Circulation on the Beat: Introductory Podcast

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Dr. Paul Wang: Welcome to the monthly podcast, On the Beat, for circulation, arrhythmia, and electrophysiology. I'm Dr. Paul Wang, Editor in Chief with some of the key highlights from this month's issue. We'll also hear from Dr. Suraj Kapa, reporting on new research from the latest journal articles in the field. Hey, Suraj. How are you doing?

Dr. Suraj Kapa: Hey, Paul. I'm doing great. How are you?

Dr. Paul Wang: Really good. I'm happy to talk to you today and we're happy to launch this new podcast for circulation, arrhythmia, and electrophysiology.

Dr. Suraj Kapa: I'm really excited that we're going to be able to update the field. Everything you're doing, summarizing all the great articles that you're publishing in circulation, arrhythmia, and electrophysiology each month I think is really going to offer our readers a great way to keep up with the journal.

Dr. Paul Wang: Yeah, Suraj, I'm really excited you'll be serving all the journals for the latest in topics in our field. I know how hard it is for electrophysiologists to keep track of all the key articles, and you'll be summarizing them for us on the podcast. This will be a really great way for people to stay up to date.

Dr. Suraj Kapa: Yeah, I think this will really make circulation, arrhythmia, and electrophysiology the go-to place. It'll really offer everybody the opportunity to just keep up to date and also to perhaps interact with one another down the road about what's going on within our field.

Dr. Paul Wang: Yeah, Suraj, I couldn't have said it better. I think it's going to be an easy way to stay in touch with the latest advances in our field. I want to remind everybody to download the podcast, On the Beat.

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