Announcing ASNC2017 Tracks: 13 Reasons (Among Many!) to Attend ASNC2017

The ASNC2017 Program Committee, led by Donna Polk, MD, FASNC, and Sharmila Dorbala, MD, FASNC, will feature dozens of educational and networking opportunities for the nuclear cardiology community. Among them:  13 tracks developed to ensure that every attendee will enjoy a meeting tailored to his or her needs and interests. 
Mark your calendar for Sept. 14-17, in Kansas City (certainly one of America's most terrific cities – here's why).

Start mixing and matching from the following 10 tracks to customize your own educational experience:
  1. Plenary:  Don't miss keynote presentations from leaders in emerging research, new technology and treatment advances.
  2. Abstracts/Research:  Enjoy a variety of featured clinical research, e-poster presentations as well as oral abstracts, including highlights from young investigators.
  3. Advanced: Participate in practical, interactive sessions on nuclear cardiology advances and potential clinical applications
  4. Cases with the Aces: Interactive Reading: Join senior faculty in these unique, small-group sessions designed to help you improve your scan-reading skills.
  5. Core: Improve your skills with these didactic presentations on topics essential to the effective diagnosis and treatment of heart disease patients using imaging modalities.
  6. International:  Choose from a range of opportunities to learn about multimodality imaging from the international community and how views may differ from the U.S.-based approach.
  7. Lifelong Learning:  In these study sessions, you'll leverage the ASNC audience-response system and discussion format to weigh in with facilitators and fellow participants on most appropriate answers to ABIM-approved questions.
  8. Multimodality Imaging:  Dive into important applications for nuclear cardiology along and other imaging modalities to help you deliver optimal care to your patients.
  9. Nuclear Cardiology Bootcamp: ASNC and MedAxiom team up to give practice administrators, technologists and nurses a unique opportunity to review operations, quality guidelines and economics of running a nuclear cardiology lab.
  10. PET: A broad-based review of the clinical value of pharmacologic PET, radiation exposure, cost-effectiveness modeling and more PET-based education, all critical for the growth of any imaging specialist.
  11. Policy and Practice: Programming that takes you to the heart of the challenges of running a practice today and prepares you for the cardiology practice of tomorrow.
  12. Read with the Experts: Walk through cases along with the field's best practitioners.
  13. Technology and Techniques: Designed for nuclear cardiologists, these team-oriented, instructive sessions will feature the practical information needed to provide quality imaging services.