In 2012, the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) released a comparative effectiveness review of published studies to assess clinical and safety outcomes, and modifiers of effectiveness of treatment options for women with coronary artery disease. Findings focus on women who present with STEMI, NSTEMI/unstable angina, or chronic stable angina.
The AHRQ is now offering a free CME interactive video which visually presents the evidence from the systematic review findings. Scientific animations provide vivid anatomical reviews of CAD for the learner, and participant polling with feedback engages the learner at several levels. Learners are able to choose patient case studies to apply learning to practice, and are prompted to participate in case-based clinical decisionmaking as supported by the evidence derived from AHRQ’s comparative effectiveness review.
To access the free online program click HERE. The program will be available through September 14, 2014 and offers 1 hour of AMA PRA Category 1 Credit.