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EP 101 2020: A Virtual Program for Incoming EP Fellows
Description

Training in electrophysiology is overwhelming and it can be challenging to know where to begin and how to organize an approach to the field.  Through an in-kind educational grant from Boston Scientific, HRS has made available an introductory course for EP.  This course is helpful to general cardiology fellows, electrophysiology fellows and allied professional staff starting a career in electrophysiology.  The course is designed to help progress the participant through the basics of electrophysiology and then to develop more complex topics. Completing this course will provide an excellent practical foundation for understanding clinical electrophysiology.


Course Director

Mark Estes, III, MD
UPMC Heart and Vascular Insititute 
Presbyterian Hospital
Pittsburgh, PA

Co- Director
Joshua M. Cooper, MD
Temple University Hospital
Philadelphia, PA
Speakers
COURSE DIRECTOR 
N.A. Mark Estes, III, MD 
UPMC Heart and Vascular Institute Presbyterian Hospital 
Pittsburgh, PA 

CO-DIRECTOR 
Joshua M. Cooper, MD 
Temple University Hospital
Philadelphia, PA 


FACULTY 
Samuel Asirvatham, MD
Mayo Clinic 

Rochester, MN 

Warren “Sonny” Jackman, MD
University of Oklahoma
Oklahoma City, OK  

Bradley Knight, MD
Northwestern University
Chicago, IL 

Gregory Michaud, MD 
Vanderbilt University 
Nashville, TN 

Suneet Mittal, MD 
Valley Heart and Vascular Institute
Paramus, NJ 

Wendy Tzou, MD 
University of Colorado 
Aurora, CO 
Summary
Availability: On-Demand
Cost: FREE
Credit Offered: No Credit Offered
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