Taking place from May 1-3, 2020 in Arizona’s premier Native-American owned luxury resort at the Sheraton Grand at Wild Horse Pass, the upcoming CMHC West will deliver the latest clinical knowledge surrounding cardiometabolic health through interactive and innovative educational formats. Centered upon the intimate relationships between culture and cardiometabolic health, this year’s event will spotlight the latest findings on critical aspects of advanced clinical care including obesity & lifestyle medicine, dyslipidemia, atherosclerosis, hypertension, diabetes management and more. As a geographically unique and educationally advanced meeting led by some of the nation’s foremost experts on cardiometabolic care, CMHC West serves as a transformative educational experience for clinicians seeking to advance the fight against cardiometabolic disease.
*Must submit proof of residency, fellowship or student ID
Highlighting the most clinically current, relevant, and applicable education in the field of cardiometabolic health, this conference allows attendees to learn specific strategies to combat the growing epidemic of cardiovascular disease.
Through three days of comprehensive clinical education in cardiometabolic health, attendees will have the opportunity to learn the most cutting-edge techniques and transferable skills: including content focused on obesity and lifestyle medicine and diabetes management.
Each lecture & session at CMHC is carefully curated and planned by our faculty, including a panel of Chairpersons that represent the most respected & renowned leaders in the field.
Through networking opportunities and an intimate environment designed to spur socializing in addition to clinical education, this conference enables attendees to interact with each other during events, planned Happy Hours, and other scheduled breaks.
Sessions will not only spotlight the most recent results from clinical trials, delivered through thought-provoking and innovative educational formats, but also focus on aspects of cardiometabolic health specific to indigenous communities.