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Cardiology Careers Talk #1by Dr Beth Banks — Why Choose Cardiology

25th Apr 2024
6:00 - 7:30pm (GMT)
25th Apr 2024
6:00 - 7:30pm (GMT)
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Welcome to QUB CardioSoc's Career Talk series! This webinar will be a talk from Dr Beth Banks, a cardiology registrar in Northern Ireland, who will shed some light on her career path and what a career in cardiology entails!

Dr Banks is an ST5 Cardiology registrar from County Down who went to school in Belfast before studying medicine in The University of Manchester. She has an intercalated Masters degree from Manchester in Healthcare Ethics and Law and returned to Belfast to start her foundation training. She attained a training number in cardiology in Northern Ireland in February 2020. She is currently on my second maternity leave and I have two little girls ages 3 years and 9 weeks. She is also the British Cardiovascular Society (BCS) Women in Cardiology representative for Northern Ireland.

Summary

Join us for the QUB CardioSoc's Career Talk series, featuring Dr Beth Banks, a Cardiology Registrar from Northern Ireland. Dr. Banks will provide a personal and engaging discussion about her journey in cardiology and the realities of this chosen career path. Concurrently juggling her career and motherhood, she represents a unique perspective in the field. This session offers invaluable insights for those considering a career in this rewarding medical specialty. As the BCS Women in Cardiology representative for Northern Ireland, Dr. Banks is perfectly equipped to navigate this career-centric discussion. Don’t miss this chance to gain a unique understanding of careers in cardiology.
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Learning objectives

1. To understand the career path of a cardiology registrar, specifically the journey of Dr. Beth Banks. 2. To gain insights into the daily duties, responsibilities, and potential challenges faced by a cardiologist. 3. To explore the potential benefits of pursuing an intercalated Masters degree in Healthcare Ethics and Law in relation to a career in cardiology. 4. To learn about balancing a professional career in cardiology with personal responsibilities and familial duties. 5. To appreciate the role and contribution of women in the field of cardiology through the perspective of Dr. Banks, the Women in Cardiology representative for the British Cardiovascular Society in Northern Ireland.
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25th Apr 2024
6:00 - 7:30pm (GMT)
Hosted on MedAll
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