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Abigail M. Khan

#ChooseCardiology: Abigail M. Khan, MD

September 15, 2020

Feature Article

My two favorite rotations in fellowship were echocardiography and heart failure. During heart failure rotation, I was more interested in chronic disease management than I was in acute care. When I did my adult congenital heart disease (ACHD) rotation, I found it to be the perfect blend of imaging, hemodynamics and ambulatory care. I was also drawn to the opportunity to work with a population underserved by our usual care models. The field was growing and changing, and I found that appealing.

Salma Baksh Chaudhary

#ChooseCardiology: Salma Baksh Chaudhary, MD

September 15, 2020

Feature Article

The decision to pursue cardiology was an easy one. The heart has fascinated me for as long as I can remember – the vital organ located in the center of the intricate human body, with branches reaching out and connecting everything within. Learning in depth about this complex organ during medical school fueled my interest further.

Gladys P. Velarde MD, FACC

I Miss Their Faces: Reflections of a Program Director as New Trainees Start Medical Training During a Pandemic

September 15, 2020

Feature Article

As thousands of new residents and fellows start their awaited hospital training all over the country, I cannot help but feel cheated out of a familiar and endearing experience – the excitement and celebration of their arrival. The beginning of their graduate medical education training has been significantly tempered by our current universal reality. The COVID-19 pandemic has changed everything.

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