Earn CME/CE credit while enhancing your knowledge of Clinical Lipidology. The National Lipid Association (NLA) developed the National Lipid Association Self-Assessment Program (NLA-SAP) to provide a critical assessment of your knowledge and to guide you in the selection of additional training courses as well as prepare you for certification in clinical lipidology. The NLA-SAP works to objectively validate and enhance your clinical knowledge of the core curriculum in clinical lipidology as well as challenge your problem-solving skills in the diagnosis and management of patients with dyslipidemia.
The NLA-SAP was developed by nationally recognized experts in the field of Lipidology. Get real-time feedback after each question along with bibliographic references. Each module provides between 18 – 35 CME/CE hours.
Module 1: The Science of Lipidology: Lipid Metabolism, Pathogenesis of Atherosclerosis and Genetic Disorders Module 2: Cardiovascular Disease Risk Stratification: Identification of Risk Factors and Management of Patients at Risk Module 3: Contemporary Management of Dyslipidemia: Therapeutic Lifestyle Change Module 4: Contemporary Management of Dyslipidemia: Pharmacologic Therapy Module 5: Consultative Issues in Clinical Lipidology
The NLA-SAP application is designed for participants in the National Lipid Association’s Self-Assessment Program. While the application itself is free, purchase of the NLA Self-Assessment Program, 2013 Edition is required for use.