Cardiology training lacks heart disease prevention, survey shows

04/25/2012 | Reuters

A survey of cardiologist fellowship programs showed only 24% met guidelines for training physicians in heart disease prevention, and 24% did not devote any part of the curriculum to prevention topics. While some programs covered topics such as use of heart medications, subjects such as nutrition, obesity, smoking and the management of chronic disease often were not included in lectures.

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