Cardiometabolic Medicine

The need for consistent updates and agile content is imperative for today’s clinician to remain current on the continuum of scientific data. In no therapeutic area is this more essential than in “Cardiometabolic Medicine,” a new term meant to encompass the interconnected and debilitating diagnoses of diabetes mellitus, heart failure, coronary artery disease/acute coronary syndrome, progressive renal insufficiency, and related disorders such as hypertension, hyperlipidemia, and hyperkalemia.  These areas are subject to frequent pivotal trial publications, guidelines updates, FDA action, and outcomes assessments.  

Our Tweetorials

Your new source for free CE/CME via Twitter!
Each program provides 0.5hr – 1.0hr credit for physicians, pharmacists, and nurses.

@Cardiomet_CE on Twitter

Your only source for ACCREDITED SoMe-delivered 

serialized professional cardiometabolic education. Physicians, nurses, pharmacists–come one, come all!

On Twitter at @cardiomet_ce, we present a series of tweetorials, Twitter-delivered case studies, and Twitter Journal Clubs, each accredited for 0.5hr – 1.0hr CE/CME.  Programs are presented by expert faculty in engaging and fully interactive format.  Our unique program harnesses the reach, up-to-the-minute currency, and accessibility of social media to deliver a constant flow of accredited, interactive, expert-delivered educational programs to a multidisciplinary and interprofessional audience of engaged clinicians.

Completed programs appear “unrolled” on this webpage, but to maximize the learning value of these innovative programs, please follow @cardiomet_ce.

1a) Welcome to a new #accredited #tweetorial on limitations of #evidence-based provision of appropriate #anticoagulation for #stroke prevention in #atrialfibrillation #SPAF.
#CardioTwitter #medtwitter #FOAMed @MedTweetorials

Join me & @nicmiln for the 1st webinar in my new diabetes 𝗕𝗮𝗰𝗸 𝘁𝗼 𝗕𝗮𝘀𝗶𝗰𝘀 series kicking off with a back-to-basics approach to continuous glucose monitoring in primary care

🗓 February 28, 7-8pm

🔗 Register here:

Treating younger patients with a 10-year risk less than 10% is more likely to prevent CVD before it’s too late, even lower, even earlier is even better. ⁦@ProfKausikRay⁩ ⁦@ProfDFrancis⁩ ⁦@TCTMD⁩

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