Curriculum and Didactic Education

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The postdoctoral training programs in Cardiovascular Medicine and Interventional Cardiology at ROWAN-SOM is a multi-faceted experience, designed for those individuals with an interest in developing a successful clinical and academic career. Intensive training in invasive and noninvasive clinical cardiology techniques, and in basic and clinical cardiovascular research, individually tailored, prepares each fellow to pursue his/her career at the forefront of cardiology.

Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine Cardiology Fellowship Curriculum and Program Manual Academic Year 2013_2014 (this is out of date apparently, the document is missing)

Interventional Cardiology Program Overview

Our mission is to train leaders in the field of cardiovascular medicine for the 21st century. Emphasis is placed on selection of applicants with strong clinical and academic backgrounds. For all of our Training Programs, we seek fellows who are dedicated to excellence and the advancement of clinical medicine.

The ROWAN-SOM training program seeks to provide a rich educational environment. In addition, the program sponsors cardiovascular research conferences and clinical conferences on a weekly basis. Didactic lectures are provided each year to provide fellows with basic concepts in clinical cardiology, biostatistics, clinical epidemiology and breakthroughs and advances in the field of cardiovascular medicine.

The fellows are afforded opportunities to give numerous case presentations on clinical or basic research topics as well as to participate in monthly journal clubs. It is our intent that clinical and academic programs should be integrated and of sufficient duration that the trainee will acquire the skills necessary to begin a successful career in cardiology.