Canadian Cardiovascular Society

On-Demand Guideline Webinars

This suite of CCS On-Demand guideline webinars provides you quick access to the most important information from the latest CCS guidelines. CCS guideline webinars are designed to support your learning, provide useful tips, and promote the implementation of recommendations into your practice to help guide patient care.

Please note all CCS events (live, on-demand and recorded), their descriptions and details, are posted on the CCS website in the native language of presentation.


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What’s Covered: This webinar features content from the 2020 CCS/CTS Position Statement on Pulmonary Hypertension. Learning objectives include: identifying risk factors, reviewing the diagnosis of pulmonary hypertension and examining new therapeutic targets and treatment strategies available.  

Presenters: Dr. Lisa Mielniczuk, Dr. Naushad Hirani, Dr. Ali Kapasi and Dr. Sanjay Mehta


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What’s Covered: This presentation features content from the 2021 CCS/CHFS Heart Failure Guidelines Update with a focus on new evidence related to the treatment and management of patients with HFrEF. Learning objectives include: discussion of new evidence for pharmacological therapies for patients with HFrEF and review of timing and clinical context for initiating novel pharmacologic therapies for the management of HFrEF.

Presenters: Dr. Justin Ezekowitz, Dr. Michael McDonald and Dr. Sean Virani.


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What’s Covered: This presentation features content from the 2020 CCS/CHRS Comprehensive Atrial Fibrillation Guidelines. Learning objectives include: discussion of stroke prevention considerations for patients with CKD and special populations, review of optimal management of antithrombotic therapy for patients with CAD, and exploring anticoagulation in the context of cardioversion.

Presenters: Dr. Laurence Sterns, Dr. Laurent Macle, Dr. Jason Andrade, Dr. Alan Bell, Dr. Kori Leblanc, Dr. Brent Mitchell and Dr. Teresa Tsang.


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