Fellows-In-Training Programming

The Fellows-in-Training Educational Program, designed by and for Fellows, provides an opportunity to customize their learning experience with five sessions tailored specifically for them. Fellows can further personalize their experience by selecting sessions tagged Fellows-in-Training, including case-based tutorials, Mini Board Review, and how-to sessions. Discover the latest advances in the heart rhythm field.


Thursday, May 11

C-SP31. How I Really Do It: Avoiding Common Complications in the EP Lab

Session Description: Complications of EP procedures can be damaging to patients, hospitals, and to a physician’s reputation. Thankfully many strategies have evolved to avoid these events. This session will illustrate to attendees how expert faculty performs aspects of interventional electrophysiology procedures in order to avoid common complications.

C-SP33. The Road Less Traveled: Non-Traditional Career Paths in EP

Session Description: This session will provide an opportunity for the audience to hear established professionals from academics and the private sector describe their navigation of non-traditional career pathways, focusing specifically on points at which they successfully pivoted between trajectories.


Friday, May 12

C-SP30. Geography as Opportunity: Thinking Globally to Transform Arrhythmia Care and Careers

Session Description: The global burden of cardiovascular disease is increasing. For the young electrophysiologist, international experiences can offer a great opportunity for growth and development beyond traditional EP training. In this unique session, experts from different parts of the world will discuss the importance of global experiences in shaping your EP career, EP training strategies across the globe, and provide information on available opportunities for international training as well as discuss the tips, tricks and practical suggestions to make your experience successful. Prepare for an interactive session involving a combination of talks and panel discussions that will hopefully pave the way for your international experience and collaboration.

C-SP32. Successfully Navigating the first 5 years of your EP career: The Top 5's

Session Description: Cardiac Electrophysiology (EP) is rapidly evolving with major advances in research, innovation, and technology driving the change. The first five years after EP fellowship is a critical time for academicians, practitioners, and researchers to hone their skills, establish themselves, and lay the foundation for their future. In addition, the practice of healthcare is undergoing significant change, presenting a new set of challenges and opportunities to the EP physician. The goal of this session, titled “Successfully Navigating the first 5 years of your EP career: The Top 5s” is to discuss up-to-date, clinically relevant and practical aspects impacting your EP practice and career.


Fellows-in-Training Roundtable (Non-CME Activity)

Exhibit Hall, Booth 211

The Fellows-in-Training Roundtable will be held Thursday, May 11, 3:15 – 4:15 p.m. and offers a perfect opportunity for Fellows to engage with peers and key opinion leaders on topics such as career development and practice management. Take advantage of these 10-15 minute conversational sessions with food and beverage provided.

Working with Professional Societies and Industry
John D. Day, MD, FHRS

Being an Innovator in the Era of Guidelines, AUC and CMS
Andrea M. Russo, MD, FHRS

Ablations, Devices or Lead Extractions, Which one is the
Best EP Track for Me?
Roger G. Carrillo, MD, FHRS, CCDS

Private vs. Academic
Rahul N. Doshi, MD, FHRS

Rachel Lampert, MD, FHRS

Getting Published
Andrea Natale, MD, FHRS

Social Media
Kevin R. Campbell, MD

What I Wish I Knew in Fellowship
Srinivas Dukkipati, MD, FHRS

Job Hunting Strategies
Rakesh Gopinathannair, MD, MA, FHRS


This non-CME activity is sponsored by ZOLL.


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