• OBESITY
  • DIABETES
  • DYSLIPIDEMIA
  • HYPERTENSION
REGISTER

3 DAYS

of Practical Education on Core Cardiometabolic Care

About the Summit

Welcome to The Cardiometabolic Risk Summit, the CME conference devoted to the diagnosis, management, and prevention of cardiometabolic disease, including hypertension, diabetes, dyslipidemia, obesity, and more.

 

Participate in a 3-day scientific program presenting the latest clinical strategies to treat your at-risk patients.

 

CRS is an official meeting of Consultant360, the direct-to-practitioner online resource providing timely and relevant clinical information to improve patient care.

Who Should Attend CRS 2018?

Clinicians who are serious about improving outcomes in at-risk patient populations.

  • FAMILY MEDICINE PHYSICIANS
  • INTERNISTS
  • NURSE PRACTITIONERS
  • PHYSICIAN ASSISTANTS
  • REGISTERED NURSES
  • PHARMACISTS
  • CARDIOLOGISTS
  • ENDOCRINOLOGISTS
  • NEPHROLOGISTS
  • PEDIATRICIANS
  • CERTIFIED DIABETES EDUCATORS
  • DIETITIANS

 

Practical Scientific Program

Join us in warm, sunny San Antonio, Texas this September to earn CME/CNE/CPE credits and learn practical approaches that you can use in your daily practice on Monday. Register now, seating is limited and the Summit will sell out.

10+

DIABETES SESSIONS

6+

HYPERTENSION SESSIONS

9+

CVD/LIPID SESSIONS

5+

OBESITY SESSIONS

INFORMATION

Prevent and treat epidemic conditions affecting 33% of the population.

SOLUTIONS

Strategies shared by distinguished faculty and backed by evidence and scientific data.

PRACTITIONERS

More than 800 clinicians and providers gather with us each year.

CREDITS

Earn up to 20 CME/CNE/CPE credits over three days with your peers.

AGENDA

Steering Committee

  • Daniel Einhorn

    MD, FACP, FACE

    Clinical Professor of Medicine

    University of California, San Diego

    Medical Director, Scripps Whittier

    Diabetes Institute

    Associate Editor, Journal of Diabetes

    President, Diabetes and

    Endocrine Associates

    La Jolla, California

  • TIMOTHY S. HARLAN

    MD

    Tulane University School of Medicine

    Assistant Dean for Clinical Services

    Executive Director, Goldring Center for Culinary Medicine

    Associate Professor of Medicine

    New Orleans, Louisiana

  • Margo B. Minissian

    PhDc, ACNP, CLS, AACC, FAHA

    Nurse Scientist

    Cardiology Nurse Practitioner

    Clinical Lipid Specialist

    Cedars-Sinai Heart Institute

    Women’s Heart Center

    Los Angeles, California

  • Edward Shahady

    MD, FAAFP, ABCL

    Editorial Board Member, Consultant

    President and Medical Director,

    Diabetes Master Clinician Program Inc.

    Fernandina Beach, Florida

  • Peter Jones

    MD, FACP, FNLA

    Director, Weight Management Center

    Houston Methodist Hospital

    Associate Professor of Medicine

    Center for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention

    Houston Methodist DeBakey Heart and Vascular Center

    Baylor College of Medicine

    Houston, Texas

I’m happy to say that I attended both the fall and spring conferences last year. I teach nurse practitioner students who will care for a variety of populations. I need to be able to impart the most current research and practice guidelines to my students. CRS delivers that.
Sharlene H. Smith, DNP, ARNP, CPNP

Assistant Professor

College of Nursing

University of South Florida

I think this was an amazing opportunity to take abstract principles that we deal with all the time and translate them into practicalities that we can talk about to our patients.
Gayle Riley, MD

Presbyterian Medical Group

Rio Rancho, New Mexico

I was impressed that your team presented a flawless CME program. I talked to several attendees and they all liked the program and thought it was outstanding. The leaders are unique, progressive, impressive, and had novel ideas.
Prem Menon, MD

Asthma, Allergy and Immunology Center

Baton Rouge, LA

This conference, without a doubt, was one of the premier clinical conferences that I have ever attended. I have altered my clinical practice in several ways, especially in the area of hypertension.
Faith A. Zimmerman, NP

Harmony Foundation

Estes Park, CO

Everything at the summit was relatable to clinical practice. I felt like there was no wasted time.
Lynn J. Fisher, CNM, NP

Training Specialist

New York University

New York, NY

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