This is why we hold conferences — to share in the value of research and to promote enthusiasm to continue with new endeavors.
Looking back at the knowledge gained and friendships kindled at HRS 2013, this Fellow looks forward to HRS 2014.
Blogging at HRS 2013: From The FIT Lounge, Insights From Douglas Zipes About Publishing (13 May 2013)Sandeep K Goyal, MD
I finally managed to walk to the Fellows in Training lounge, hoping to connect with some co-fellows. I did find lot of fellows, but to my surprise Dr. Zipes was there and ready to answer burning questions about getting published.
Blogging at HRS 2013: Great Takeaways on Day 2 (10 May 2013)Luis Garcia, MD
HRS yields useful insights, both personal and professional.
An emotion-raising debate, a late-breaker session, and technological innovations focus this fellow, despite Denver’s many attractions.
A fellow experiences one exceptional presentation after another at the first day of HRS 2013.
From the ISHLT meeting in Montreal, Bill Cornwell shares highlights of the plenary address from Jack G. Copeland, M.D., this year’s recipient of the Pioneer in Transplantation award.
Journals, Journals, Everywhere (11 Apr 2013)Tariq Ahmad, MD, MPH
Does creating more subspecialty journals contribute to the creation of too much information, about small aspects of the field, such that specialists move closer to “knowing everything about nothing”?
Too Long, Too Short, or Just Right? (12 Mar 2013)Tariq Ahmad, MD, MPH
What would be a better format for ACC?
A Bittersweet Goodbye to Blogging from ACC.13 (12 Mar 2013)Payal Kohli, M.D.
Several Cardiology Fellows who are attending ACC.13 in San Francisco this week are blogging for CardioExchange. The Fellows include Tariq Ahmad, Megan Coylewright, Jeremiah Depta, Kumar Dharmarajan, Payal Kohli, and Sandeep Mangalmurti. View the previous post here and the next one here. Today brings a bittersweet end to ACC.13…. Sadness at seeing it all end and saying goodbye to friends and mentors. Fatigue from…