Thank you for taking the time to complete this CE evaluation. Your feedback is very important as we make plans for next year's program. You will receive your certificate as a PDF attachment via email within two (2) weeks of submission. The subject line will be "Techniques & Teamwork 2019 CME Certificate".Name and DegreesName and degrees/credentials*Please enter your name exactly as you would like it to appear on your certificate, including degrees and/or credentials. Name and degrees/credentials Email AddressEmail 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 "Technique & Teamwork 2019 CE Certificate". Enter Email Confirm Email Type of Certificate*Nursing CE Contract HoursNo Certificate NeededNursing Contact HoursProvider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider #8495 for 5 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. Number of Contact Hours*Please enter a number from 1 to 5.Nursing License Number*Overall Comments on the SymposiumOverall comments on the symposium*Speaker Review Are there speakers from the 2019 symposium that you suggest we definitely invite back? Any speakers you would recommend we do not invite back? Feedback on speakers is welcome in the space below.Speaker ReviewPlease share what you have learned and will change or maintain in your patient care as a result of this symposium.Changes in Practice*Educational ObjectivesRate how well you feel each educational objective was addressed. After attending the symposium, participants should be able to: Demonstrate understanding of cath lab hemodynamics and challenging coronary anatomy in the cath lab*ExcellentGoodFairPoorUnderstand and manage the challenges associated with building and maintaining a structural heart program*ExcellentGoodFairPoorDemonstrate understanding of the echocardiographic assessment of aortic and mitral valve disease, and discuss current percutaneous therapies and indications for treating the aortic and mitral valve*ExcellentGoodFairPoorDemonstrate knowledge of peripheral vascular anatomy and percutaneous therapy for treating critical limb ischemia*ExcellentGoodFairPoorDiscuss the role of team work and communication in dealing with the high-stress environment of the cath lab*ExcellentGoodFairPoorDid you hear anything in the accredited presentations that favored a specific product or company, not backed by clinical data?Commerical Bias*If youranswer is "yes", it is important that you note the lecture/speaker and product concerned in the space provided.NoYesCommentRate the Scientific SessionsBuilding a Structural Program: The Nuts and Bolts Nuts and Bolts of the Successful Structural Heart Program Jennifer Lutes, MSN, APN, NP-BC Establishing a Top Level Structural Echo Lab Kristin Billick, ACS, RDCS, FASE The Evolution of the Heart Team: Where Are We Today? Jennifer Lutes, MSN, APN, NP-BC Developing a LAA Program Jessica Funk, MSN, FNP-BCBuilding a Structural Program: The Nuts and Bolts*ExcellentGoodFairPoor*Did not attendCath Lab Fundamentals Left Heart Cath Hemodynamics and Valve Calculations Praveen Panguluri, MD Right Heart Hemodynamics in the Cath Lab: Fundamentals Rajeev Mohan, MD Teamwork in the Cath Lab: Role Play Skit Case Study: Dealing with Challenging Coronary Anatomy Paul S. Teirstein, MD, DNBPAS, FACC, FSCAICath Lab Fundamentals*ExcellentGoodFairPoor*Did not attendTAVR Pearls Update on Low-Risk Trials: Current Indications and Guidelines for TAVR Paul S. Teirstein, MD, DNBPAS, FACC, FSCAI Echo Tips and Tricks: Severe Low Flow Low Gradient Steven Romero, MD, FACC, FASE Anatomical Considerations and Watch Outs for Patient Selection Jennifer Lutes, MSN, APN, NP-BC Case Study: Demonstrate Anatomical Echo and Anatomical Assessment, Decision Pathway, TAVR Implant, and Outcomes Praveen Panguluri, MDTAVR Pearls*ExcellentGoodFairPoor*Did not attendCath Lab Fundamentals Part II History of the Stent Richard A. Schatz, MD, FACC Overview of PAD: Anatomy, Considerations with Treating CLI, and Case Examples Curtiss T. Stinis, MD, FACC, FSCAICath Lab Fundamentals Part II*ExcellentGoodFairPoor*Did not attendPercutaneous Mitral Valve Therapies Update on Mitral Valve Trials: COAPT Data, APOLLO, PASCAL Matthew J. Price, MD, FACC, FSCAI Jessica Funk, MSN, FNP-BC Current Indications and Guidelines for TMVR Matthew J. Price, MD, FACC, FSCAI Jessica Funk, MSN, FNP-BC Fundamental Knowledge: Mitral Valve Anatomy and Echo Hemodynamics Steven Romero, MD, FACC, FASE Case Study: Valve-in-MAC Curtiss T. Stinis, MD, FACC, FSCAIPercutaneous Mitral Valve Therapies*ExcellentGoodFairPoor*Did not attendDo you have general suggestions or topics we should cover next year?Suggestions for Next YearEmailThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.