Learning Pathways

ACC.24 features eleven learning pathways, each focusing on a different clinical specialty of cardiovascular disease. Choose to focus on one clinical area or attend sessions from an array of pathways.

Learn more about the sessions happening in each learning pathway.

Electrophysiology

Get equipped with practical information on the latest advancements, research findings, and innovations to improve your understanding of arrhythmia management. Learn more >>>

Heart Failure (HF) and Cardiomyopathies Learning Pathway

Experts in the field will guide you through the most recent pharmacologic and device therapy breakthroughs in interactive and educational formats, providing you with an enhanced understanding of the multidisciplinary care required for patients with HF. Learn more >>>

Interventional and Structural Learning Pathway

Cover the breadth of topics in the field of interventional cardiology to apply to your patient population. This year, there will be a particular focus on the areas where there are still gaps in knowledge. Learn more >>>

Ischemic Heart Disease (IHD) Learning Pathway

Get an overview of the most up-to-date knowledge in cardiovascular science addressing your clinical and educational needs. This pathway will dive deep into hot topics, including care for IHD in an aging population, current trends in IHD, and special considerations for care in unique populations. Learn more >>>

Multimodality Imaging Learning Pathway

The Imaging Pathway sessions will cover the latest advances in cardiac imaging in a patient-centric manner. Cardiac imagers and experts in structural heart disease, cardiomyopathies and heart failure, congenital heart disease, cardio-oncology, and sports cardiology will discuss clinical challenges, topics that are relevant in daily cardiology practice, and where implementation of imaging is a critical part of contemporary clinical cardiology. Learn more >>>

Pediatric and Congenital Heart Disease (CHD) Learning Pathway

Learn from the strongest minds on new and fresh topics in the field of pediatric and CHD. This year, the learning pathway includes a special focus on pregnancy and the ongoing work to improve diversity in the workforce. Learn more >>>

Prevention and Health Promotion Learning Pathway

Get the core knowledge you need for this ever-expanding field, including biomarkers in risk prediction and emerging medical therapies for cardiometabolic disease and obesity. Through heated debates, thought-provoking case discussions, and the patient experience, experts will dive deep into several multidisciplinary topics, including the care of cardio-obstetrics patients and mitigating cardiometabolic risk in South Asians. Learn more >>>

Pulmonary Vascular Disease Learning Pathway

Get a broad overview of the growing field of pulmonary vascular disease and right heart failure with a dive deep into the complex management of chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension (CTEPH), right ventricular failure, advances in pharmacologic pulmonary hypertension (PH) therapy, and more. Learn more >>>

Special Topics

Check out the engaging and informative sessions to get brought up to speed on the latest practice-changing updates, debate and discuss the state of the cardiology profession, and more. Learn more >>>

Valvular Heart Disease Learning Pathway

The VHD pathway will highlight the fundamentals of the field, the topics in which clinical science is rapidly evolving, and the areas in which interdisciplinary collaboration is key to successful management. Learn more >>>

Vascular Medicine Learning Pathway

Get an overview of core knowledge in vascular medicine, as well as the latest clinical trial data. Join in as experts review and debate emerging therapies in vascular disease, including renal denervation, transfemoral versus transcarotid artery revascularization for carotid artery stenting, and more. Learn more >>>

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