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MRME and the California Chapter of the American College of Cardiology (CA ACC) Announce Educational Partnership
Date:12/2/2008

SACRAMENTO, Calif., Dec. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- MRME the publisher of Reviews in Cardiovascular Medicine (RICM) and the California Chapter of the American College of Cardiology (CA ACC), the largest ACC chapter in the US, announce a partnership to develop important and impactful educational programs for cardiologists. The CA ACC is known for its effective outreach to its membership through support of medical education activities.

CA ACC is committed to working with the California legislature to help insure that the practice of cardiology continues to focus on the best interests of patients and that cardiologists deliver the most effective care to those patients. Many of these issues will have implications around the country. Our joint partnership will focus on the following initiatives:

    --  Development of medical education programs that are based on accurate
        assessments of the needs of cardiologists
    --  Guarantee that these programs are of the highest quality and readily
        available to cardiologists
    --  Enhance communication between CA ACC/MRME and practicing cardiologists
    --  Inform cardiologists of political developments both at the state and
        national level that may affect their practice and how they care for
        patients, ultimately enhancing their ability to access the political
        processes

Please feel free to contact Diane Gern, MRME: dgern@medreviews.com or Lianna Collage, CA ACC: lianna@CAACC.org for additional information


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