Research during fellowship: walking the tight rope.

  title={Research during fellowship: walking the tight rope.},
  author={Smita I. Negi and Edward Koifman},
  journal={Journal of the American College of Cardiology},
  volume={65 6},
R esearch is integral to any field of art or science. The cardiology community has been particularly active when it comes to research—basic, translational, clinical, or innovative. While contributing to rapid advances and new treatment strategies, research also has led to evidence-based guidelines, appropriate use criteria, and clinical practice statements among diverse specialties of medicine. Therefore, research is a mandatory part of adult cardiovascular medicine core cardiology training (2… CONTINUE READING
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