2021 Making Progress on All Fronts: More Diversity in the Cath Labs

op Sens/Medical
2/3/21, 9:30 PM
America/Chicago UTC -5

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Agenda

- Bringing more diversity to the cath labs – Roxana Mehran, New York
- Why did I choose to become and Interventional Cardiologist – Laura Young, Cleveland
- Advanced Coronary Physiology: Complex PCI indications and post PCI physiology – Allison Hall, St John’s
– New applications: the use of pressure guidewires below the knee – Elissa Atkin, New Haven

Learning Objectives:

Understand the need for female interventional cardiologists
- Discuss the barrier for women to become interventional cardiologists
- Explain the important of academic female cardiologist in academic field to increase female recruitment in clinical trials
- Discuss the importance of having reliable physiology wire for coronary evaluation and intervention
- Learn new application of pressure wires beyond the coronaries

Previous registration necessary?

NO

YES
Simultaneous translation ?

NO

YES
Will it be recorded?
NO
YES

Bringing more diversity to the cath labs, Why did I choose to become and Interventional Cardiologist, Advanced Coronary Physiology: Complex PCI indications and post PCI physiology, New applications: the use of pressure guidewires below the knee

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Speakers

Roxana Mehran, Laura Young, Allison Hall, Elissa Atkin

 

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2021 Making Progress on All Fronts: More Diversity in the Cath Labs