2013 Emerging Science Series - Feb. 27, 2013

Updated:Jan 2,2015

State of the Art: Clinical Management of Ischemic Heart Disease
Wednesday, February 27, 2013,  noon - 1:05 p.m.


Moderators:Robert O. Bonow, MD
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Past AHA President and Chair of the Emerging Science Series Committee

Alice Jacobs, MD
Boston University Medical Center
Past Chair of ACCF/AHA Task Force for Practice Guidelines
Topics & Panelists:
Part 1: How and Why We Do Guidelines

Alice Jacobs, MD, FAHA
Boston University Medical Center

Presentation Slides: Clinical Practice Guideline Methodology
ESS13_webheader_SIHD_02Part 2: New Evidence For Managing Stable Ischemic Heart Disease: Guidelines

     Julius M. Gardin, MD, MBA
     Hackensack University Medical Center
     Writing Committee Member of Guidelines: Vice Chair, ACCF/AHA 

Presentation Slides: New Evidence for Managing SIHD
     Donald E. Casey Jr. MD, MPH, MBA. FAHA
     NYU Langone Medical Center
ESS13_webheader_SIHD_03    Joanna D. Sikkema, DNP, MSN, ARNP-BC, FAHA
     University of Miami School of Nursing and Health Studies
     Writing Committee Member of Guidelines: PCNA Representative

Presentation Slides: Integrating SIHD Guidelines into Clinical Practice
     Kevin B. Sneed, PharmD
     University of South Florida College of Pharmacy

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Emerging Science Series

The AHA recognizes important scientific results do not always conveniently coincide with the timing of AHA Scientific Sessions in November. The AHA Emerging Science Series will be one-hour professional quality webinars held two or three times per year. Each session will have two 30-minute blocks consisting of presentations of original research from the following categories: late breaking clinical trials, clinical trial updates of previously presented LBCTs and late breaking basic science. A steering committee will make the final selection from the reviewers’ comments and decide whether to present material from one of the following additional categories: major bench-to-bedside advances, major conference proceedings and major guidelines/policy statements. The webinars will be viewable from a computer or iPad and the series will be archived for on-demand viewing.  A panel of moderators and discussants will spend more time than allows at November’s Scientific Sessions for discussion and questions. Attendees can ask questions electronically before the event. This is a lecture-based activity. 

Release date and last review:  February, 2012
Expiration date: February, 2015