To learn more and register please visit: echocardio.ca
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 email@example.com.
Want access to more learning, awards, and recognition opportunities and make a difference in our echo profession.
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):
- 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:
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.
Saturday, February 6, 2021. 08:00-16:00
- To review an approach to challenging echocardiograms
- To review newer technologies in valvular heart disease and the role of echocardiography
- To review imaging options in advanced heart failure
- To discuss the anatomical and physiological principles underlying echocardiography images
Registration and Program links available at: