The course will consist of 6 text modules and 6 video lectures covering the module contents that will be unlocked alternatively every other month. The course will also conduct a bi-monthly post- test based on each module and its video lecture. The text-based portion will enhance the knowledge and skills of the physician while the video lectures serve to reinforce key points. Additional reading is recommended to the participants to further enhance their knowledge.
An online final examination is administered upon successful completion of all six modules of study. The final grade is a culmination of the bimonthly post tests and the final online examination for which the participant must receive a score of at least 70% to be eligible for the Certificate of Postgraduate Course in Advanced Cardiology.
What you will learn:
This course is intended for those Physician who witness patients with cardiovascular symptoms on a daily basis in their general practice.
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Dr. Gaggin is a clinical investigator, educator and cardiologist at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School who focuses on evidence-based application of Precision Medicine in Cardiology. She serves as an Editorial Consultant for the Journal of the American College of Cardiology: Heart Failure. Dr. Gaggin is overseeing the launch of the Heart Failure with Preserved Ejection Fraction Program at MGH where clinical research and clinical practice complement each other closely.