Pregnancy and Motherhood During Interventional Cardiology Training
In a recent Cardiology article, Khanjan Baxi Shah, MD, MPH, who completed her general and interventional cardiology fellowships at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center/Harvard Medical School this year, provides a first-hand experience of pregnancy and motherhood during her training.
"The challenges faced by women and mothers in interventional cardiology are alive and abundant," Shah writes. "But as I reflect on my experience, I am grateful for the interventional cardiologists who encouraged and supported me during my training, particularly those who are not only devoid of bias but actually revel in my growth and success."
Read more in the latest issue of Cardiology.