Virtual Interactive Cardiology Conference

Virtual Interactive Cardiology Conference

22 March - 31 March 2021

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  • 2021
    VIRTUAL
    Interactive Cardiology Conference
    Monday 22nd, Wednesday 24th, Monday 29th and Wednesday 31st March 2021.

    The programme postponed from March 2020 has been updated to reflect the key contemporary challenging cardiovascular issues and will be delivered over four engaging evening webinars. Each starting at 6.00pm and lasting for an hour and forty-five minutes. For ease and convenience, the programme can be accessed live or on-demand for up to three weeks after the event, and will offer eight external CPD credits.

    The virtual programme provides a unique learning experience delivered in an open, supportive, enjoyable and friendly atmosphere. Expert chairs and cardiology opinion leaders from across the UK and Europe will present a comprehensive and clinically relevant review of the latest evidence, which is shaping the rapidly changing landscape of cardiovascular medicine and the sub specialties. Ample opportunity will be given to pose questions to speakers and to share opinions with fellow attendees. The case-based learning format will continue this year, underpinning the programme’s practical approach to clinically relevant topics.

    Topics and learning objectives:

    • Review of the most up to date guidelines and provide practical strategies for atrial fibrillation, interventional management and stroke prevention
    • Understand the concept of precision medicine and its impact on managing patients with chronic angina, acute coronary syndromes and myocardial infarction
    • Examine the updated evidence-based approach to heart failure medical management and criteria of appropriate patient selection for complex device therapy
    • Appreciate the challenges faced when treating patients with advanced cardiac failure and review available bridging strategies prior to cardiac transplantation
    • Obtain a comprehensive account of the importance and impact of renal disease when managing patients with cardiovascular conditions

    The programme will be of interest to:

    Consultant physicians and trainees, related clinicians

    Cardiovascular clinical and academic researchers

    Board SMT and executives

    Government strategists and planners

    AHPs with an interest in cardiology

    Suitable for:

    • Medical Foundation Trainees
    • Medical Specialty Trainees
    • SAS Grade Physicians
    • Medical Consultants
    • Other Physicians
    • Surgical Foundation Trainees
    • Surgical Core Trainees
    • Surgical Specialty Trainees
    • SAS Grade Surgeons
    • Surgical Consultants
    • Other Surgeons

    Thanks to our sponsors

  • Session 1 - Atrial fibrillation: what will change your practice?
    Chairs: Dr David Murdoch and Professor Simon Ray

    22 March
    18:00-18:10

    Session 1 - Open and welcome

    Professor Hany Eteiba
    Consultant Interventional Cardiologist
    International Director, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow
    Honorary Professor, Glasgow University
    Regional & National Medicine Director and Associate Medical Director
    West of Scotland Heart & Lung Centre, Golden Jubilee National Hospital

    22 March
    18:10-18:30

    Lifestyle and AF: impact of weight and alcohol on incidence and management

    Dr Ashley Nisbet
    Consultant Cardiologist and Electrophysiologist
    Bristol Royal Infirmary

    22 March
    18:30-18:50

    Latest on stroke prevention in AF: from DOACs to devices

    Professor Derek Connelly
    Consultant Cardiologist and Electrophysiologist
    Golden Jubilee National Hospital and Glasgow Royal Infirmary

    22 March
    18:50-19:10

    AF ablation: tailored therapy with new tools and technology

    Professor G. Andre Ng
    Professor of Cardiac Electrophysiology
    Consultant Cardiologist and Electrophysiologist
    Department of Cardiovascular Sciences
    University of Leicester

    22 March
    19:10-19:35

    Case-based learning: applying evidence to clinical practice

    Dr Jackson Lau
    Specialty Registrar
    Glasgow Royal Infirmary
    Golden Jubilee National Hospital

    Session 2 - Management of heart failure: overcoming the challenges
    Chairs: Professor Frank Dunn and Dr Stuart Hood

    24 March
    18:00-18:10

    Session 2 Open and welcome

    Professor Hany Eteiba
    Consultant Interventional Cardiologist
    International Director, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow
    Honorary Professor, Glasgow University
    Regional & National Medicine Director and Associate Medical Director
    West of Scotland Heart & Lung Centre, Golden Jubilee National Hospital

    24 March
    18:10-18:30

    Tailored pharmacotherapy therapy

    Professor Mark Petrie
    Professor of Cardiology, University of Glasgow
    Consultant Cardiologist
    Glasgow Royal Infirmary and
    Golden Jubilee National Hospital

    24 March
    18:30-18:50

    Complex device therapy: patient selection should not be complicated

    Professor Roy S Gardner
    Consultant Cardiologist , Scottish National Advanced Heart Failure Service, Golden Jubilee National Hospital
    Chair Elect: British Society for Heart Failure (BSH)

    24 March
    18:50-19:10

    Kidney disease: impact on heart failure management

    Professor Paddy Mark
    Professor of Nephrology/Honorary Consultant Nephrologist
    University of Glasgow and Queen Elizabeth University Hospital

    24 March
    19:10-19:35

    Case-based learning: applying evidence to clinical practice.

    Dr David Corcoran
    Consultant Cardiologist
    Queen Elizabeth University Hospital

    Session 3 - Catheter based treatment in cardiovascular medicine: expanding horizons
    Chair - Professor Hany Eteiba

    29 March
    18:00-18:10

    Session 3 - Open and welcome

    Professor Hany Eteiba
    Consultant Interventional Cardiologist
    International Director, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow
    Honorary Professor, Glasgow University
    Regional & National Medicine Director and Associate Medical Director
    West of Scotland Heart & Lung Centre, Golden Jubilee National Hospital

    29 March
    18:10-18:30

    Structureal HD: current status and furture directions

    Dr Stuart Watkins
    Consultant Cardiologist
    Golden Jubilee National Hospital

    29 March
    18:30-18:50

    Adult congenital HD intervention: a fast growing domain

    Dr Niki Walker
    Consultant Cardiologist
    Golden Jubileee National Hospital

    29 March
    18:50-19:10

    Mechanical thrombectomy for acute stroke: an unmet need

    Professor Iris Grunwald
    Chair for Neuroradiology
    University of Dundee

    29 March
    19:10-19:35

    Wellbeing in the face of adversity: the real story of integrated care management and human factors

    Dr Paul Rocchiccioli
    Consultant Cardiologist
    Golden Jubilee National Hospital

    Session 4 - Precision medicine in cardiovascular disease
    Chairs - Dr Iain Simpson and Professor Keith Oldroyd

    31 March
    18:00-18:10

    Session 4 - Open and welcome

    Professor Hany Eteiba
    Consultant Interventional Cardiologist
    International Director, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow
    Honorary Professor, Glasgow University
    Regional & National Medicine Director and Associate Medical Director
    West of Scotland Heart & Lung Centre, Golden Jubilee National Hospital

    31 March
    18:10-18:30

    Precision medicine in chronic and acute coronary syndromes

    Professor Colin Berry
    Professor of Cardiology and Imaging
    Institute of Cardiovascular & Medical Sciences
    University of Glasgow

    31 March
    18:30-18:50

    Pharmacogenomics in cardiovascular diseases

    Professor Sandosh Padmanabhan
    Professor of Cardiovascular Genomics and Therapeutics
    BHD Glasgow Cardiovascular Research Centre
    Institute of Cardiovascular and Medical Sciences

    31 March
    18:50-19:10

    Value based interventional cardiology and precision medicine?

    Dr Colum Owens
    Consultant Cardiologist
    Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast

    31 March
    19:10-19:35

    Case-based learning: applying evidence to clinical practice..

    Dr Novalia Sidik
    Cardiology Specialist Registrar
    Golden Jubilee National Hospital

    31 March
    19:35-19:45

    Thank you and close

    Professor Simon Ray
    President
    British Cardiovascular Society

  • Category Product Amount
    Standard - Trainee Registrations £80
    Member Registrations £65
    Non-Member Registrations £95
    BCS Member Registrations £65
    Allied Healthcare Professional / Nurse Registrations £70
    Standard – Trainee – Block grant scheme Registrations £0

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Closing date: 01 April 2021


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