The purpose of the American Journal of Cardiology and American Journal of Medicine's Cardiovascular Disease and Women's Health Resource Center is to provide continuing educational activities, research articles and resources for healthcare providers who treat women patients with cardiovascular disease (CVD). Here you will find educational programs featuring leading experts in the field that provide education including the most accurate, up-to-date information for the treatment of women patients with CVD.
The Resource Center includes free, open access to a number of important peer-reviewed clinical articles. These articles are offered with open access as a critical resource to healthcare professionals. The Resource Center also highlights the updated 2011 10Q Report by the Society for Women's Health Research and WomenHeart: The National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease. This report highlights ten unanswered research questions about prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of heart disease in women. This Resource Center is dedicated to promoting the efforts of the 10Q in answering these and other questions related to women and heart disease.
We know you will find this resource center helpful in your clinical practice. As we move forward, we will be updating and adding to the Resource Center, so please check back often for the latest complimentary CME offerings from leading experts. We hope that you will make the Cardiovascular Disease and Women's Health Resource Center co-published by the American Journal of Cardiology and American Journal of Medicine your destination for education regarding cardiovascular disease in women.
This resource center is sponsored by the Elsevier Office of Continuing Medical Education and supported by an educational grant from Gilead.