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Adult Congenital Heart Disease Video Presentations

Season: 2012
Submitted By: Gary Webb, MD

A great deal of excellent teaching and learning material about adult congenital heart disease is now available for your use at:

https://cincinnatiachdcourse.org

The material was recorded at the 2011 ACHD Program in Cincinnati. We believe it will be of value to:
  • physicians and others with an interest in ACHD;
  • adult and pediatric cardiology trainees who need more exposure to ACHD;
  • teachers who need educational material for rounds or other teaching.


The two major types of resources are "Topic-based Learning" and "Case-based Learning".

Topic-based Learning:
  • ACHD echocardiography symposium.
  • Aortic root symposium.
  • Aortic valve symposium.
  • The future of ACHD care symposium.
  • Advances in ACHD arrhythmia management.
  • ACHD imaging.
  • Special lectures.
  • Challenges in ACHD surgery.
  • Fontan symposium.
  • This I believe presentations.
  • Pregnancy and heart disease.
  • Contraception and heart disease.
  • Pulmonary arterial hypertension symposium.
  • Varied topics.
  • Imaging and CHD.
  • Surgery and CHD.
  • EP/arrhythmias and CHD.
  • Interventional cardiology and CHD.

Case-based Learning:
Case presentations and discussion from the following excellent teams:
  • Amsterdam.
  • Columbus.
  • London.
  • MontrĂ©al.
  • Mayo Clinic.
  • Toronto.


We would be very grateful for feedback from each user as to how valuable each presentation was to them. We use a five-star scoring system. There is also an opportunity to communicate with us if any of your users are having problems with the website.

With the assistance of colleagues and other institutions, we plan to add other teaching material to create an ACHD learning site. So please use what we now have, and remain alert to finding additional material in the future.