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 10

B-SP08. The Importance of International Collaboration in Early Career Development and the Global Fight Against Arrhythmias

Session Description: Heart rhythm disease afflict populations all across the world. Foreign experience can be challenging, rewarding, frustrating, costly. Come learn from early and advanced career EPs sharing their perspective and providing information how to do it. If you think walking down the hallway to this session is too far, it's probably not for you! Prepare for an informal session that may be the one that changes your life trajectory.


Friday, May 11

B-SP20. Want to Have a Flourishing Early Career EP Practice? You Need to Know These Top 5's

Session Description: Cardiac Electrophysiology (EP) is rapidly growing 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 “Want to have a flourishing early career EP practice? You need to know these Top 5s” is to discuss up-to-date, clinically relevant and practical aspects to consider for building a very successful EP practice and early career.

B-SP23. 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 academia, government, and the private sector describe their navigation of non-traditional career pathways, focusing specifically on points at which they successfully pivoted between trajectories.


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

Exhibit Hall, Booth 510

The Fellows-in-Training Roundtable will be held Thursday, May 10, 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.

This non-CME activity is sponsored by ZOLL LifeVest

Key Opinion Leaders & Roundtable topics include:

Ablations, Devices or Lead Extractions: Which One is the Best EP Track for Me?
Andrea Natale, MD, FACC, FHRS, FESC

Balancing Work and Life
Rakesh Gopinathannair, MD, MA, FACC, FHRS, FAHA

Getting Published
Vivek Reddy, MD

How to Work with Professional Societies
Rahul N. Doshi, MD, FACC, FHRS

Job Hunting Strategies
Joshua Cooper, MD, FACC, FHRS

Private vs Academic
Rodney Tung, MD

Roger G. Carrillo, MD, FHRS, CCDS

Social Media
Luigi DiBiasi, MD, PhD, FACC, FHRS

What I Wish I Knew in Fellowship
John D. Day, MD, FACC, FHRS


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