Cordis Cardiac & Vascular Institute

 

Meet our Advisory Panel & Faculty
Our Offering

Mission:

To establish a world-class global Cordis Cardiac and Vascular Institute (CCVI) that provides physicians and other healthcare professionals with educational and clinical resources, including hands-on training, designed to support the development of their academic knowledge and procedural skills.

Courses:

The Cordis Cardiac and Vascular Institute (CCVI) Professional Education Programme for interventionalists, cath lab staff and other healthcare professionals consists of a series of educational activities categorised as follows:

 

  • Interactive Medical Education Seminars chaired by leading experts in the topic under discussion
  • Clinical Practice Workshops involving the use of simulators, case reviews and, in some activities, the use of live cases
  • Symposia on topics associated with cardiac and vascular care
  • Professional communication skills training – including medical writing and presentation skills.

 

 

When appropriate, CCVI programmes are submitted to the European Board of Accreditation in Cardiology (EBAC) and/or the European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS) for CME accreditation. CCVI programmes are designed to support the development of academic knowledge and procedural skills.

 

 

 

 

 

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