Revista de cardiología general e intervencionista

Academic Pediatric Cardiology Training Programs


Sowmya Balasubramanian*

Diversity and inclusion are critical in shaping a vibrant and equitable academic environment and academic pediatric cardiology training programs are no exception. The representation of women and minority faculty and fellows in these programs is essential for promoting a diverse and culturally competent workforce that can address the complex healthcare needs of all patients. This article explores the current state of representation and the importance of fostering diversity in academic pediatric cardiology training programs, while also discussing strategies to enhance inclusivity. Despite progress in recent years, women and underrepresented minorities remain underrepresented in academic pediatric cardiology training programs.

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