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Minnow Walsh, MD, MACC
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Indiana Chapter-ACC 1h
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Dr. Dale Oct 16
WOW! Black Men In White Coats ( ) in . It's not the 100 Richest people list, this is just as important. Thanks .
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LRSantamaria Oct 16
Applications are now being accepted for the ACC Leadership Academy Cohort IV which will launch at ACC.20/WCC in Chicago. Completed applications, which include an online application & statement of support from an ACC member leader, are due by Dec. 2.
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I DECIDE: LVAD 23h
Excited to share I DECIDE: LVAD's work at the Society for Transplant Social Workers conference exhibitors' hall. We've already had several attendees sign up to receive free decision aid packets to share with their patients!
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Sharonne Hayes MD Oct 14
Cardiology, we have a problem
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ACC Advocacy, CV Quality Oct 16
Chaired by Dr. , the recent Industry Advisory Forum brought together industry stakeholders and 🔑 ACC leaders to address diversity and inclusion in the CV world, as well as introduced ACC's new Chief D&I Officer Dr. :
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Ritu Thamman MD ❤️ Oct 15
“The takeaway for some women is that they have to assemble their own career ladder.” Great article thanks for sharing
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Dr. Martha Gulati Oct 15
Long before bumping into glass ceiling women run into obstacles trying to grasp the very 1st rung of the ladder-& not because they are pausing careers to raise children ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁦
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Julia Grapsa Oct 15
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Heval Kelli Oct 15
Many people are aware of the Kurdish crisis in Syria but many do not know the Kurds. Learn about by my people in 1 minute.
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Julia Grapsa Oct 16
Today is a great day because we have 3rd issue going live pm ET time: mini focus issue on EP & devices - stay tuned
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Minnow Walsh, MD, MACC Oct 14
1. Babysitter 2. Nurse’s aide (nursing home) 3. Insurance physical exams 4. Nursing assistant (community hospital ER) 5. Nursing assistant (county hospital ER)
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Christina Cardy, DNP, AGACNP-BC Oct 14
Want to see a 150 mm papillary fibroelastoma? Check out my recent publication in . Thank you .
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American College of Cardiology Oct 14
Everyone on the CV care team can be a part of /! Chair  and Vice Chair  invite you to submit your science by Oct. 29.
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Conservative Cardiologist Oct 14
Addendum: Trainee: Can we discuss our patient with non-cardiac chest pain? Me: Sure. Why do you say non-cardiac chest pain? Trainee: The angiogram showed non-obstructive CAD. Me: What about the abnormal stress test? Trainee: It was a false positive Me: Let's start over
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Minnow Walsh, MD, MACC Oct 13
Here’s how you know that you are an ⁦⁩ devoted volunteer and past president. You have an 19 year old scientific sessions pen in your (current) purse.
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Harlan Krumholz Oct 13
Super proud of our team for a top-notch predictive model for patients w/heart failure & preserved systolic function. Leveraging TOPCAT trial & machine learning, we stratify risk.
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Chicago Marathon Oct 13
WORLD RECORD: Brigid Kosgei sets the new world record in the marathon at the 2019 !
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Chicago Marathon Oct 13
Former world record holder poses with Brigid Kosgei at the finish after Kosgei broke the record this morning at the 2019 🏆
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Paul Friedman, MD Oct 12
Heart disease is the number one killer of women. tells powerful stories that can save lives. Special screening was powerful.
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