At the 2014 Heart Rhythm Society meeting, Michael Katz tweeted a compelling couple of slides presented by Melissa Robinson at a session titled “Emerging EP: Transition to Practice.” Review the slides here, and share what you think. Click on “Robinson Leaving EP Checklist” to see the slides. Robinson Leaving EP Checklist
Master of All Trades (31 Mar 2014)Saurav Chatterjee, MD
Saurav Chatterjee reflects on the growing demands of fellows embarking on careers in private practice.
Stage Set for Phase IV Trials of PCSK9 Inhibition (30 Mar 2014)Seth Martin, MD
Seth Martin, a fellow blogging at ACC.14, discusses some exciting developments taking place at the conference.
Taking Patient-Centeredness to the Next Level at ACC.14 (30 Mar 2014)Kumar Dharmarajan, MD MBA
A fellow discusses an interesting lecture approach at ACC.14.
Are Digital Conferences the Way of the Future? (30 Mar 2014)Saurav Chatterjee, MD
A fellow reflects on how technology may impact meetings in the years to come.
Ideas Lost, But Not Stolen (30 Mar 2014)Seth Martin, MD
A fellow blogs about an unfortunate experience at ACC.14 – and how it it made him realize the value of his work.
Changing My Priorities for ACC.14 (28 Mar 2014)Kumar Dharmarajan, MD MBA
A fellow finds that, as his life and career changes, so does his choice of itinerary at ACC.
Fellows: Want to Blog for CardioExchange at ACC.14? (13 Feb 2014)Harlan M. Krumholz, MD, SM and John Ryan, MD
CardioExchange is looking for fellows to blog at ACC.14 in Washington, DC next month.
CardioExchange editor Andy Kates is looking for fellows who would like to regularly present cases for presentation on CardioExchange. Each month we will feature an interesting patient vignette, submitted by a fellow, for open discussion. Cases can represent diagnostic dilemmas, management challenges, or just good, bread-and-butter cardiology. The goal is to engender lively discussion in…
Hail Fellows, Well Met! (5 Dec 2013)Andrew M. Kates, MD
CardioExchange Fellowship Training moderator Andy Kates wants to know how Match Day went for you.