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TGH Continuing Medical Education Program

As a leading academic health system, Tampa General Hospital proudly offers opportunities for healthcare professionals to develop in their careers through Continuing Medical Education (CME). View our list of offerings to earn CME credit through seminars, webinars, and podcasts.

Grand Rounds Virtual Seminars

Join us for Grand Rounds! The Institutes of TGH invite guest speakers to educate physicians, physician assistants, and nursing professionals on a variety of topics related to professional development. View the full schedule of Grand Rounds events below.

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HVI Grand Rounds

How to Build a World-Class Cardiac Program

Grand Rounds Featuring Dr. Richard A. Shlofmitz

Presented by TGH Heart & Vascular Institute

Learning Objectives:

The objectives of this Grand Rounds aim to enhance the functionality and effectiveness of a cardiology program, focusing on improving both clinical and administrative aspects while promoting a culture of continual learning and adaptation. See page 2 for full list of objectives.

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Advances in Cardiac CT

Grand Rounds Featuring Dr. Ricardo C. Cury

Presented by TGH Heart & Vascular Institute

Learning Objectives:

  • Review recent advances and future directions in the field of Cardiac CT
  • Discuss the indications and limitations of Cardiac CT
  • Review appropriate utilization and guidelines supporting the use of Cardiac CT

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Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery – Small Incisions Big Difference

Grand Rounds Featuring Dr. Rodrigo de Souza

Presented by TGH Heart & Vascular Institute

The TGH Heart & Vascular Institute invites you to join us for a lecture entitled “Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery – Small Incisions Big Difference," with Cardiothoracic Surgeon, Dr. Rodrigo de Souza. He joins us from the University of California, San Francisco, where he served as Associate Professor of Surgery for his skills in minimally invasive cardiac surgery. Prior to that, he completed his medical and surgical training in Brazil at the Universidade Gama Filho, Medical School, his residency at Hospital Municipal Cardoso Fontes, and his fellowship in cardiovascular surgery at Clinics Hospital Federal University of Parana. He has also led a heart transplant program that cared for many patients with Chagas disease.

With 14 years in practice, Dr. de Souza's passion for minimally invasive surgery has led him to become one of most experienced surgeons in this field. He has given multiple lectures in the U.S. and abroad, and has directed several minimally invasive cardiac surgery training courses.

This activity has been approved for physician, physician assistant, and nursing continuing education credit.

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Advanced Resynchronization Therapy & Conduction System Pacing

Grand Rounds Featuring Dr. Bengt Herweg

Presented by TGH Heart & Vascular Institute

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the limitations of conventional CRT and the reasons for CRT nonresponse
  • Understand the options and potential advantages of resynchronization by conduction system pacing

This activity has been approved for physician, physician assistant, and nursing continuing education credit.

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Pregnancy: A Window into Cardiovascular Disease Prevention

Grand Rounds Featuring Dr. Daniela Crousillat

Presented by TGH Heart & Vascular Institute

Learning Objectives:

  • Explore sex-specific and pregnancy associated CVD risk factors among women
  • Appreciate the role of adverse pregnancy outcomes (APOs) in the development of future cardiovascular disease
  • Explore CVD risk assessment and mitigation strategies for prevention of CVD in women

This activity has been approved for physician, physician assistant, and nursing continuing education credit.

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Antithrombotic Therapy in Patients with Atrial Fibrillation (AF) Undergoing Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI)

Grand Rounds Featuring Dr. Dominick Angiolillo

Presented by TGH Heart & Vascular Institute

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe the prevalence of AF in patients undergoing PCI
  • Describe the implications for antithrombotic management
  • Review guidelines for clinical practice

This activity has been approved for physician, physician assistant, and nursing continuing education credit.

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Diagnosis and Management of CAD: New Pathways with CCTA at the Center

Grand Rounds Featuring Campbell Rogers, MD

Presented by TGH Heart & Vascular Institute

Learning Objectives:

  • Review Clinical Data for CTA-based diagnostic pathways in management of stable chest pain.
  • Integrate CTA-based physiological and quantitative plaque information into patient management.
  • Apply recent clinical data on pathways for suspected stable coronary sndromes.

This activity is not approved for physician, physician assistant, and nursing continuing education credit.

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Chagas Heart Disease in the United States and Florida

Grand Rounds Featuring Dr. Norman Beatty

Presented by TGH Heart & Vascular Institute

Learning Objectives:

  • Review Clinical Data for the transmission and epidemiology of Trypanosoma cruzi infection
  • Explore the screening, diagnostic treatment approaches, and cardiac manifestations of Chagas heart disease, including the various stages and treatment modalities

This activity has been approved for physician, physician assistant, and nursing continuing education credit.

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Shaping the Future: The Evolution of Academic Surgeon as a Leader

Grand Rounds Featuring Dr. Lucian Lozonschi

Presented by TGH Heart & Vascular Institute

Learning Objectives:

  • Explain how academic surgeons can apply different leadership styles and adapt them to diverse situations as situational leaders.
  • Describe two ways in which the role of academic surgeons as leaders is evolving in response to changes in healthcare delivery and systems.
  • Explain how academic surgeons can lead in quality improvement, patient safety, and adoption of new technologies by applying specific leadership techniques.

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Immune Checkpoint Inhibitor Myocarditis

Grand Rounds Featuring Dr. Tomas G. Neilan, MD, MPH

Presented by TGH Heart & Vascular Institute

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the expanding role of immune checkpoint inhibitors in cancer care,
  • The acute cardiac toxicities of immune checkpoint inhibitors, and
  • The sub-acute and chronic toxicities of immune checkpoint inhibitors and their insight into cardiovascular biology.

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The Latest Research in Cardiovascular Science

Grand Rounds Presented by TGH Heart & Vascular Institute

Featuring:

  • Dr. Dae Hyun Lee presenting "The Role of Clonal Hematopoiesis in Cardiovascular Disease"
  • Dr. Sami Noujaim presenting "Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems and Possible Cardiac Harm"
  • Dr. Thomas McDonald presenting "Hereditary Cardiomyopathy: A Stem-cell Approach to Drug Discovery"
  • Melissa Buckner-Benstock, APRN-C presenting "Heart Failure Management System"

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The IL-1/Inflammasome Pathway in Cardio-Oncology

Grand Rounds Featuring Antonio Abbate, MD

Presented by TGH Heart & Vascular Institute

Learning Objectives:

  • Review of the role of IL-1/inflammasome in atherothrombosis
  • Review of the role of IL-1/inflammasome in cardiotoxicity
  • Review of the role of IL-1/inflammasome in myocarditis and pericarditis

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CME Webinars On-Demand

Physicians can earn CME credit by watching webinars on-demand. Access the TGH CME Webinars library to begin watching previously recorded courses on your own time.

MD Cast by Tampa General Hospital

The MD Cast by Tampa General Hospital podcast is a go-to listening location for specialized physician-to-physician content and a valuable learning tool for world-class health care. MD Cast by Tampa General Hospital is an accredited CME program available to physicians and it’s available on all major streaming services for free. 

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