Educational Events

Liverpool Aortic Surgery Symposium VIII

Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital are hosting their eighth Aortic Surgery Symposium in Liverpool in June. The sympoisum is interactive to allow delegates and faculty members to review important areas in aortic pathology and advances in surgical and endovascular management. A distinguished faculty of international speialists will participate in these exciting lectures and discussions reviewing key aspects and recent development in this field. 

To register to this event, please click here.

Postgraduate Course in Heart Failure

With heart failure being the end-stage of most forms of heart disease, and consequently a major cause of morbidity and mortality, the development and management of heart failure needs to be appropriately addressed by novel training programmes. This allows medical doctors to develop a professional profile, being competent in all aspects of care for patients with acute and/or chronic heart failure.

The London Postgraduate Course in Heart Failure Management is a two-year programme consisting of 6 modules, each module with  a 3.5-day duration. The course includes a total of 160 hours of classroom time and 140 hours of self-study, and its successful completion leads to a Certificate in Heart Failure Management. To read more about the course, please click here

ICMS Annual Symposium 2018

The annual ICMS Symposium took place on Monday 5th November 2018 at the Royal College of Physicians, London. The day was a huge success and comprised of talks from leaders in many different areas of cardiology. Read more here.

Details of the Symposium 2019 will available in the coming months.

12th Consecutive Annual Harefield Heart Attack Meeting

This year will be the 12th consecutive annual Harefield Heart Attack meeting October 2nd-3rd 2018.

As primary angioplasty has become the standard of care in the NHS for heart attack treatment, many of the issues we addressed at the start of the program are now routine care. As a result of this we have worked over the years to develop the meeting and to address and tackle contemporary challenges.

The meeting is now on a two-day format with day one focussed on healthcare professionals and day two now firmly a patient and public meeting. For further information and event education, please click here  .

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