• CSE Virtual Echo Journal Club

    Zoom linkhttps://us06web.zoom.us/j/84032959650


  • CSE CREATE Grant – Call for Application

    To learn more …


  • 12th Annual Symposium On Cardiovascular Imaging

    To learn more and register please click:

    https://mailchi.mp/8880353b8ee1/symposium-annuel-dimagerie-cardiovasculaire-de-lhgjmcgill-symposium-on-cardiovascular-imaging-20228145?e=a99e260e58


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

    To view the journal club recording, here it is …

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ECuYkZNEUvI


  • 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

    Watch the webinar video below …


  • 24th Annual CSE Echo Weekend (Digital Edition) – Registration is now open

    This year the accredited meeting will be held from 4th to 6th February 2022.

    Registration is now open!

    We would like to invite you all to attend our 24th Annual Canadian Society of Echocardiography (CSE) Weekend: Digital Edition to be held virtually on Friday, February 4, 2022, Saturday, February 5, 2022, and Sunday, February 6, 2022. As we continue to demonstrate our ongoing perseverance and resilience in the current COVID-19 environment, we are excited again to host our Annual CSE weekend in a VIRTUAL format in February 2022. Based on your valuable feedback, our 3-day program will focus on the most requested educational topics to be presented by our top-tier Canadian and international speakers including echocardiographers and sonographers.

    Below you will find the official 3-day program and the registration information. New this year is that if you are a CSE member, the meeting is FREE. Our CSE community is looking forward to seeing you all at the 24th Annual Canadian Society of Echocardiography Weekend: Digital Edition. See you all in February!

    We look forward to welcoming you to this premier Echo meeting in Canada!

    Learn more and reserve your spot at the meeting site here …

    Accreditation

    The preliminary program at-a-glance is now available …

    CSE members: 

    Physicians, sonographers, trainees, allied health: Complimentary

    Non-CSE members: 

    • Non-member physician $100 + HST
    • Non-member sonographer $50 + HST
    • Industry $150 + HST
    • International participants $150 + HST

    If you are NOT a CSE member yet, please click the following link to join CSE to enjoy the membership discount for this meeting …

    https://my.ccs.ca/ccs/ccsmembers

    Benefits of submission: 1) Opportunity to share your research with the Canadian echocardiography community 2) Chance to receive a $500.00 prize for the best abstract presentation of the session3) Abstracts selected for presentation will be granted free conference registration

    Detailed guidelines for submission …


  • 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

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    To watch the program, following the link below.

    https://utreon.com/v/f027rF5Zf2I