April 14-17, 2016

Hilton Orlando
Bonnet Creek

14100 Bonnet Creek Resort Ln
Orlando, FL 32821

Accepted fellows will receive a satellite program selection form via e-mail.
Note: A Satellite Program assignment email will be sent closer to the Fellows Course.

THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 2016

Evening Programs

6:00 PM Check-in & Reception
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM Program

Room: Bonnet Creek V
Description: Since cardiac arrest is the ultimate state of shock, where seconds mean the difference between death and survival without permanent impairment; optimization of patient outcomes following cardiac arrest and cardiogenic shock demands a multidisciplinary team approach. This team includes cardiac surgeons, interventional cardiologists, and heart failure specialists. This session will discuss the team approach to the management, device selection and ultimate goal of treatment for this group of patients.


Room: Bonnet Creek IV
Description: PCI Optimization with the usage of OCT and FFR is a rapidly growing segment of today’s cath lab interventions. This case-based review session, presented by leading physician experts on OCT and FFR, will demonstrate the clinical utility of OCT and FFR in a variety of lesion subsets.

Friday, April 15, 2016

Breakfast Meeting

6:45 AM Check-in & Breakfast
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM Program

Room: Bonnet Creek IV
Description: The session will review the need for platelet inhibition in contemporary PCI by reviewing the biological targets for platelet inhibition, the current guidelines and clinical data. In addition, the faculty will discuss Risk:Benefit profiles of available antiplatelet therapies and their role in contemporary practice..


Lunch Programs

12:15 PM Check-in & Lunch
12:45 PM - 1:45 PM Program

Room: Bonnet Creek V
Description: This workshop will review the basics of coronary guide wire design, an overview of the guide wires on the market, and strategies for wire selection in different case situations. In addition to the presentation, there will be case reviews.


Room: Bonnet Creek VI
Description: A panel of renowned physicians will discuss the interventional practice for the 21st century including approaches to transcatheter aortic valves, interventional treatment of peripheral arterial disease and endovenous disease.


Room: Bonnet Creek IV
Description: The Spectranetics Fellows symposium goal is to provide impactful education on how to successfully treat complex peripheral and coronary artery disease. We will connect Fellows from all over the world to create a collaborative learning environment. Fellows will be able to interact with physicians and experts to share and gain knowledge.

Saturday, April 16, 2016

Breakfast Meeting

6:45 AM Check-in & Breakfast
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM Program

Room: Bonnet Creek IV
Description: · To learn current practices and new approaches in FFR and Imaging
· To understand the ‘role of hyperemia’ in physiological assessments
· To appreciate the clinical relevance and benefits of microcatheter-based FFR Technology
· To learn how RXi and HDi can simplify FFR and PCI


Lunch Programs

12:45 PM Check-in & Lunch
1:15 PM - 2:15 PM Program

Room: Bonnet Creek IV
Description: Please join us for a lunchtime interactive session where Drs. Manish Parikh, Ajay Kirtane, and Gary Mintz will share their expertise to "Master The Complex" through interactive presentations and case reviews.


Room: Bonnet Creek V
Description: As PCI procedures continue to grow in complexity, the occupational health risks of working in the cath lab continue to mount. In this session, you will hear from leading physicians who have implemented robotics programs to provide a new level of protection while leveraging robotic precision to aid in their ever growing number of complex procedures. You will also be able to hear from your peers on their experience with a fellowship program that incorporates the latest cath lab innovations including robotic-assisted PCI.


Room: Bonnet Creek VI
Description: The role of imaging has evolved as TAVR has advanced; imaging modalities like echocardiography and cardiac CT have become indispensable tools for safe procedure planning. Participants will hear from experts in both echo and cardiac CT, review challenging cases, understand the unique differences between the two modalities, and have an opportunity to participate in a case work-up.

Sunday, April 17, 2016

Breakfast Meeting

6:45 AM Check-in & Breakfast
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM Program

Room: Bonnet Creek IV
Description: This popular case-based session will focus on real clinical decision-making regarding antiplatelet pharmacotherapy for complex patients, led by several thought leaders in the field. Specific cases to be discussed in an open and interactive format will be patients with STEMI, NSTEACS, patients who bleed with newly placed stents, and pre-operative patients for whom PCI is indicated.


Coming Soon!

Industry has the opportunity to conduct educational programming. We are offering breakfast meetings, lunch programs and evening programs. By conducting a satellite program, companies have an opportunity to highlight important topics such as pharmacologic and device treatment modalities or diagnostic techniques.

Programming can be accredited for continuing medical education (CME accredited), or can be driven by your organization (non-CME accredited). CRF is approved to provide CME accreditation, although you are not required to use our organization. CME is also not requirement, but many companies do pursue accreditation because it signals balanced content. 

CRF is also available to manage the logistics and marketing for non-CME accredited programs. Please contact Tara Donegan at tdonegan@crf.org for pricing and more information.

BREAKFAST MEETINGS

Breakfast Meeting Application

Breakfast Meetings are one-hour interactive sessions with up to 100 physician attendees.

 DateCheck-in & BreakfastProgram
Friday, April 15, 2016 SOLD OUT 6:00 AM   6:15 AM - 7:15 AM
Saturday, April 16, 2016 SOLD OUT 6:00 AM   6:15 AM - 7:15 AM
Sunday, April 17, 2016 6:30 AM   6:45 AM - 7:45 AM 

The fee to conduct a Breakfast Meeting is $10,000 and includes:

  • Meeting space rental
  • Pre-Workshop registration managed by the Cardiovascular Research Foundation, including a weekly update of registration numbers
  • One person from the Cardiovascular Research Foundation to assist with on-site registration
  • A list of names and mailing addresses for those who attended the program, issued one week following the meeting
  • Promotion of the program in listings in the welcome packet for Fellows Course attendees

The following items are not included in the application fee: audiovisual, food and beverage, faculty honoraria, faculty travel, meeting signage, and housing.

LUNCH PROGRAMS

SOLD OUT

Lunch programs tend to be small interactive sessions with 50-75 physician attendees. 

 DateCheck-in & LunchProgram
Friday, April 15, 2016 12:15 PM 12:45 PM - 1:45 PM
Saturday, April 16, 2016 12:15 PM 12:45 PM - 1:45 PM

The fee to conduct a Lunch Program is $15,000 and includes:

  • Meeting space rental
  • Pre-Workshop registration managed by the Cardiovascular Research Foundation, including a weekly update of registration numbers
  • One person from the Cardiovascular Research Foundation to assist with on-site registration
  • A list of names and mailing addresses for those who attended the program, issued one week following the meeting
  • Promotion of the program in listings in the welcome packet for Fellows Course attendees

The following items are not included in the application fee: audiovisual, food and beverage, faculty honoraria, faculty travel, meeting signage, and housing.

EVENING PROGRAMS

Evening Program Application

Evening programs tend to be small interactive sessions with 50-75 physician attendees.

 DateCheck-in & ReceptionProgram
Thursday, April 14, 2016 6:00 PM   6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

The fee to conduct an Evening Program is $20,000 and includes:

  • Meeting space rental
  • Pre-Workshop registration managed by the Cardiovascular Research Foundation, including a weekly update of registration numbers
  • One person from the Cardiovascular Research Foundation to assist with on-site registration
  • A list of names and mailing addresses for those who attended the program, issued one week following the meetingPromotion of the program in listings in the welcome packet for Fellows Course attendees
  • Promotion of the program in listings in the welcome packet for Fellows Course attendees

The following items are not included in the application fee: audiovisual, food and beverage, faculty honoraria, faculty travel, meeting signage, and housing.

Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek
14100 Bonnet Creek Resort Ln
Orlando, FL 32821