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Cardiology vs Neurology

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Transcript of Cardiology vs Neurology

Cardiology Vs Neurology By: Dr.Neha Kamath & Dr.Mahika Ahluwalia Follow Your Heart Mahika Neha - Helped me make right decisions on choosing the appropriate tools needed while operating on my patient George

- some crucial decisions required me to look at my patients emotional requirements

-Helped me choose a tedious and strenous career that isin't easy going but I have deep passion for

-Follow my heart when I go shopping or make important choices;

- Reminds me regularly to focus on my budget and finances by keeping me in check Neha Mahika Access Your Allies - I used Mahika as my ally, and successfully completed the operation - Got tremendous support from my family members and medical peers

- Encouraged by all my teachers, who helped me pursue and fufil my dream Neha Mahika Change is Constant - Technology is constantly changing hence adapting and growing with technology is necessary

-New research, medications, skills and techniques are being used on patients encouraging growth in my learning

- Constantly evolving medical field keeps me up to date and on my toes Neurologist Learning is lifelong Mahika Neha - Attending medical conferences with experts in my field

- Accepting new heart disease cases helps me continuously stay on the top of my profession

- No amount of education or learning is enough as we have barely scratched the surface with our current knowledge Mahika Neha Focus on the Journey - Consistently take time to focus on goals, finances and plans

- Constantly exceed my own expectations while maintaining a focussed approach

-Make sure that my long, short and intermedite goals fit within my budget

- This makes me a fantastic QISDL candidate -without family support I wouldn't have the status that I have today

-extremely fortunate for support and guidance from seniors; helped me climb the ladder

-Worked collaboratively with Dr. Neha and the team in handling George McDonald's case -gain experience by treating patients everyday

-incredible advancement of technology, we still have limited understanding of the human brain and its workings, much more to unviel so there is lots to learn
I portray a quality independent self directed learner:

-create goals and action plans to manage my finances accurately

-Focus on my career and withstand the challanges in between the journey

-Demonstrating hard work and passion to attain my goal of giving treatment to less fortunate and open hospitals for this cause Cardiology & Neurology Debate Hour - Keeping myself appraised with Scientific, technical development and research in the medical field helps me justify my profession

-Attending conferences and meetings with experienced neurologists on an international level keeps me with time

-prepared to make an ever-lasting change in our generation of medical cures by working on research in this field Neurologist During the process, we used the High Five Principles * Follow Your Heart
* Access your Allys
* Change is Constant
* Learning is lifelong
* Focus on the Journey Education For a Cardiologist - 4 years of university at Harvard
- 4 years of medical school, where I earned my PHD
- 3 years of residency
- 3 years of fellowship, where I earned my MD
- 2 years of surgery, where I earned my degree to become a certified Cardiac Surgeon Dr.Neha Kamath Leisure Time for Cardiologist - I get approximately 6.5 Hours of leisure
- I can cook, Hangout with friends, read or go to the gym
- But try to stick within my budget and not unnecessarily waste money Hours - 63 hours a week, but sometimes that can extend due to night shifts Dr. Neha Kamath Salary - Starting point was $50,000
- A regular Cardiologists Earns $200,000-$400,000 per year
- more experienced and educated Cardiologists earn $500,000 per year A Neurologist's Education Dr. Mahika Ahluwalia -4 years life science from Harvard University
-4 years of medical school from Harvard School of Medicine
-1 year of internal medicine residency
-3 years of Neurology Residency Leisure Time for a Neurologist -6 hours of actual leisure time/week
-During this time I do some of my hobbies (fitness and swimming)and continue my education further

Hours of work
-63 hours/week goes into working
-Some nights work hours extend due to emergency calls

Salary
-started with $50,000 annually
-upgraded to $300,000 annually Dr. Mahika Ahluwalia -following my heart while at the same time using my mind to verify goals is true key to success

-passion to help sick and apply knowledge in treating them

-interest in this field resulted in me becoming a devoted, dedicated, hard-working doctor

-believing in myself helped me make the right decision for career choice and my day to day management (budgets, finance, etc.)
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