Electrophysiology/Cardiac Rhythm Management Academic Development Fellows Programs
Explore our course offerings for the current academic year. Then register by contacting your local St. Jude Medical representative or one of our experts on the Academic Development team. Some programs may be full and have waiting lists. Many courses are offered annually.
Click the course or webinar title for more details about the event. You can also request more information about any of these courses using our online form.
Advanced ECG Interpretation
For cardiology and electrophysiology fellows interested in enhancing their EKG interpretation skills.
This program will provide in-depth education to allow for deeper understanding of ECGs. Case studies and didactic training will be provided for better identification of arrhythmias. This course will also feature two specific tracks: one for cardiology fellows looking to enhance their overall skills and a second for EP fellows looking to incorporatate intracardiac electrograms.
Dates and location: March 25, 2017; San Francisco, CA
EP301: Advanced Mapping and Ablation for EP Fellows and Early Career EPs (National)
For EP fellows in their final year of training or recent EP fellows graduates.
This program is designed to prepare fellows for clinical practice. 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.
Dates and location: Sept. 8-10, 2017; Chicago, IL
EP Hands-on Procedural Training (National)
For second- and third-year cardiology fellows and first-year EP fellows.
Under the guidance of recognized expert educators in the field of EP, attendees will gain an overview of arrhythmia management tools, implantable devices and patient management strategies. Both didactic and one-on-one instruction are provided throughout the course, and fellows will participate in dissections, access and ablation simulations and case discussions.
Dates and locations: April 1-2, 2017 and April 22-23, 2017; Austin, TX
Date and location: May 11, 2017; Chicago, IL
Contact the academic development managers
Email Bryan Coin.
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