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Nanotechnology: Impact on Cardiovascular Medicine

Date of Online Release: January 12, 2009
Date of Recent Review: January 2014
Credits: .75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
Termination Date: January 8, 2016
See link to Course Materials below.

CME Information - Overview


This presentation reviews the science of nanotechnology, nano-diagnostics, and therapies based upon nano-manufacturing. 

Educational Objectives
The intended result of this activity is increased knowledge. At the conclusion of this program, participants should be able to-

  • Discuss the emerging field of nanoscience.
  • Discuss new imaging/therapeutic options.
  • Describe the impact of nanotechnology on cardiovascular medicine.

Target Audience
The intended audience for this continuing medical education activity includes cardiologists, internists, and research scientists interested in nanotechnology.

Method of Instruction / Participation
This online enduring material comprises slide sets with text and audio derived from a live cardiology grand rounds presentation with post activity assessment and evaluation.

Evaluation / Feedback
We value your feedback; please send your suggestions and comments to the office of continuing medical education at Texas Heart Institute.

Speaker

   Steven Bailey, MD



Steven Bailey, MD

The University of Texas Health Science Center
   at San Antonio
San Antonio, Texas

Accreditation / Credit Designation 

Texas Heart Institute is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The Texas Heart Institute designates this enduring material for a maximum of .75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Estimated Study Time
The estimated time to complete this activity, including review of the materials and completion of the course assessment is 45 minutes.

Repurposing Statement
If you previously completed and received credit for the live CME-sponsored grand rounds entitled, Nanotechnology: Impact on Cardiovascular Medicine, on December 5, 2008, please note that you will not receive credit for completing this activity. Participants who take part in an identical activity, even in order to validate learning or to clarify specific topics, cannot claim, nor will the Texas Heart Institute award, duplicate credit for the activity.

Disclosure of Relationships
It is the intent of the Texas Heart Institute to ensure that its educational mission and its continuing medical activities in particular, should not be influenced by the special interests of individuals associated with its program.

Faculty Disclosure
In accordance with the guidelines of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education, faculty members have disclosed their relationships, either with one or more of the manufacturers of commercial products discussed, or with one or more of the corporate organizations offering educational grants for the live continuing medical education activity.

Steven Bailey, MD does not have any disclosures relevant to this program but plans to discuss unlabeled or investigational
uses of products.
Course Materials and CME Credit 

This online enduring material comprises one presentation. By clicking on the course materials link, you acknowledge that you have reviewed the CME information provided above. After viewing the presentation, you must complete an assessment and evaluation to obtain CME credit for this activity.

Course Materials

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