Program Evaluation CI18 - Evaluation 1 2 3 4 5 6 Thank you for taking the time to complete this CME evaluation. Your feedback is very important to the program directors. You will receive your certificate as a PDF attachment via email within two (2) weeks of submission. The subject line will be "Cardiovascular Interventions 2018 Certificate". Name and degrees/credentials*Please enter your name exactly as you would like it to appear on your certificate, including degrees and/or credentials. Your evaluation answers will be kept strictly confidential. Name and degrees/credentials Email Address*You will receive your certificate as a PDF attachment via email from Promedica International within two (2) weeks of submission. The subject line will be "Cardiovascular Interventions 2018 Certificate". Enter Email Confirm Email Type of Certificate*AMA PRA Category 1 Credits (Physicians, PAs and RCIS Techs choose this option)Nursing CE Contact HoursPerfusion CEUs (approved by the ABCP)No Certificate NeededPromedica International is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians. Promedica International designates this live activity for a maximum of 23 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. br>This symposium fulfilled the Title 17 California Code requirement for 4 CE credits in radiation safety for the clinical uses of fluoroscopy. Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider #8495 for 23 Contact Hours for the Cardiovascular Disease Management symposium. This certificate must be retained by the licensee for a period of four years after the course ends. The American Board of Cardiovascular Perfusion (ABCP) has approved a total of 27.6 Category 1 CEUs for perfusionists for Wednesday, November 8 (4.8), Thursday, November 9 (11.4), and Friday, November 10 (11.4). Number of AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™*Please enter a value between 1 and 23.Would you like to also claim ABIM MOC points for your participation?*Please Note that physicians will be able to claim ABIM MOC points through this online evaluation form through December 14, 2018. It is the CME activity provider’s responsibility to submit participant completion information to the ACCME for the purpose of granting ABIM MOC credit. By claiming ABIM MOC points via this form, you authorize Promedica International (the accredited provider) to submit the hours you claimed to the ABIM on your behalf.NoYesABIM ID*If you do not know your ABIM ID, you can look it up here: https://www.abim.org/verify-physician.aspx.Date of Birth* MM DD YYYY Number of Contact Hours*Please enter a value between 1 and 23.Nursing License Number*Number of CEUs*Please enter a value between 1 and 27.6. Overall comments on the symposiumPlease share what you have learned and will change or maintain in your practice and/or patient care as a result of this symposium. **This reflective statement is required in order to claim ABIM MOC Points***Educational Objectives Rate how well you feel each educational objective was addressed. After attending the symposium, participants should be able to: Apply new technical approaches to specific lesion subsets such as bifurcation lesions, left main lesions, chronic total occlusions and saphenous vein graft disease*ExcellentGoodFairPoorIntegrate the latest guidelines and practice improvements into the management of myocardial function*ExcellentGoodFairPoorDiscuss new techniques under development for percutaneous cardiac valve repair and replacement*ExcellentGoodFairPoorReduce common catheterization laboratory patient complications using new techniques and technologies*ExcellentGoodFairPoorCritique the latest evidence and guidelines supporting new cardiac imaging modalities such as IVUS, OCT and FFR guided stent deployment*ExcellentGoodFairPoorPrescribe the appropriate antithrombotic therapies based on the latest data and guidelines*ExcellentGoodFairPoorEvaluate the indications, practical implementation techniques and evidence base for bioresorbable scaffolds*ExcellentGoodFairPoorComment Overall Program ReviewDid you hear anything in the accredited presentations that favored a specific product or company, not backed by clinical data? Please note that the satellite symposia were not accredited.***If the answer is yes, it is important that you note the lecture/speaker and product concerned in the space provided.NoYesComment October 24, 25 & 26, 2018Please rate the scientific sessions and include any comments about specific speakers below.Wednesday, October 24, 2018, 1:30 - 3:30 pm*Live Cases 1 & 2 from Scripps Clinic Is Diagnostic Angiography Dead? FFRct for the Interventionalist Jorge A. Gonzalez, MD FFR/iFR Caveats: Real World Challenges: Diffuse Disease, Left Main, CTOs Morton Kern, MD Core Curriculum: Radial PCI: Essential Techniques to Maximize Success Matthew J. Price, MDExcellentGoodFairPoor*Did not attendWednesday, October 24, 2018, 4:00 - 6:00 pm*Live Cases 3 & 4 from Scripps Clinic Core Curriculum: Bifurcation Approaches, A Step-by-Step Refresher Curtiss T. Stinis, MD Core Curriculum: Guidewires, Guide Catheters and Specialty Devices: When to Choose and How to Use Current Technology Curtiss T. Stinis, MDExcellentGoodFairPoor*Did not attendThursday, October 25, 2018, 7:30 - 9:30 am*Live Cases 5 & 6 from Scripps Clinic Show Me the Data: Key Clinical Trials of 2018 Ehtisham Mahmud, MD Intravascular Imaging is Underutilized in 2018: How Liberal Use Can Improve Outcomes Ziad Ali, MD, DPhil PFO Closure to Prevent Recurrent Cryptogenic Stroke Matthew J. Price, MDExcellentGoodFairPoor*Did not attendThursday, October 25, 2018, 10:00 am - 12:00 pm*Live Cases 7 & 8 from Scripps Clinic Left Ventricular Support During High Risk PCI: Expanded Indications, Technique and Outcomes Unprotected Left Main and Multivessel PCI Update: Expanding PCI Indications Paul S. Teirstein, MD Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) in 2018: The Data Keeps Getting Better…Long-Term Outcomes/Expanded Indications Paul S. Teirstein, MDExcellentGoodFairPoor*Did not attendThursday, October 25, 2018, 12:00 - 1:30 pm (Lunch Session)*Challenging Cases Panel Discussion Radiation Safety in the Cath Lab Paul S. Teirstein, MDExcellentGoodFairPoor*Did not attendThursday, October 25, 2018, 1:30 - 3:30 pm*Live Cases 9 & 10 from Scripps Clinic Case-Based Atherectomy: Rotational, Orbital, Laser – Which Would You Choose for This Case? Multiple Cases Discussed by Multiple Atherectomy Experts J. Aaron Grantham, MD, Cindy Grines, MD, James Hermiller, MD, Matthew J. Price, MD, Curtiss T. Stinis, MD, Paul S. Teirstein, MD Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection (SCAD) Update – What Does the Interventionalist Need to Know? Preferred Access, Advanced Imaging, Best Medical Therapy, Should We Ever Stent? Jacqueline Saw, MD TAVR: Which Device for Which Patient? Curtiss T. Stinis, MDExcellentGoodFairPoor*Did not attendThursday, October 25, 2018, 4:00 - 6:00 pm*Live Cases 11 & 12 from Scripps Clinic What’s New with DAPT? Shorter DAPT Duration, Genome Directed DAPT, New Generic Anti-Platelets, Cangrelor, Switching Agents, Monotherapy… Dean Kereiakes, MD Endovascular Treatment of PAD in 2018: Latest Techniques and Data Curtiss T. Stinis, MD Now What Should We Do? The Worst From the Best – Complications Brought to You by Experts; Perforations, Embolized Stents and Wires, Thrombus and More Matthew J. Price, MD, Curtiss T. Stinis, MD, Paul S. Teirstein, MDExcellentGoodFairPoor*Did not attendFriday, October 26, 2018, 7:30 - 9:30 am*Live Cases 13 & 14 from Scripps Clinic What’s New with STEMI PCI: Radial Access, Staging, Thrombectomy, Adjunctive Pharmacology Cindy Grines, MD PCSK9 Inhibitors for the Interventionalist: Which Patients Do We Choose and How Do We Use? Douglas Triffon, MD Left Atrial Appendage Closure for Atrial Fibrillation: Data, Technique, and Patient Selection Matthew J. Price, MD, Curtiss T. Stinis, MD, Paul S. Teirstein, MDExcellentGoodFairPoor*Did not attendFriday, October 26, 2018, 10:00 am - 12:00 pm*Live Cases 15 & 16 from Scripps Clinic Practical Approach to Chronic Total Occlusions Step-by-Step Techniques – The Antegrade and Retrograde Approach J. Aaron Grantham, MD OCT, IVUS, and FFR: Which Technology When? Ziad Ali, MD, DPhilExcellentGoodFairPoor*Did not attendFriday, October 26, 2018, 12:00 - 1:30 pm (Lunch Session)*Challenging Cases Panel Discussion Certification Update: Are We Improving Continuous Certification? Paul S. Teirstein, MDExcellentGoodFairPoor*Did not attendFriday, October 26, 2018, 1:30 - 3:30 pm*Live Cases 17 & 18 from Scripps Clinic So Many Choices – How Do I Choose a Stent in 2018? James Hermiller, MD, Dean Kereiakes, MD, David Rizik, MD Low and No Contrast for PCI in Patients with Impaired Renal Function Ziad Ali, MD, DPhil The Mitral Revolution: Transcatheter Repair and Replacement Going Mainstream Matthew J. Price, MDExcellentGoodFairPoor*Did not attendFriday, October 26, 2018, 4:00 - 6:00 pm*Live Cases 19 & 20 from Scripps Clinic Hyperbaric Oxygen: A Novel Approach to Infarct Size Reduction Following STEMI Richard A. Schatz, MD Interventional Heart Failure Ajay Srivastava, MDExcellentGoodFairPoor*Did not attend Needs AssessmentComments and Suggestions for Next YearYour SpecialtyYou may select more than one option if applicable. Cardiology, Clinical Cardiology, Interventional Cardiothoracic Surgery Nursing Perfusion RCIS Vascular Medicine Other Specialty Information about "other"Methods of LearningYou may select more than one option if applicable. Articles DVDs Labs Lectures Webcasting Workshops Other Methods Information about "other"Barriers to ChangeYou may select more than one option if applicable. None Funding/Equipment Hospital/Practice Support Patient Compliance Other Barriers Information about "other"Location for a meetingYou may select more than one option if applicable. 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