July 15, 2020 — The American Society of Nuclear Cardiology (ASNC) 2020 meeting is going virtual due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
In response to members' input and today's unprecedented circumstances related to the virus, ASNC's Annual Scientific Session Program Committee, led by Terrence Ruddy, M.D., MASNC, and Piotr Slomka, Ph.D., FASNC, transformed ASNC's traditional in-person gathering into a 12-month virtual experience that will deliver the high-quality education with the flexibility and convenience members need.
Education on today's most important topics will be made accessible for 12 months. The ASNC2020 virtual experience kicks off Sept. 9 and runs through Oct. 14, with more than 20 virtual, live sessions. The event then continues through September 2021 with on demand links. An all-access ASNC2020 pass gives the virtual attendee unlimited use of more than 40 sessions covering topics from COVID-19 to artificial intelligence, SPECT to PET, amyloidosis to microvascular dysfunction, and more.
Content will include keynotes to Cases with the Aces, live, interactive sessions to on-demand webinars, didactics to debates, tweetorials to expo events.
Virtual attendees can earn more than 25 hours of continuing education credit and MOC points by participating in the live/virtual sessions. Additional CME for physicians can also be obtained by viewing sessions on the Meeting on Demand.
Find more information at www.asnc.org/register.
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