EP301: Advanced Mapping and Ablation for EP Fellows and Early Career EPs
Electrophysiology Fellows Courses 2016-2017
September 08 - 10, 2017
323 E. Upper Wacker Drive
This program is designed to prepare fellows for clinical practice. This intensive 2.5-day course provides an inside look at diagnostic and therapeutic procedures performed in the EP lab. During the program, we focus on the safe and effective practice of diagnosing and treating cardiac arrhythmias with the latest technology. Guided by key opinion leaders and faculty, participants explore descriptions, functionality and performance characteristics of EP technology through didactic instruction and thought-provoking interactions with faculty.
Audience: EP fellows in their final year of training in an ACGME-approved CCEP fellowship program and EP fellows who have completed an approved fellowship within one year
For more information, contact your St. Jude Medical representative or email fellows manager Charles Killelea and Bryan Coin