E-Learning Modules

Education products will be available again for purchase starting April 3.

E-learning modules offer relevant, convenient educational materials for cardiothoracic surgeons and their teams—anytime, anywhere. In addition to providing education on key topics related to CT surgery, they may offer continuing medical education (CME) credits which can help meet state licensure requirements. 

Pricing and CME details are listed for each title below.

Clinical Care: Shared Decision-Making

Ever experience challenges when working with patients to make decisions about the best treatment options? This module reviews scenarios that help cardiothoracic surgeons overcome misperceptions about and understand the importance of involving patients when making decisions about treatment options. Buyers will learn about different techniques and how to guide the patient through the process.

Pricing: STS Member $75 | Non-Member $100
CME credit: 0.5

How Physician Work is Valued: A Coding Primer for Cardiothoracic Surgeons

This 15-minute STS e-learning module presents an introduction to reimbursement and compensation models in cardiothoracic surgery. While primarily intended for trainees and early career attendings, the content is relevant to all CT surgeons.

Pricing: STS Member $25 | Non-Member $35  
CME credit: n/a

Clinical Trials Curriculum: Getting Started with Study Design

This module will cover four study design methodologies which allow for numerous types of studies that answer varying types of questions. It is important for cardiothoracic surgeons to be aware of these trial designs as they seek to improve the health of their patients. This module is supported by AstraZeneca.  

Pricing: $0
CME credit: n/a

The Society of Thoracic Surgeons is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

STS designates these activities for varying amounts of AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in each activity.