16-17 July 2014 - St Bartholomew's Hospital, London
“The 12th City Basic EP course on 16th and 17th July 2014 is a two-day course aimed at SpRs, Clinical Physiologists, Senior/Specialist Cardiac nurses and Technicians, including arrhythmia mechanisms, managing technical aspects of EP/ablation, and interpretation of traces in this exciting field of Electrophysiology. For further details please click on:http://www.whri.qmul.ac.uk/images/Eleanor/citybasicepcourse.pdf
30 Aug - 3 Sept 2014 - Barcelona, Spain
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15 September 2014 - The Royal Society of Medicine, London
Chairpersons: Dr Magdi Saba and Prof A John Camm
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Registration is now open please visit www.cardiovascular-sciences.org/londonvt
*This meeting has been approved for 6CPD credits by the Royal College of Physicians*
Meeting endorsed by EHRA, a Registered Branch of the ESC
The Beat Goes On: Streamlining Cardiac Rhythm Management Services For Arrhythmia, Heart Failure, Syncope & Implantable Devices
24 September 2014 - Wynward Park, County Durham
If you have any further enquiries please contact the Cardiac Rhythm Management Team on 01642 282 806
30 September 2014 - London
Anticoagulation 2014 open for entry
Visit www.qualityincare.org/anticoagulation for more information on this exciting new awards programme for anticoagulation care supported by AF Association and Arrhythmia Alliance, including categories and entry details
Read more about the QiC Anticoagulation Programme here
2 -3 October 2014 - City Hotel, Derry/Londonderry
9th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Cardiorenal Forum Cardiorenal disease - glucose, gender, rhythm and risks
3 October 2014 - Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists, London
Session 1. Diabetes and cardiorenal disease
• Diet and cardiometabolic risk: prevention in EPIC proportions
Kay Tee Khaw, Professor of Clinical Gerentology (University of Cambridge)
• Future options for glycaemic management in type 2 diabetes
Cliff Bailey, Professor of Clinical Science (Aston University, Birmingham)
• Are new diabetes and renal drugs really cost-effective?
Phil McEwan, Director (Swansea Centre for Health Economics)
• Discussion: so now, how do we best prevent diabetic nephropathy?
John Holian, Consultant Nephrologist (St Vincent’s University Hospital, Dublin)
Session 2. Advances in diagnosis and assessing cardiovascular risk
• New approaches to assessing CV risk – JBS3 onwards
John Deanfield, Consultant Cardiologist (University College Hospital, London)
• The future of hyperlipidaemia management
Anthony Wierzbicki, Consultant in Metabolic Medicine (Guy’s & St Thomas’ Hospital, London)
• Sleep disordered breathing and cardiorenal disease
Mike Polkey, Consultant Physician (Royal Brompton Hospital, London)
• Hyperphosphataemia and CVD risk in CKD
David Goldsmith, Consultant Nephrologist, Professor of Cardiorenal Medicine (Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital, London)
• Clinical trials in cardiology – reviewed
Iain Squire, Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine (University of Leicester)
• Clinical trials in renal medicine – reviewed
David Wheeler, Professor of Kidney Medicine (Royal Free Hospital, London)
Session 3. New considerations in cardiorenal risk
• Gender differences and cardiorenal disease
Peter Collins, Professor of Cardiology (Imperial College, London)
• Future therapeutic strategies in CKD
Professor Adelbert Schiller. Professor of Nephrology (Timisoara, Romania)
Session 4. Interactive cases
• Atrial fibrillation: anticoagulant options
Diana Gorog, Consultant Cardiologist (East & North Hertfordshire NHS Trust)
• Ultrafiltration for decompensated heart failure
Daniel Sado, Cardiologist (University College Hospital, London)
• Management of heart failure in advanced CKD
Andrew Clark, Professor of Cardiology (University of Hull)
For further information please contact Richard Bazneh email@example.com
14 October 2014 - Leicester Tigers Rugby Stadium, Leicester
A GROUNDBREAKING conference for healthcare practitioners is returning for a second year to examine issues around sudden heart deaths in young people.
The second annual SADS Awareness Conference is being organised by local charity the Joe Humphries Memorial Trust (JHMT) in conjunction with the University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust.
It will take place on Tuesday 14th October at the Leicester Tigers rugby stadium, Aylestone Road, Leicester.
SADS stands for sudden arrhythmic death syndrome. It’s part of a group of subtle heart diseases that claim the lives of 12 teenagers and young adults, aged 12-35, every week in the UK. Some conditions causing SADS affect whole families.
Steve Humphries, chairman of the Joe Humphries Memorial Trust, said: “JHMT has taken great strides forward in such a short space of time since the loss of our beloved son, Joe, to SADS in 2012.
“We’re lifting the lid on these heart diseases and we are encouraged that key medical practitioners are taking steps to tackle this silent killer. The annual SADS Awareness Conference in Leicester gives them the perfect platform to do so.”
Dr Ffion Davies, consultant in A&E at Leicester’s Hospitals, said: “It’s vital that we increase awareness of this condition and its warning signs amongst NHS staff. This conference will allow us to share key messages about SADS, and I’m pleased to give it my full support.”
The conference opens at 10am with an address by Martin Johnson, ex-rugby international player and Patron of the charity, and features a range of speakers, including Professor Charles Deakin, professor of resuscitation and pre-hospital emergency medicine at the University of Southampton NHS Trust, who will talk about how good we are in the UK at detecting SADS and reacting to cardiac arrest compared with other countries.Workshops will cover topics such as recognising patterns in ECGs, the role of pre-hospital ambulance staff and setting up diagnostic services for suspected patients or bereaved families.
Online bookings is now open. The registration fee for the event is £40 for nurses, technicians and paramedics, and £70 for doctors. To book a place, please apply online at http://www.jhmt.org.uk
'Introduction to Cardiothoracic Nursing'
BSc (Hons) 20 credit module AU3S052
accredited by: University of South Wales : University of Glamorgan
Courses : May and October
6 Study days over 6 weeks.
For more information or to book a place, contact:
Education and Practice Development Nurse
22 October 2014 - The British Institute of Radiology, London
Day 1 of our Annual Congress will cover Cardiovascular Imaging. You can attend just for the day or the whole Congress. Click here to view flyer
Please contact Ruth Threadgold for further information:
0203 668 2226
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6 - 8 November - Dubai
Vist http://www.ecsc.ae/ for further information
7 November - BirminghamIncrease your confidence in three core areas of primary care. In this one-day course our expert speakers will guide you through the latest evidence-based guidelines and give you clinical tips that you can put into practice straight away. Earn 6 CPD credits by attending and prove your practice is up to date, ready for appraisal and revalidation.
Review from the Chair, Professor Mike G Kirby:"This day provides a superb opportunity to catch up on the key advances in CKD, diabetes, cardiology, and lifestyle issues - All very frequent and important parts of our day-to-day work. The course has matured over several years, based on feedback from delegates. All the speakers are enthusiasts and you will have time to ask questions and chat to colleagues and speakers in the breaks. Great for CPD and revalidation, you won’t find a better, more valuable day out of the practice!"
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9-10 November 2014 - London
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Come and join us for our third annual conference specially designed by primary care for all primary care professionals. This unique educational conference brings together GPSIs, GP educators, GPs, GP registrars, practice nurses and other professionals in order to share knowledge and experience.
Our objective is clear: To assist you and your colleagues in delivering optimal care for the ever-increasing number of patients with cardiovascular disease (CVD) that you see and manage every day.
Hot topics include: JBS3, preventing hospital admissions, glycaemic control, dementia, heart failure, FH, AF, Stroke, CKD and much more.
Find out more and register now at www.issuesandanswers.org
For more information please contact Jane Boyle on firstname.lastname@example.org
19 November 2014 - Birmingham
Chaired by Dr Richard Hatchett and with an opening address by Katerina Kolyva Director of Continued Practice Nursing and Midwifery Council, this national annual conference will provide specialist nurses with a valuable opportunity to hear national updates and best practice for working at advanced practice, and setting up and running nurse led clinics and services in primary and secondary care across a number of specialities including Cardiology. This conference will look at how to demonstrate the value of your clinic or service, and how to continuously measure, monitor and benchmark the impact on patient experience and outcomes, in line with the drive for quality improvement in the NHS reflected by the Francis Inquiry and the CNOs Strategy for Nursing including the 6 C’s.
For further information and to book visit http://www.healthcareconferencesuk.co.uk/nurse-clinics-2014 or email email@example.com.
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A 20% discount* is available for registrants via the Arrhythmia Alliance by quoting ref: hcuk20AA when booking. (*cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. Full T&Cs available upon request.)
21 November 2014 - Birmingham - £50 to attend
The morning session aims to give an overview of the National PROMs programme, the uses and limitations of Patient Reported Outcome Measures, how they can be used to calculate QALYs and inform clinical practice. The afternoon has an emphasis on PROMs development and use and will inform attendees of the work that is currently ongoing in the field, and what we are learning.
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24 - 26 November 2014 - University of Birmingham
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