with a foundational self-study followed by Live Conference on 10/18/2017, where all participants will have the opportunity to interact with the faculty and other learners. This provides an opportunity to discuss more specific management questions and strategies of care. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2018cardioquestions
How To Obtain Your CME Certificate
1. Read the learning objectives and faculty disclosures.
2. Physicians and Advanced Practitioners, who successfully, participate in the live component, complete the post-test and evaluation will receive CME credit.
3. You must score 80% to for completion of the “Flipped Classroom” Material for a maximum of 9.5 additional credits.
4. You must score 80% on the post-test to receive ABIM MOC credit for this activity. Click Here to take the post test
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