• CSE Webinar – Importance of prosthetic valve hemodynamics in the low risk AS population following TAVR or SAVR

    Tuesday, November 30th from 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM EDT

    Please hold the date and time. More information and registration info will come via email to the CSE members.

  • 24th Annual CSE Echo Weekend (Digital Edition) – Save the Date

    This year the meeting will be held from 5 to 6 February 2022.

    Save the date and join us from home for the Annual CSE Echo Weekend 2022 (digital edition). Our Planning Committee is committed to building on the success of last year’s meeting by bringing together faculty and delegates for an enhanced digital experience featuring the latest topics and advances in the echocardiography field.

    We look forward to welcoming you at the premier Echo meeting in Canada! Stay tuned for more details. 

  • CSE Virtual Echo Journal Club in Collaboration with the JASE PODCAST


    Date: September 23, 2021
    Time: 12:00-13:00 (EST) LIVE


    Normal Values of Cardiac Output and Stroke Volume 
    According to Measurement Technique, Age, Sex, and Ethnicity: 
    Results of the World Alliance of Societies of Echocardiography Study
    Presenters: Drs. Sarah Blissett & Sabe De, Western University

    Introduced by: Dr. Michael Picard, JASE Editor-in-Chief
    Expert Panelists: Drs. Annabel Chen-Tournoux, Hanane Benbarkat

    All cardiovascular imagers, trainees, and sonographers are welcome!
    Eligible for Royal College MOC credits 
    No registration required; Zoom link: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/86091429145

    CSE is an Affiliate Society of the 

  • NBE Critical Care Echo Exam (CCEeXAM)

  • Announcing the CREATE Grant

    Dear CSE members, 

    On behalf of the CSE Board of Directors, I am pleased to announce the launch of the inaugural Canadian Cardiovascular Ultrasound Research Excellence Award for Technology & Education – The CREATE Grant.

    This opportunity is open to all members of the CSE. 

    One award of $50,000.00 will be granted annually based on the adjudication and recommendations of a review committee and contingent on annual budget availability. 

    Geographic diversity (representation from Eastern, Central, and Western Canada) is encouraged. Specifically, prospective or retrospective studies are encouraged to involve at least 3 centres. Cardiovascular ultrasound should represent a major component of the proposal. Please click here to review the guidelines for submission. 

    The deadline for submission for the 2021 CSE CREATE Grant competition is October 1st, 2021 with decisions expected by December 2021. Funding will commence January 1st, 2022

    The CSE is proud to support our members and lead this important research initiative that will fund collaborative national level projects.

    For the current cycle, please send applications forms and any questions directly to Dr. Jassal via email at djassal@sbgh.mb.ca.

  • CSE Canada-Wide Virtual Echo Journal Club


    To watch the program, following the link below.


  • Thank you for attending the 23rd Annual Canadian Echo Weekend – 2021 Digital edition

    We had record attendance this year with over 1100 delegates!  Our meeting is growing every year.  Thank you for your continued support!

    We hope that you enjoyed the educational experience and that you have gained new knowledge and skills to implement in your practice.


    • As a registered delegate, you have on-demand access to the meeting recordings for 12 months (until April 15th, 2022).  Please use the same individualized meeting link to access the recordings.
    • Please remember to complete the meeting evaluation by no later than May 19th to obtain your certificate of attendance.  Your certificate will be sent to you via email within 30 days upon you completing it.  If you have not received the link to the meeting survey, please email info@csecho.ca.


    Want access to more learning, awards, and recognition opportunities and make a difference in our echo profession.  

    Join CSE today!

  • CSE 2021 Virtual Annual Echo Weekend: 17 to 18 April 2021 – Registration is now open

    CSE Virtual Meeting

    CSE is excited to bring you the Annual Echo Weekend virtually again in 2021 and we are confident that this accredited online meeting will meet your learning needs and we look forward to welcoming you online. We had an overwhelming response to our 2020 program and we had a sold-out event with over 1000 participants. This year we will also have an exciting new interactive virtual platform to enhance interactions among participants. Registration is now open.

    To see the Program at a Glance, please click …

    Registration Fee for CSE 2021 meeting (HST will be added on top):

    CSE Members:

    • Physicians – $100, Sonographers – $25, Trainees – complementary

    Non-CSE Members (Participants are encouraged to become CSE members at My.CCS.ca):

    • Physicians – $250, Sonographers – $75, Trainees – complementary, Industry – $250, International Participants – $150

    To access the CSE 2021 Annual Echo Weekend website and register, please click:


  • Updated Call for Abstracts – Original Research Work

    Updated 2021 CSE Virtual Meeting – Call for Abstracts

    For more information on guidelines of submission please click the following to download:

  • Congratulations to 2020 CSE Annual Achievement Award Recipient – Dr. Cam Joyner

    Congratulations again to Dr. Cam Joyner, the 2020 recipient of the CSE Annual Achievement Award. Dr.  Joyner is the former Director of the Echocardiography Lab at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Center, University of Toronto.  He is recognized as a superb clinician and echocardiographer, an outstanding teacher (received a U of T Cardiology Teaching Award in 2020), and a wonderful, compassionate physician. He has trained many cardiology residents and fellows over many decades. He is also a regular and loyal attendee of the Annual CSE Echo Weekend.