Texas Heart Institute provides physicians and medical professionals with comprehensive and innovative CME activities. Texas Heart Institute professionals serve as Course Directors for our feature symposia. Visit our CME Course Catalog for a complete list of symposia and activities (CVD/Non-CVD) accredited by the THI Office of Continued Medical Education.
Annual Women’s Heart & Vascular Symposium
The Center for Women’s Heart & Vascular Health sponsors this annual symposium on issues concerning cardiovascular disease in women. This program is an accredited, day-long symposium for all healthcare providers caring for women today including: cardiologists, gynecologists, primary care, internal medicine, family medicine, emergency medicine, endocrinologists, nurses and nurse practitioners. Curriculum highlights the most current research, guidelines and strategies to improve diagnosis and treatment of disease in women specifically.Learn More
The Ali Massumi Cardiac Arrhythmia Symposium
The field of cardiac electrophysiology has evolved from a specialty that primarily managed arrhythmias with drug therapy to one with an expanded role of various nonpharmacologic therapies in detecting and terminating arrhythmias. This symposium is designed to provide electrophysiologists, cardiologists, internists and associated professionals with state-of-the-art information on the fundamental mechanisms of cardiac arrhythmias and the best practice approaches to clinical diagnosis, evaluation and management of abnormal heart rhythms.Learn More
Annual Houston Echo Review: Boot Camp for Echo Board
Experts at Texas Heart Institute and the Greater Society of Echocardiography have organized a 3-day intensive review course designed to prepare cardiovascular specialists for the National Board of Echocardiography (NBE) examinations. The course includes lectures, interactive discussions, and case presentations.Learn More
THI International Symposium on Cardiovascular Regenerative Medicine
Texas Update in Cardiovascular Advancements
Over the past decade, physicians and scientists have worked diligently to find ways to combat the various physiological and behavioral risk factors and the genetic alterations associated with cardiovascular disease. This one-day symposium features lectures and discussions by distinguished faculty who provide current information on the status and future directions of cardiovascular medicine.