For Medical Professionals Taking Care of Women’s Hearts Today.
Gaps in prevention and diagnosis of cardiovascular disease in women are increasingly recognized and practitioners taking care of women today must keep up with emerging research and changing guidelines. Recognizing unique symptoms, performing effective diagnostic testing, ensuring timely treatment, modifying patients’ lifestyle behaviors, and recognizing that some diseases impact women disproportionately and progress differently in women than in men are just a few of the challenges.
To address these issues, the Women’s Heart & Vascular Symposium is hosted annually by Texas Heart Institute Center for Women’s Heart & Vascular Health and is published as a Special Section in the Texas Heart Institute Journal as enduring education. The Special Section features relevant women focused research and offers current insights for all medical professionals caring for women today.
Video Library (Non-CME)
Available for CME Credit through August 1, 2021
Available for CME Credit through August 1, 2020
★ Download CME Instructions and Assessment Questions
Available for CME Credit through October 1, 2019
THI Journal Special Section
Public Education & Resources for Communities
Encouraging healthier women.
Texas Heart Institute’s Center for Women’s Heart & Vascular Health launched Women’s Heart Health to help educate women about their true risks and to encourage them to take ownership of their cardiovascular health by living a heart-healthy lifestyle.
Explore our resources for patients, families and communities (English & Spanish)