Cardiology CME/CE Courses

Your search for high-quality, complimentary CME/CE stops right here. The courses below are powered by myCME, the education engine in Haymarket Medical Network's (HMN) expanding portfolio of clinical websites. Now you can easily find practice-relevant courses, earn CME/CE credit, and access your CME History without leaving The Cardiology Advisor. Plus, your CME History will be available to you across HMN on any site you choose. Simply click any link below to get started earning credit.

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Webcast

Advances in Heart Failure PharmacotherapyExternal web site

CME|CPE 1.00 Credits
Patient Case Study

Case 1: A 78-Year-Old Female with Coronary Artery DiseaseExternal web site

CME|CE 1.00 Credits
Interactive Monograph

Managing and Reducing CV Risk in T2DM: An Online E-ForumExternal web site

CME 0.50 Credits
Interactive Monograph

Best of the CMHC: Advances in LDL-Lowering and Heart Failure TreatmentExternal web site

CME|CPE|CE 1.00 Credits
Interactive Monograph

CMHC: Balancing CV Risks & Benefits with Diabetes TherapiesExternal web site

CME|CPE|CE 1.50 Credits
Expert Perspective

Optimizing the Management of LDL-C and ASCVD RiskExternal web site

CME 1.00 Credits
Roundtable

The Changing Landscape of Dyslipidemia TreatmentExternal web site

CME|CE 1.00 Credits
Slide Lecture Series

AHF: Best Practices, Ongoing Challenges, Future DirectionsExternal web site

CME 1.00 Credits
Interactive Monograph

The Evolving Role of Oral Anticoagulation in Internal MedExternal web site

CME 1.00 Credits
Slide Lecture Series

Current Controversies in Dyslipidemia ManagementExternal web site

CME|CPE|CE 1.00 Credits
Interactive Monograph

Expert Insights into the Management of TriglyceridesExternal web site

CME|CE 1.00 Credits
Patient Case Study

Nurses at the Forefront of Heart Failure ManagementExternal web site

CE 0.75 Credits
Interactive Monograph

Emerging Treatment Options for Familial HypercholesterolemiaExternal web site

CME|CE 1.00 Credits
Interactive Monograph

Cardiovascular Risk in Patients with Primary Hyperlipidemia and FHExternal web site

CME|CE 1.00 Credits