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Course Offerings for Electrophysiology Fellows

This page outlines courses specifically designed for PGY7 and 8 cardiac electrophysiology fellows.

Course offerings for the current academic year will include technologies such as Advisor™ HD Grid mapping catheter, EnSite Precision™ cardiac mapping system, Confirm RX™ ICM, Multipoint™ Pacing and SyncAV™ CRT Technology.

To express interest in registering for a course, reach out to your local Abbott representative or request information directly from our Academic Development team.

Electrophysiology

EP301: Advanced Ablation for EP Fellows and Early Careers

This program, sponsored by Abbott, is specifically designed to prepare fellows for advanced ablation techniques in clinical practice. This intensive two-and-a-half day course provides comprehensive education related to diagnostic and therapeutic procedures performed in the EP lab.

August 27-29, 2020
Chicago, IL

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Advanced Mapping of VT and Complex Arrhythmias

As ablation technology grows increasingly sophisticated, we’re able to improve our approach to cardiac mapping and patient outcomes. Learn from national thought leaders as they share their experiences managing complex arrhythmias and explain their treatment technology.

March 6-7, 2021
Miami, FL

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Anatomy and Arrhythmias HRS Dinner

May 20, 2021
Boston, MA

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