The Advanced General Neurology Fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital offers advanced, in-depth clinical training, preparing graduates to treat complex neurological problems and teach clinical neurology.
The Clinical Vascular Medicine Fellowship Program at Massachusetts General Hospital is a one-year non-ACGME training program in the discipline of clinical vascular medicine.
The objective of the MGH/BWH Nephrology joint fellowship program is to provide vigorous, comprehensive clinical and research training for physicians to become productive leaders in academic nephrology.
The Vascular Diagnostic and Intervention Fellowship Program at Massachusetts General Hospital is a one-year, non-ACGME training program.
The Vascular Neurology one-year fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital offers clinical, neuro-imaging, and rehabilitation training, and opportunities for vascular research projects.
For more than 75 years, the Department of Medicine Residency Training Program has brought experience, commitment, and a rigorous and balanced approach to the training of internal medicine residents.
03/08/2013: Novel Therapeutic Strategies for Systemic Cardiovascular Disease: An Integrated Approach to Treating Heart Failure and Valve Disease, Vascular Disease
Novel Therapeutic Strategies for Systemic Cardiovascular Disease: An Integrated Approach to Treating Heart Failure and Valve Disease, Vascular Disease and Stroke presents evidence-based strategies that will impact your practice performance and improve outcomes for your patients with cardiovascular disease. The expert faculty will provide insights and opinions on methods for providing comprehensive diagnosis, treatment and management of patients while working in an integrated, multispecialty program.
09/20/2011: Vascular Disease, Diabetes and Foot Ulcerations
The Spectrum of Vascular Disease, Diabetes and Foot Ulcerations: What You Need to Know will present expert insights and opinions on methods for providing comprehensive diagnostic, preventive and therapeutic interventions to patients with foot and ankle complications stemming from diabetes mellitus and peripheral artery disease. Physicians and physician extenders will be educated on the signs and symptoms of peripheral artery disease in patients with diabetes and analyze the indications for revascularization, foot reconstruction and preventive strategies for patients with diabetes and foot disorders. The faculty will demonstrate the benefits of working in a collaborative multispecialty program.
This annual conference includes information on the care of patients with vascular problems, from prevention, diagnosis, treatment and nursing care.
10/05/2009: Heart Disease in Women - 2009 Update
This CME course is offered by the Harvard Medical School Department of Continuing Education. Upon completion of the course, participating physicians may receive credits toward the AMA Physician's Recognition Award.
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