This will be a hybrid experience that will begin with virtual sessions starting March 1 and culminate with an in person, Philips interventional lab experience workshop May 13-15, 2022. This hybrid course is for graduating interventional cardiology fellows, vascular surgery, interventional radiology residents/trainees, as well as early career physicians. This course is designed for those looking to develop their skills for utilizing IVUS, physiology and imaging systems for the treatment of their patients.
Register Now my name is a tool Gupta and I'm the chief medical officer for phillips and image guided therapy. I'm also a practicing interventional radiologist and I remember what it was like going from fellowship to becoming an attending. That's why I want to welcome you to what's going to be a really exciting program this year. Whether you're a cardiology fellow and I are fellow or a vascular surgery fellow, this is gonna be an awesome course because we've assembled a powerhouse group of attendings from across the country across multiple specialties and they're gonna be teaching you so what can you expect? Well this hybrid course will take place over five weeks and it's gonna be a combination of both virtual and hands on training and whether you use a Philips interventional suite or not, a Philips endovascular device or not. Regardless, you're gonna learn a lot now because your fellows in different specialties, we're also gonna have breakout sessions customized for you in CV and peripheral but we also have combined sessions because healthcare and image guided therapy is increasingly a team sport. So over the five weeks you'll have an opportunity to learn more about coronary and P. V. D. Cli and venus disease. You're gonna learn more about our devices, things like laser and hybrid at the rectum E. Drug coated balloons, ibis I fr from beck to me and even tack a minimal metal dissection repair device and you're gonna see how software is integrating the imaging to the device, showing you how to best decide guide treat and confirm the right therapy for your patients. But I also know that there's other topics that are also important to you and that's why you're going to learn about things like reimbursement and experts explaining how they managed their transition to becoming an attending, their keys to success, enjoy the fellows program. Have some fun. I know you'll learn a lot, and most of all congratulations on taking the next step in your career, best of luck and I wish you success. Mhm.