CHICAGO, May 18, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- ACSCME.com, a medical education portal from DIME, invites interventionalists, cardiologists,
The cutting-edge continuing medical educational platforms at http://www.acscme.com aim to improve the diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular disease, especially ACS and atherothrombosis. This will allow physicians to take advantage of interactive resources such as the Atherothrombosis eJournal Club, the Acute Coronary Syndrome RealCME Patient Consultation activity and the Acute Coronary Syndrome Webcast Series. These resources offer reviews of the latest journal publications and emerging research, CME opportunities and discuss new and emerging antiplatelet therapies that physicians can apply to their practice.
ACSCME.com is an educational platform specifically created for physicians who care for ACS and atherothrombosis patients and is completely free to use.
Leveraging the expertise of leading ACS and atherothrombosis clinicians and researchers, ACSCME's mission is to become the essential educational resource for clinicians who treat ACS and atherothrombosis patients. The ACSME application offers significant and timely information to advance the overall management of ACS and atherothrombosis throughout the course of the diseases. Visit http://www.acscme.com/ to start learning and gaining your CME credits today.
DIME is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
These activities have been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™.
DIME uses both digital and face- to face -formats to deliver education that meets the needs of physicians and other healthcare professionals. DIME is part of the Publicis Healthcare Communications Group. For additional information, please visit http://www.DIMedEd.org.
This press announcement was released by Audience Generation™, a digital, advertising, marketing and technology agency. For more information or a complete list of services, visit www.audiencegeneration.com, by phone at 512.708.4679, or email [email protected].
Contact: Charles PetersonTelephone: 312.553.8000Email: [email protected]
Subscribe to our Free Newsletters!
Sarcoma, is a cancer that may arise from several soft-tissues or bone. Treatment in early stages is ...
A wonder drug, soda bicarb or baking soda can be used for skin, teeth, hair, kidneys and much more ...
Melasma, also called as chloasma, is a skin hyperpigmentation problem characterized by brown spots ...View All