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This conference, which is in partnership with the British Heart Foundation and the Resuscitation Council (UK) will focus on communication & discussion about end of life care & will hear from people living with heart failure. All conference delegates will receive a free copy of NCPC and BHF’s new publication ‘Difficult Conversations about Heart Failure’ which will be launched on the day. 

For more information visit: www.ncpc.org.uk/event/heart-matter or contact Anamica Khare (a.khare@ncpc.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.

View poster

View course information

 

For more information or to book a place, contact:

Andrew Meates

 

Education and Practice Development Nurse

Cardiothoracic Services

02920 7445356

Bleep 6437

Andrew.Meates@wales.nhs.uk

 

World Congress of Cardiology Scientific Sessions 2014

4-7 May - Melbourne, Australia

 

Arrhythmia Alliance looks forward to welcoming you to Melbourne for this years conference.

 

Please visit us at stand C30 for a range of medical and patient resources and to find out more about A-A Australia.

 

Thames Valley End of Life Care Launch

6 May 2014
Kassam Stadium, Oxford

Thames Valley Strategic Clinical Networks Commissioning and Providing End of Life Care: What does “GOOD” look like?
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European Heart Failure Awareness  Day

9 May 2014

www.bsh.org.uk

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NICE Annual Conference 2014

13th - 14th May 2014

The ICC, Birmingham

 

The NICE Annual Conference 2014 will bring you the latest on health and social care development, and the ways in which NICE can support you to provide high quality care. One year on from working with new audiences, an expanded remit and the enactment of the Health and Social Care Act, the NICE Annual Conference 2014 will reflect on the challenges being faced by the health and social care sector and the ways in which NICE and other major organisations can provide support, knowledge and tools that will help.Quote HRC10  when purchasing entry tickets in order to receive your exclusive 10% discount.

 

For more information and for a discount code please click here

 

The Saving Lives Conference

15 May 2014 - Stamford Court, Manor Road, Leicester LE2 2LH

The Saving Lives Conference conference will celebrate the work undertaken by the Cardiovascular and Cancer Networks with Clinical Commissioning Groups on the prevention programmes in 2013-14 and will also:


• Share the regional picture on Cancer and Cardiovascular mortality
• Support the development of a commissioning strategy to reduce mortality
• Enable the sharing of best practice across East Midlands.

 

Click here for further information

 

BACPR Exercise Professionals Spring Group Study Day - Pushing the Boundaries in Cardiovascular Prevention & Rehabilitation

16 May 2014 - Aston University, Birmingham

 

Topics to include:
• Angina
• Grown up congenital heart disease (GUCH)
• High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT)
• The younger, fitter patient
• ‘Those difficult to answer questions’

 

Agreed speakers:
• Prof Peter Brubaker – back by popular demand following the success of his sessions last year
• Prof Jamie Timmons- From BBC2’s Horizon : The Truth about Exercise
• Dr Mike Fisher

 

Abstracts:
Abstracts are invited for submission no later than 28 March 2014 for oral or poster presentation. 

 

Please email  vstockley@bacpr.com to register your interest in this study day and to receive application details
 

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Welsh Primary Care Cardiovascular Conference 2014

21 May 2014 - Liberty Stadium, Swansea

 

Topics will include:

  • Lifestyle advice in practice: key messages/signposting
  • Add to your life/Health checks for the over 50's
  • Structural Heart Disease
  • Anticoagulants-NOACS
  • IV diuretics in the community
  • Renal cardiovascular topics
     

View draft agenda

For further information please view flyer

DECIDE Conference

2 - 4 June 2014 - Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh

“Come and join the members of the DECIDE project group and an invited audience of international specialists in evidence-based guideline development as they seek to develop strategies to get evidence-based recommendations implemented in clinical practice. The conference will discuss issues around communicating evidence to clinicians, patients and carers, among others.”

To find out more or to register for the conference please fo to the DECIDE website http://www.decide-collaboration.eu/

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2nd Global Cardiovascular Educational Forum

4 - 6 June 2014 - Holiday Inn, St Petersburg, Russia 

Please view flyer or visit the website http://www.cardiovascular-forum.com/en/ for further information 

 

An Introduction to Oral Anticoagulation Management

9 June 2014 - Birmingham University

Further details can be found on our website at: www.birmingham.ac.uk/anticoagulation

 

Management of DVT & Pulmonary Embolism within Primary Care

10 June 2014 - Birmingham University

Further details can be found on our website at: www.birmingham.ac.uk/anticoagulation

 

Oral Anticoagulation Management for Health Care Assistants and Assistant Practitioners

11 June 2014 - Birmingham University

Further details can be found on our website at: www.birmingham.ac.uk/anticoagulation

 

Congenital & Structual Interventions

26 - 28 June 2014 - Frankfurt

www.csi-congress.org

 

Imaging in Cardiovascular Interventions

25 June 2014 - Frankfurt

www.ici-congress.org

 

BMJ Masterclass for GP's: Cardiology, Diabetes and CKD

30 June 2014 - Hotel Russell, London

Increase 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!"

Please visit the website for further information

 

ESC Congress 2014 

30 Aug - 3 Sept 2014 - Barcelona, Spain

For further information please visit the website

4th Annual London Ventricular Tachyarrhythmia Symposium

15 September 2014 - The Royal Society of Medicine, London 

 

Chairpersons: Magdi M Saba and Prof A John Camm

Please click here to view the faculty and programme

Registration is now open please visit www.cardiovascular-sciences.org/londonvt

'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.

View poster

View course information

 

For more information or to book a place, contact:

Andrew Meates

 

Education and Practice Development Nurse

Cardiothoracic Services

02920 7445356

Bleep 6437

Andrew.Meates@wales.nhs.uk

 

 

BMJ Masterclass for GP's: Cardiology, Diabetes & CKD

7 November - Birmingham

Increase 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!"

Please visit the website for further information

 

 

 

Acute & General Medicine

26 - 27 November 2014 - Excel, London

Acute & General Medicine will deliver two days of essential clinical training across eleven streams covering all of the main core specialties. In partnership with Heart Ryhthm Congress, we're delighted to offer you the lowest cost conference pass available in 2014. Pay only £99+VAT, saving £200 on your conference pass.

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BSH 17th Annual Autumn Meeting 

27 - 28 November 2014 - London

For more information please email

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