Canadian Cardiovascular Society

Certificates of Attendance

As a requirement of the Royal College’s Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program, Fellows are required to attain and keep records of their participation at Section 1 Accredited Group Learning activities. If you have participated in any of the accredited activities below, please click on the links to receive your certificate of attendance.

Disclaimer: By downloading and completing this certificate, you attest that you have attended this program in its entirety and that you will submit completed certificate(s) to the RCPSC solely for the MOC section 1 session(s) attended. This certificate is not valid unless supported by a completed accredited program registration form.

As of July 12 2021, all CCS MOC section 1 programs will have certificates issued directly to the participant through e-communication.

YearTitle DateLocation
2021CCS/CHRS AF Guidelines Webinar: When it comes to Arrhythmia ManagementJuly 8, 2021Online
2021Perspectives in Clinical Cardiology: Cardiac Sarcoid – “multiple uncertainties”June 23, 2021Online
2021CCS Canadian Perspectives on the ACC2021 – Session 2June 15, 2021Online
2021CCS Canadian Perspectives on the ACC 2021 – Session 1June 2, 2021Online
2021HF Webinar 3: When to consider device therapy: managing complex HFJune 17, 2021Online
2021Feel Better, Work Better: One Year LaterJune 10, 2021Online
2021CCS RRT- ECMO in the Time of a PandemicMay 27, 2021Online
2021Perspectives in Clinical Cardiology – “Doctor what happened to me?” SCADMay 26, 2021Online
2021HF Webinar 2: Screening + Diagnosis of HFrEF and HFpEF: Recognizing and managing risk factorsMay 19, 2021Online
2021AF Webinar 1: All about stroke prevention!April 22, 2021Online
2021HF Webinar 1: What’s New in 2021: An updated standard of care of HFrEFApril 15, 2021Online
2021Webinar: Pulmonary Hypertension – What’s New?March 31, 2021Online
2021Long Covid-19: A Primer for Cardiovascular Health Professionals March 24, 2021Online
2020Canadian Perspectives on the AHA.20December 16, 2020Online
2020Applying Ongoing Learning from the COVID-19 Pandemic Towards Optimal Cardiovascular Care in CanadaDecember 9, 2020Online
2020Canadian Cardiovascular Congress 2020
2020   Canadian Perspectives on the ESC.20 – Heart Failure   September 23, 2020    Online
2020   Canadian Perspectives on the ESC.20 – Atrial Fibrillation and Coronary Artery Disease   September 16, 2020    Online
2020   Canadian Perspectives – Vascular   June 17, 2020    Online
2020   Canadian Perspectives – Prevention   June 10, 2020    Online
2020   Canadian Perspectives – Heart Failure   June 3, 2020    Online
2020   Virtual Reality – Adapting to a New Era from the CCS Rapid Response Team   May 27, 2020    Online
2020   A NEW DAWN: The Rise of POCUS during the Pandemic and Beyond   May 20, 2020    Online
2020   CCS CHFS COVID-19: Tackling HF Care   May 7, 2020    Online
2019   Canadian Cardiovascular Congress 2019   October 24-27, 2019    Montreal, QC
2019   2019 Heart Failure Academy for Primary Care   October 11, 2019    Hamilton, ON
2019   2019 Heart Failure Academy for Primary Care   March 29, 2019    Montreal, QC
2019   2019 Heart Failure Academy for Primary Care   February 22, 2019Edmonton, AB
2018   Canadian Cardiovascular Congress 2018   October 20-23, 2018    Toronto, ON
2018   Arrhythmia UpdateJanuary 31 – February 3, 2018Whistler, BC
2017   Canadian Cardiovascular Congress 2017   October 21-24, 2017    Vancouver, BC
2017   CvXchange 2017August 27, 2017Barcelona, Spain
2017   Breaking News ESCVariousVarious
2017   Hot Topics: Complex Cases in Cardiology (on demand)VariousVarious
2017   Heart Failure Update 2017May 12-13, 2017Toronto, ON
2017   Hot Topics in Cardiology: Complex CasesMay 25, 2017Montreal, QC
2017   Hot Topics in Cardiology: Complex CasesApril 25, 2017Calgary, AB
2017   Hot Topics in Cardiology: Complex CasesJune 8, 2017Toronto, ON
2017   Hot Topics in Cardiology: Complex CasesMay 2, 2017Vancouver, BC
2017   Breaking News ACC 2017VariousVarious
2017   Arrhythmia UpdateFebruary 1-4, 2017Banff, Alberta
2017   Taking AFib to Heart – Expert Advice on the Management of Non-Valvular Atrial FibrillationVariousVarious

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