The Ultimate Educational Two-fer: Nuclear Cardiology Today + Cardiac Amyloidosis Workshop

One weekend, two educational programs on hot topics, both developed specifically for nuclear cardiology teams and their referring colleagues, with an emphasis on practical, case-based learning. And a special two-fer tuition rate. Here's the deal: 
ASNC's popular Nuclear Cardiology Today is back with 2½ days of interactive education focused on the challenges that imaging teams tackle every day but guidelines don't address. Past attendees rave about this program's practical, case-based format, interactive delivery and head-on approach to tackling timely topics.
Now, ASNC has unveiled a brand-new Cardiac Amyloidosis Workshop that will prepare clinicians to diagnose and manage this underdiagnosed condition. The latest research suggests cardiac amyloidosis is far more prevalent than previously believed and that current imaging modalities such as Tc-99m PYP will be key to diagnosing the disease and treating it with emerging therapies. Are you prepared to deliver care and hope to patients who previously had few options? ASNC's cardiac amyloidosis program will get you ready.
Attend Cardiac Amyloidosis Workshop for FREE!
What's better than attending two programs customized to meet the needs of today's cardiovascular imaging teams?
Attend one of them for free! When you register for both Nuclear Cardiology Today and the Cardiac Amyloidosis Workshop, ASNC will waive the workshop registration fee. 
Both programs will be held at the beautiful Innisbrook Golf & Spa Resort in Palm Harbor, Fla. (just outside of Tampa), starting Friday, April 12, 2019. You'll kick off the day at 7:30 a.m. with the Cardiac Amyloidosis Workshop: Case-Based Approach to Diagnosis and Management of Cardiac Amyloidosis, featuring Program Director Prem Soman MD, PhD, MASNC.
At noon, you'll segue into Nuclear Cardiology Today 2019: Practical Approaches to Optimizing the Value of Contemporary Nuclear Cardiology, with Program Directors Dennis A. Calnon, MD, MASNC, and David G. Wolinksy, MD, MASNC.
Check out the agendas for both programs, and register now to take advantage of early-bird savings! 

THANK YOU: ASNC thanks Pfizer, Inc., for educational grant support of the Cardiac Amyloidosis Workshop.