The Clinical Spotlight Series shines a light on best practices and emerging science across practice-changing topics in care including SGLT2i’s, heart failure, lipid management, and anticoagulation.

Join leading experts in the field for this series of interactive sessions to ensure you are up to date on the safety and efficacy of the newest therapies, and cultivate your skills in applying the latest clinical information into patient care.

The Evolving Lipids Landscape: Current and Emerging Nonstatins
Chair: Salim Virani, MD, FACC

The ever-expanding wide spectrum of treatment options for ASCVD has drastically changed the lipid-lowering landscape. Understanding the nuanced considerations for patient selection is now more important than ever. Come join the experts to hear the latest strategies on appropriately using new nonstatin agents in clinical practice.
Tracking the CV Impact of SGLT2i's: Practice Essentials
Chair: Alison Bailey, MD, FACC

The rapid release of new trial results for sodium-glucose cotransporter 2 inhibitor (SGLT2i) and emerging indications demonstrate an exciting new treatment for patients at high cardiovascular risk. Join this expert-led session to gain insights on the latest science and practical applications you need to deliver cutting-edge therapy to your patients. 
What's New in HF Pharmacotherapies: The What, How, and Wow
Chair: Alanna Morris, MD, MSc, FACC

The treatment landscape for heart failure has evolved significantly, with exponential growth in clinical trials and therapeutic options. Join the experts as they help you navigate the new and complex management landscape, including understanding emerging therapies and their practical applications.

Anticoagulation Trivia from A to V: Management Strategies Across the Board
Chair: Geoff Barnes, MD, MSc, FACC

There are multiple challenges facing clinicians when selecting the best anticoagulation treatment strategy for their patients. Come test your knowledge and compete against your peers at this cross-cutting interactive session covering anticoagulation for AFib, PAD, VTE, and COVID.

Contemporary Approaches to Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy: If You Can See It, You Can Treat It
Chair: Matthew W. Martinez, MD, FACC

This course, is chaired by Matthew W. Martinez, MD, FACC, will help you sharpen your diagnostic skills to recognize the characteristic signs and symptoms of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. Our expert faculty will share the latest advancements in diagnosis and emerging therapies to provide timely treatment to patients with this underrecognized disease.