ECG Lecture Series with Charles Schulman, MD, FACC, Part 1: The A to Zs of ECGs
This is the first of three lectures presented by the ACC Medical Student Community in collaboration with Charles Schulman, MD, FACC.
Charles L. Schulman, MD, FACC is a graduate of Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, PA and earned his MD at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine in Philadelphia. Dr. Schulman's Cardiology training was completed at the Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston. Dr. Schulman was an Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School from 1988 until 2016. He is currently a Corresponding Member of the Faculty of Harvard Medical School and a Senior Physician at the Beth Israel-Deaconess Medical Center in Boston. He has been practicing non-invasive cardiology since 1970. In this webinar, he will be providing an introduction to ECGs, demystifying complex ideas and practices so medical students are able to gain a holistic understanding of the basics.
Key Objectives/Learning Outcomes: Knowledge development amongst medical students
Charles Schulman, MD, FACC
Khristian Burke Stuart
No credit is being offered for this webinar.
Clinical Topics: Arrhythmias and Clinical EP