Beaumont HospitalProfessional Education

Cardiology Fellowship, Royal Oak

Curriculum

The curriculum of the training program is constructed to provide courses compatible with requirements of the Residency Review Committee and the goals enumerated by the American College of Cardiology Task Force for Training in Clinical Cardiology.

An intensive 24-month core curriculum provides the fellow with experience in all major aspects of modern clinical cardiology, including

  • 4 months of cardiac catheterization
  • 6 months noninvasive imaging (echocardiography, nuclear imaging, cardiac MRI/MRA, CTA and peripheral vascular imaging)
  • 6 months clinical cardiology (3 months CCU, 3 months Inpatient Cardiology Service)
  • 3 months of exercise testing, rehabilitation, and ECG interpretation.



Didactics

Formal teaching rounds and conferences include:

  • Grand Rounds (monthly)
  • Morbidity and mortality conferences (monthly)
  • CCU teaching rounds (daily)
  • Catheterization conferences (weekly)
  • Noon conferences (daily)
  • Inpatient rounds (daily)
  • ECG teaching (weekly)
  • Cardiology fellows research meeting (monthly)
  • Journal Club (monthly)
  • Statistics and research design (annually)
  • Echocardiography conference (weekly)
  • Imaging conference (monthly)
  • Interventional conference (weekly)

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