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Atrial Fibrillation: what stroke prevention means for primary care

6 May 2015
London

The event, Atrial Fibrillation: what stroke prevention means for primary care, will feature talks from leading London clinicians and decision-makers. Thousands of strokes could be prevented every year in London if AF patients received appropriate treatment. Delegates will leave this event with a richer understanding of stroke prevention as well as with practical tips to improve their practice. See the attached flyer for further information including an agenda.

Please click here to view the flyer

Registration is now open. Spaces are limited. Book your place today: http://tinyurl.com/kgyef7d

 

Cardiac Physiology Cymru 4th Annual Conference - "Chest Pain: Not Always As It Seems"

8 May 2015 - Hensol, Wales

Please click here for the programme

If you would like to register or would like further information please email:

angela.sims@southwales.ac.uk

 

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.

 

Oral Anticoagulation Management Update Day

20 May 2015 - Birmingham

Primary Care Clinical Sciences at University of Birmingham are running their annual ‘Oral Anticoagulation Management Update Day’ It will run on Wednesday 20th May in the Leonard Deacon Lecture Theatre, within the Medical School at the University of Birmingham.
The course aims to allow health care professionals working within anticoagulation to keep up to date with current issues.

Click here to view the provisional agenda for the day

Click here to download a registration from

Heart Failure & Atrial Fibrillation Workshop

3 June 2015 - Royal College of General Practitioners, London

For: Cardiologists and other physicians/ GPs/HF and arrhythmia nurses

Please click here to view the flyer including agenda

 

Hot Topics in the Management of Heart Failure & Arrhythmias

4 June 2015, 8:00-15:30 - Runnymede Hotel, Windsor Road, Egham, Surrey, TW20 0AG

Following on from the success of the Surrey Cardiology Conference last year, we are pleased to announce this year’s forthcoming event and as an important delegate we are delighted to invite you this year. This year’s conference will include a focus on Heart Failure & Arrhythmias.

Please click here to view the flyer.

We do hope you will be able to join us in sharing and discussing the Hot Topics in the Management of Heart Failure & Arrhythmias.
*Registration is free, however places will be limited so please register early, details for registering are mentioned below & on the attached flyer:
Dept of Research & Development
Tel +44 (0) 193 272 3534
or +44 (0) 193 272 3349
Email asp-tr.surreyaf@nhs.net

 

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

 

The 13th City Basic EP Coure

15-16 July 2015 - St Bartholomew's Hospital, Robin Brook Centre, West Smithfield, London, EC1A 7BE
 

The 13th City Basic EP course 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.
The Course aims to provide participants with a working knowledge of treatments in electrophysiology and provides comprehensive 'hands-on' training in all aspects of cardiac electrophysiology, with a focus on practical sessions. Registration is limited allowing a high ratio of tutors to delegates. The following topics will be covered:

  • How do Arrhythmias Arise
  • Recording intracardiac electrogram
  • Common Arrhythmias
  • The AV Ring and related Arrhythmias
  • The Physics of Ablation
  • Evaluation and treatment of arrhythmias using EP/Ablation
  • An approach to the EP Study
  • 3D Arrhythmia Mapping
  • The basic principles of AF & VT ablation
     

The course fee is £235.00 and to register a place,
Please contact Eleanor McFarlane-Henry at
e.mcfarlane-henry@qmul.ac.uk

5th Annual London VT Symposium-London

Please click here to email for further information

The South & West Yorkshire Arrhythmia Nurse Forum

14 September 2015 - Sheffield

Please click here to view the invitation

 







BACPR Annual Conference 2015
1-2 October 2015 - The Palace Hotel, Manchester
Registration is now open and abstracts are invited for submission no later than 5 June 2015  for oral or poster presentation. Please see link below for further details
BACPR Annual Conference 2015

 

Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome (SADS) Conference

2 October 2015 - Leicester Football Club

Please click here to view the flyer

 

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 - Hallam Conference Centre, London
 

Nurse Clinics 2015 will provide specialist nurses with a valuable opportunity to hear national updates and best practice for working at advanced practice, and practical guidance for setting up and running nurse led clinics and services in primary and secondary care. 
Jackie Smith Chief Executive from the Nursing and Midwifery Council will deliver the opening address and will give an update on the New NMC Code, nursing revalidation and advanced practice. The conference will continue by looking 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 visit http://www.healthcareconferencesuk.co.uk/nurse-clinics-2015 or email kerry@hc-uk.org.uk.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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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