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Volume 17 - Issue 5, 2017

2017 09 Nov

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Turning burnout into bright futures

2017 09 Nov

Why burnout needs to be addressed now and not later   Burnout in cardiologists has serious implications on the lives of patients. Healthcare experts all over the world draw their conclusions on an issue which is highly prevalent amongst cardiologists and how to maintain sustainability within healthcare.   How energised are you by your work? Are you... Read more

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Why I became a radiology whistleblower

2017 19 Sep

Whistleblowers who raise concerns continue to be at risk of losing their jobs. Sharmila Chowdhury speaks the truth behind the life of a whistleblower and the severe consquences she continues to face after being dismissed by the NHS.   I had worked in the UK National Health Service (NHS ) since 1980 and qualified as a radiographer in 1983. I joined Ealing... Read more

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Hugo Saner

2017 19 Sep

Senior Consultant -University Clinics of Cardiology, SwitzerlandResearch Associate - ARTORG Centre for Biomedical Engineering Research University of Bern Switzerland, Congress Director - European Congress on eCardiology and eHealth Be positive   What would you single out as a career highlight?   I was one of the initiators of the European Association... Read more

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ESC Congress 2018- European Society of Cardiology

2017 30 Aug

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Angela Maas

2017 21 Aug

Professor of Women’s Cardiac Health Department of Cardiology - Radboud University Medical Center Nijm egen, the Netherlands Never give up.What is your top management tip?Don't forget your personal life, because although ambition is important there is always a personal life behind. What I know from my own past is that if you get more and more rigid because... Read more

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The Recertification Process of a Chest Pain Unit (CPU)

2017 21 Aug

With chest pain a leading reason for an emergency room visit, what is new in training and recertification processes for chest pain units? The chest pain syndrome remains a single leading cause for contacting an emergency unit (Hollander, et al. 2016). Chest pain units (CPU) are specialised units in the emergency room that handle patients with all forms of... Read more

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Gender Matters in Cardiology

2017 21 Aug

Meet pioneering gynaecardiologist Angela Maas, who explains why there's still a lot to do when it comes to cardiovascular disease in women.   Cardiovascular disease in women is an enduring passion for cardiologist Angela Maas, who has been a pioneer in Europe in this field. Prof. Maas started an outpatient cardiology clinic for women in 2003 and founded... Read more

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Wearable Technology for Cardiology: Barriers to Wider Use

2017 15 Aug

The past decade has seen the emergence of many new wearable medical devices, including several that have been widely adopted by both physicians and consumers. However, absence of useful and validated clinical applications, measurement validation, and data safety concerns are among the additional barriers to the widespread medical application of wearable... Read more