Doctors Mesiha and Zainea, and Physician Assistant Ann Boeskool learn of new research during cardiology conference
Dr. Mesiha, Dr. Zainea and Physician Assistant Ann Boeskool attended the 30th annual Michigan Chapter of the American College of Cardiology Conference on October 26 and 27. The doctors were involved in lectures on topics such as Acute Heart Failure and Cardiogenic Shock, the Evolving Role of Cardiologists in Stroke Care, Defining ICD Therapy: Measuring Quality and Optimizing Patient Selection, and other pertinent topics.
ABOUT THE CONFERENCE: In the face of rapidly changing patterns of care, the cardiovascular team requires ongoing updates in the latest science and practice guidelines for delivery of high‐quality patient‐centered care. The overall goal of this activity is to bridge the latest science with decision strategies for team‐based patient care in the areas of hypertension, stroke, adult congenital heart disease, sudden cardiac death, heart failure, atrial fibrillation, and cardiogenic shock and to highlight the importance of provider wellness to quality patient care.
Our own Dr. Nancy Mesiha, MB, BCH, FACC, was the Program Committee Member Co‐Chair of this conference.