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Women and Heart Disease Conference

Knoxville Streaming Broadcast at UT Heart Hospital
June 11, 2011

Welcome to the Web Page for those of you who are attending the Women and Heart Disease Conference on June 11, a Saturday, at the UT Heart Hospital in Knoxville.

The Remote Broadcast to Knoxville:  The remote broadcast to Knoxville will be streamed to the Conference Center at UT Heart Hospital. (Directions are below).  They have a very comfortable 52 seat conference room right inside the front door.  The room is extremely conducive to learning, with 4 screens, comfortable chairs, and a quiet atmosphere.  Each screen will show a split image, one side shows the speaker as she speaks, the other side shows the PowerPoint that is being projected on the screen.  The sound is deployed overhead.   We will provide an opportunity for you to ask questions of the speaker, although we will not have two way cameras at both sites.  

Registration:  If you have not yet registered for attendance at the Knoxville broadcast, Click Here.

Schedule:  Remember, the Nashville Conference is scheduled for Central Daylight Time, and you will be attending on Eastern Daylight Time.  We suggest you download a copy of the Agenda from this link, as it has the Eastern Daylight Time highlighted.   Click Here.

Driving Directions:  Here is a copy of Directions to the UT Heart Hospital from I-40.   Click Here. 

Hospital Site Map:  Here is a copy of a map of the UT site, with parking marked, and the entrance highlighted.  The Heart Hospital Conference Room is immediately inside the front door on your left.  Click Here

Food and Beverages:  Breakfast, Lunch and Snacks will be catered at the conference.  Just a ways further into the Lobby of the Heart Hospital is a Starbucks cart – for those of you who need your daily fix.

Syllabus and other materials:  Your syllabus and other materials will be provided at the door. 

Staffing:  The Knoxville site will be staffed with representatives of the Office of CME at Quillen College of Medicine, ETSU. 

The Broadcast:  We have tested the broadcast at the Knoxville site, and it will be received and can be easily seen and heard.  We think you will find the conference room extremely comfortable and conducive to learning. 

Questions:  For questions, Click Here

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