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Cardiometabolic Resources

We encourage our healthcare professionals and practitioners to take advantage of our newest online educational resources, designed to help you stay updated in the sphere of cardiovascular care. Our featured activities spotlight a range of relevant topics within cardiometabolic health, rooted in the most recent scientific research and findings. Enjoy the benefits of advanced education at your own convenience and schedule, while earning CME credits and staying clinically current.

Resources


Cardiometabolic Chronicle

Access our journal, a literary publication that features academic clinical articles, interviews with keynote faculty members, patient spotlights, and the need-to-know information in cardiometabolic care.

Faculty Spotlight

Get to know our faculty members, and gain further information surrounding their backgrounds and expertise, through multimedia videos.

Clinical Case Challenge

Get to know our faculty members, and gain further information surrounding their backgrounds and expertise, through multimedia videos.

The Monthly Beat

Read our monthly newsletters, which feature popular blog posts, podcast episodes, scientific spotlights, and our most recent & upcoming events.

Cardiometabolic IQ Challenge

Learn about cardiometabolic risk factors & prevention methods through our interactive challenge quizzes.

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Popular Clinical Pearls


Popular Clinical Pearls

Collectively, conditions including cardiovascular and metabolic diseases—including type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome—comprise the leading global cause of preventable death. With approximately 1 in every 4 deaths in the United States due to heart disease, we have assembled clinical pearls designed to assist our clinicians, attendees, and members in staying apprised of the latest interventions and efforts surrounding cardiometabolic disease prevention. Because of the growing prevalence of obesity and other public health epidemics that exacerbate cardiometabolic disease, it is increasingly crucial for physicians to stay clinically current and educated, and to collectively combat CVD risk factors.