We are excited to officially launch a new resource called Guidelines & KT Tools, housed on the CCS website. This one-stop-shop offers the full text of a selection of our most widely-used Guidelines, along with infographics, recorded CPD webinars, pocket guides and more – with content organized by topic so everything is in ONE PLACE.
You can find CCS Guidelines on PAD, HF, Lipids, AFib, and Drive & Fly, with more to come over time.
We also rolled out a sleek new version of the iCCS app for iOS and Android. The updated app is easily navigable with quick access to recommendations, figures, and references.
Whether you’re looking for Guidelines content for use at point of care, for learning and reference, or for teaching, you can easily find the most up-to-date information.
Hear more about this new new way to read, search and use CCS Guidelines in practice, for teaching and self-guided learning from CCS Guidelines Committee member Natasha Aleksova:
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