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Registration for ASE 2020: Virtual Experience is still available! Registration will close completely at 11:59 PM ET on October 27, 2020. This will give participants enough time to access all the content and claim CME credits before the content expires on the virtual platform. All session content is available on-demand until November 10, 2020.
Prominent ASE members, aka ASE Legends, have volunteered their time and expertise to host a variety of virtual events, ranging from educational lectures to social happy hours. Search through the available options and make your bid. You can bid individually or pool your funds with others (for example, echo lab staff can pool money and bid on a legend together). The auction will run through August 13. The winning bidders will be connected with the ASE Legend to schedule the virtual meeting. Please direct any questions to Mary Carmody at MCarmody@ASEcho.org. Happy Bidding!
ASE 2020 Virtual Experience
Register today to take part in this exciting new educational offering that features 44 hours of CME and 90 days of access! The format may be different, but the educational and scientific content is just as exciting as if we were all together in person.
The three-day live broadcast included many of the popular sessions from past conferences such as the ASE Presidential Address, State of ASE, the 31st Edler Lecture, Arthur E. Weyman Young Investigator’s Award Competition, 21st Annual Feigenbaum Lecture, Brian Haluska Sonographer Research Award Competition, Educator Summit, and the Value of Echo Summit. New sessions for the ASE 2020 Virtual Experience include Artificial Intelligence and What It Means to You, three Episodes of Care sessions covering coronary disease, mitral valve disease, and cardiomyopathy mechanical circulatory support transplant, and Echo and COVID-19.
There are sessions from the eleven original session tracks offered during the live broadcast. These tracks include: Circulation, Early Career, Imaging Essentials (including Sonography), Innovation/Technology, Ischemia, Myocardium/Function, Pediatric/Congenital, Perioperative, Point of Care, Special Sessions, and Valves.
We know that personal interaction with faculty is one of the most important parts of our in-person Scientific Sessions. The platform with all the sessions will be available through November 10, 2020. Any live Q&A that took place has been recorded and is included in the on-demand presentation.
Want to know more? Check out the ASE 2020: Virtual Experience FAQs.