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Heart Failure Rehabilitation Service

3 March 2015 - Holiday Inn, London Gatwick

This intensive interactive day will give delegates the opportunity to really drill down into the mechanics of setting up and delivering a comprehensive heart failure rehabilitation programme that helps manage their condition and reduce hospital admissions.

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Integrating Community Rehabilitation Services

4 March 2015 - Holiday Inn, London Gatwick

This is your opportunity to identify new ways of working. By booking onto this seminar you will have the opportunity to examine the inner workings of this innovative approach to rehabilitation. Case study examples will share how they work; the benefits; and the challenges. You will return to your organisation with an action plan to implement new ways of working and a toolkit of new approaches and ideas to implement.

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The British Society for Heart Failure (BSH) 7th Heart Failure Day for Revalidation & Training

5 March 2015 - London

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For more information please contact the BSH Secretariat on info@bsh.org.uk or visit the BSH website www.bsh.org.uk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The British Society for Heart Failure (BSH) 5th Heart Failure Nurse Study Day

6 March 2015 - London

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For more information please contact the BSH Secretariat on info@bsh.org.uk or visit the BSH website www.bsh.org.uk

 

10th Course on "Managing Patients with Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillators"

12 March 2015 - St Bartholomew's Hospital, London

The 10th Course on “Managing Patients with Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillators” organised by Professor Richard Schilling and Dr Simon Sporton on Thursday 12th March 2015 at St Bartholomew’s Hospital, Robin Brook Centre, West Smithfield, London EC1A 7BE.     

This is a one day course aimed at Clinical Physiologists, GPs, Nurses, SpRs, and all other healthcare professionals invested in this exciting field of medicine based in the Robin Brook Centre of St Bartholomew’s Hospital.  The course aims to provide participants with a working knowledge of Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillators and the safe management of this patient group.  There will be an assumed basic level of knowledge of ECG rhythm recognition.
The registration fee is £195.00 and to book a place please contact Eleanor McFarlane-Henry at e.mcfarlane-henry@qmul.ac.uk or telephone 0203 465 5398 for further details.       

 

4th Annual Syncope Training Day

20 March 2015 - St James's Hospital, Dublin

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Atrial Fibrillation Management & Stroke Prevention

23-25 March 2015 - University of Birmingham

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North West Cardiac Rehabilitation Event

24 March 2015, 09:00 - 16:00 - Haydock Park Racecourse, Newton-le-Willows, Merseyside, WA12 0HQ

FREE TO ATTEND

The aim of this event is to provide a forum for all those involved in Cardiac Rehabilitation to come together and share best practice, get a feel for what is going on across the North West as well as Nationally and hopefully generate some future working groups as it has been some time since an event has taken place.

The day will consist of presentations and breakout sessions, with confirmed speakers for the day as follows:

  • Professor Patrick Doherty, Cardiovascular Health,  University of York
  • Professor John Buckley, Cardiovascular Rehab, University of Chester
  • Dr. Joe Mills, regional Cardiac Rehabilitation Lead & Clinical Lead to Cheshire & Mersey
  • Mark Campbell, Clinical Referrals Manager, Blackburn
  • Louise Bache, Heartbeat
  • Lauren Watson / Cheryl Pickstock / Sara Harris, Chain of Survival
  • Laura Burgess, Clinical Lead Physiotherapist, Wythenshaw Hospital UHSM / Samantha Breen, Therapy Service Mgr, Manchester Royal Infirmary CMFT


To book your place to attend this event please email: michelle.davies9@nhs.net 

 

Improving the cardiovascular health of people with serious mental illness
29 April 2015 - Holiday Inn Regents Park, London

Join us for the first national learning network event examining how services can improve the cardiovascular physical health of people with serious mental illness.  Attendees will learn about best practice models and hear innovative examples from around England of delivering parity of esteem.  The event will also look at how this work contributes to the NHS Five Year Forward View.

Confirmed speakers include Huon Gray, National Clinical Director for Cardiac, Jonathan Valabhji, NCD for Diabetes, Geraldine Strathdee, NCD for Mental Health, and the Royal College of Psychiatrists.
 

Other topics covered on the day will include:
• Overview of service models from 2gether, Mersey Care, Northumberland Tyne and Wear, and Tees, Esk and Wear NHS trusts.
• Supporting Health and Promoting Exercise (SHAPE) programme – early interventions for young people with serious mental illness in Worcestershire Health and Care NHS Trust
• Working with patients to implement the Lester Tool in provider settings
• Evaluation update and latest findings


This free event will be of interest to mental health and acute trusts, primary care, patient advocates and charities, strategic clinical networks and academic health science networks.


To register please visit https://cvd-smi-lne.eventbrite.co.uk

Further information on the event will be posted the NHS IQ website:  http://www.nhsiq.nhs.uk/news-events/events/improving-the-cardiovascular-health-of-people-with-serious-mental-illness.aspx

 

European Heart Failure Awareness Day

8 May 2015

European Heart Failure Awareness Day is designed to raise awareness of heart failure, including possible symptoms, the importance of an early and accurate diagnosis, and the need for optimal treatment. This Europe-wide initiative was developed through the combined efforts of National Societies of Heart Failure across Europe, as part of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC)/Heart Failure Association (HFA) activities.

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BACPR Exercise Professionals Spring Group Study Day - Expanding our Horizons

15 May 2015 - Conference Aston, Aston University, Birmingham B4 7ET

Registration now open and abstracts are invited for submission no later than the 27 March 2015 for oral poster presentation.  Please click here for further information.

HealthCare Scientists Day at the British Cardiac Society Annual Meeting

9 June 2015 - Manchester
 

Representatives from the North West HealthCare Science Network with support from the Society for Cardiological Science and Technology  have been able to engage with the British Cardiac Society (BCS) in producing an educational day focussing on engaging the current and future Healthcare Science workforce(HCS). The BCS are providing a platform which focuses on education for the HCS/Cardiac Scientist/Cardiac Physiologist across all pay bands.

 

This fantastic CPD/Educational opportunity provided by the BCS will also provide opportunities for the workforce to meet and network outside of sub professional discipline specific meetings.

 

Please visit the BCS website to review the complete program and consider supporting this venture.

 

BMJ Masterclass in Cardiology and Diabetes
9 June – BMA House, London
Early bird deadline: Wednesday 29 April

This one day course will update your clinical knowledge in key areas of cardiology and diabetes. Suitable for GPs, trainees and nurse practitioners, you’ll receive practical tips on how to efficiently apply new developments into your daily practice in just one day.

By attending you will:
• Have dedicated Q&A time with leading expert speakers
• Improve your understanding of the new developments through practical take-home tips.
• Participate in interactive sessions and discuss challenging cases with colleagues and peers
• Earn 6 CPD credits for  your annual appraisal and revalidation

 

BMJ Masterclass in Cardiology and Diabetes
6 October – Manchester
Early bird deadline: Wednesday 22 July

This one day course will update your clinical knowledge in key areas of cardiology and diabetes. Suitable for GPs, trainees and nurse practitioners, you’ll receive practical tips on how to efficiently apply new developments into your daily practice in just one day.

By attending you will:
• Have dedicated Q&A time with leading expert speakers
• Improve your understanding of the new developments through practical take-home tips.
• Participate in interactive sessions and discuss challenging cases with colleagues and peers
• Earn 6 CPD credits for  your annual appraisal and revalidation

 

 

Venice Arrhythmias

16 - 18 October 2015
Venice, Italy

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Don't miss out! Come and join us for this premier cardiovascular conference, specially designed by primary care for all primary care professionals.

Our objective is clear: To assist you and your colleagues to deliver optimal care for the ever-increasing number of patients with cardiovascular disease that you see and manage every day. 
 

This will be our fourth conference and will build on the significant success of previous years.

The theme for this years’ conference will be ‘Prevention: Preventing premature death’. Focus will be made on prevention, management and innovation with topics and guidance on:

   
Obesity  
Hypertension  
Dementia
Liver disease 
CKD  
Diabetes  
Heart Failure
Stroke, PE & DVT
FH
…and much more
 

We are fortunate to have secured some incredibly influential and knowledgeable experts in the field and the event represents an amazing opportunity to see, hear and question them.

To find further details or to register now visit http://www.issuesandanswers.org/
For more information please contact Jane Boyle on jboyle@sherbornegibbs.co.uk
 

 

Nurse Clinics 2015

19 November 2015 - London
 

Healthcare Conferences UK are pleased to announce Nurse Clinics 2015 the premier conference for nurses working at advanced practice and running their own clinics and services.
 

Call for abstracts: Submission deadline - Thursday 12 March 2015 - Please click here for further deatails.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BSH 18th Annual Autumn Meeting 

26-27 November 2015 - London

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BSH 8th Heart Failure Day for Revalidation & Training

3 March 2016 - Venue TBC

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BSH 6th Heart Failure Nurse Study Day

4 March 2016 - Venue TBC

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