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Training Programs

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medical boards

Hospitals

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the same page

Our Impact is Revolutionizing Patient Care

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Increase in Knowledge

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of Our Physician Learners

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Learners

More than 11,000 physicians use our platform to maximize knowledge and earn CME and MOC points online

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of Our Physician Learners

Plan to share the information they've learned from K2P with peers

Knowledge to Practice is driven by mission not industry sponsorship. For me that is very important. When the mission matches the content and the format, it truly becomes transformative.”

Biykem Bozkurt, MD, PhD

FACULTY

Learn from the Best

Our online postgraduate medical education courses feature advice and tips from the best medical school faculty from around the world.

John Erwin, MD

John Erwin III, MD, FACC, FAHA

Section Editor: General Cardiology

Dr. Erwin serves as both Director and Chair of the Dept. of Medicine at Texas A&M CME and Baylor Scott & White Health.
Dr. Nandan Anavekar

Nandan Anavekar, MB, BCh, BAO, FACC

Section Editor: Imaging

Dr. Anavekar is a Clinical Cardiologist and Cardiac Radiologist at the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine.
Dr. Philip Green

Philip Green, MD, FACC

Section Editor: Interventional/Structural

Dr. Green is an Interventional Cardiologist at the Columbia University Medical Center.
Vavalle-John

John Vavalle, MD, MHS, FACC

Section Editor: Interventional/Structural

Dr. Vavalle is an Interventional Cardiologist, the Director of Structural Heart Disease Progam, and APD of the ICFellowship Program at UNC.

Partners We're Empowering

New Hanonver Medical Center
Illinois Masonic Medical Center
Main Line Health
Lehigh Valley Health Network
UCONN Health
Redmond Regional Medical Center
ECU
Arnot Health
St. Lukes Health Network
Keck Medical Cetner of USC
University of Colorado Health
Greenwhich Hospital
Parkview Medical Center

A truly magnificent course with excellent faculty. Brilliantly presented—better than any other medical course I have ever experienced.

Best online learning portal that I have ever seen. You have done well.

The course organization is outstanding. I have been in multiple courses and I haven't seen anything like it.

FEATURED ARTICLES

What our Experts are Saying

Screening Current and Former Smokers for Lung Cancer

By Suzanne Hughes, MSN, RN | February 24, 2020

Data from the CDC indicate that 15.1% of U.S. adults (16.7% of men and 13.6% of women) smoke, down from 20.9% a decade ago. Despite this encouraging trend, there remains a population of current and former smokers with an increased risk of lung cancer. In addition to asking about tobacco usage, encouraging current smokers to quit, and…

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Challenges in Cardiovascular Risk Modification: Blood Pressure

By Suzanne Hughes, MSN, RN | February 18, 2020

Partnering with patients to assess their risk for cardiovascular disease can be a challenge. Developing a plan of care to manage hypertension is individualized; incorporating patient buy-in sets the stage for optimal adherence with the therapeutic plan, which often includes recommendations for lifestyle changes (physical activity, heart healthy diet, maintenance of ideal weight) along with…

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The History of ‘Go Red for Women Day’

By Suzanne Hughes, MSN, RN | February 6, 2020

Did you know that the Heart Truth Campaign was launched by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) almost 20 years ago now, in 2002? The first Go Red for Women Day, observed on the first Friday in February, was celebrated in 2004. These awareness-raising campaigns are directed toward not only the lay-public,…

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