Upcoming Conferences

Surgical Oncology in the AYA Population
Surgical Oncology in the AYA Population

Friday Oct 14, 2022

This course is designed for the learner to stay updated on current trends, practice guidelines and consensus of experts in the surgical treatment of oncology patients.

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Living Donor Transplant Symposium
Living Donor Transplant Symposium

Friday Oct 28, 2022

This event is for transplant coordinators, nurses, dialysis center care teams, social workers, clergy, physicians, ethicists and anyone with an interest in living donor transplantation. Living uterus donation is utilized for women with absolute uterine factor infertility who undergo transplant to have a baby. Nurses, clinicians, clergy, and social workers play a pivotal role in communicating the option of living organ donation to patients, families, friends, and other potential living donors. This symposium will enhance knowledge of the clinical, financial, psychosocial, advocacy, ethical, and regulatory issues related to living donation.

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Dallas PCI: Imaging and Physiology 2022
Dallas PCI: Imaging and Physiology 2022

Friday Nov 11, 2022 -

A comprehensive exploration of coronary physiology and imaging in the everyday practice of a physician or medical practice. Dive into the world of coronary physiology and imaging from basics to complex vignettes.

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Lung Cancer Symposium
Lung Cancer Symposium

Thursday Nov 17, 2022

November is Lung Cancer awareness month, and this year’s symposium will highlight Fighting Lung Cancer. It is a multi-disciplinary presentation covering state of the art diagnosis, staging & treatment of lung cancer. Services offered on the BaylorScott&White Plano campus and Sammons Cancer Center will be detailed. Test drive of the da Vinci robot will be available before and after the presentations.

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Advanced Heart Failure
Advanced Heart Failure Symposium 2022

Saturday Feb 4, 2023

This program is designed to increase the participant’s knowledge of current advances in the diagnosis and management of heart failure.

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6th Annual ERAS Symposium: Work in Progress or Standard Care?
6th Annual ERAS Symposium: Work in Progress or Standard Care?

Friday Feb 10, 2023

Successful implementation of an Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) program requires a multidisciplinary team effort and active participation of the patient in the recovery program. The ERAS program is an opportunity to collaborate with leading experts in the field with a goal to hasten functional recovery and improve postoperative outcomes.

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Upcoming Webinars

September 1
TBD
Dr Alam
October 6
New Treatments in HF
Dr Bindra
November 3
TBD
Dr Robert Gottlieb
December 1
TBD
Dr Hsi
January 5
TBD
Dr AlSaffar

Regularly Scheduled Series

High Risk RSS
High Risk Surgical Conference
& WebEx

Tuesdays 7:00 am - 8:00 am

These meetings provide individuals working in the Baylor Heart Hospital Surgical Department a place to discuss the various options used to possibly treat patients.

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ECHO RSS
Weekly ECHO Conference

Wednesdays 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

This conference provides echo-related didactic lectures and comprehensive case presentations to incorporate recent research data, controversies in care, and practical application.

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Cath RSS
Cath Conference & WebEx

Wednesdays 7:00 am - 8:00 am

This conference provides individuals working in the Baylor Heart Hospital Cath departments a place to discuss various methods used to possibly treat patients.

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Learn. Teach. Improve.

We provide the environment and opportunities for medical professionals to discuss and teach advanced techniques, improve clinical knowledge, and enhance the ability to provide excellent patient care, which ultimately improves patient health outcomes.


Foundation for Advanced Cardiovascular Education & Training.






Learn. Teach. Improve.

We provide the environment and opportunities for medical professionals to discuss and teach advanced techniques, improve clinical knowledge, and enhance the ability to provide excellent patient care, which ultimately improves patient health outcomes.


Foundation for Advanced Cardiovascular Education & Training.




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