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CardioCareLive, the Largest Online Cardiology Conference, Attracts 2,300 Attendees and Enjoys 92% Recommendation Rate
Date:6/3/2010

ive meets live twice a year, and is one of several online medical conferences offered via collaboration between the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and PlatformQ. Other disease areas where continuing medical education is offered include infectious disease and oncology. These live virtual congresses enable physicians, specialists, nurses, and pharmacists to stay current with the latest findings in patient care from the convenience of any computer. In fact, 90% of attendees surveyed cited the ability to attend a conference without travel time or cost as a feature that they found beneficial.

The May virtual congress of CardioCareLive included presentations on such topics as hypertension management, assessing risk in cardiac patients, and treatment options for atrial fibrillation. Live online congresses such as the May 11-13 meeting offer physicians an opportunity to garner answers to questions in real-time from the leaders in a given field of medicine. 79% of attendees surveyed found the ability to view presentations from renowned experts to be beneficial and 74% found it valuable to be able to ask questions live to presenters during an online conference. 70% of attendees surveyed confirmed that the May 2010 CardioCareLive congress had a positive impact on their practice.

“For all participants, including faculty and speakers, this is one of the most efficient ways to connect and share new scientific research and clinical updates with colleagues and medical professionals working with patients with cardiovascular disease,” said Dr. Christopher P. Cannon, MD, Physician and Associate Professor, Brigham and Women’s Hospital and a speaker at CardioCareLive. “Meaningful transfer of knowledge took place during this live event and will continue during the on-demand period with a goal of substantively improving patient outcomes.”

The May 2010 edition of CardioCareLive was supported by educational grants from Ab
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