Registrations now open for the SCS Spring Meeting!
The Spring Meeting is free for all current SCS members and those applying for membership. For non-SCS members it is £50 for doctors or £30 for nurses or AHPs.
- Launch of new SIGN guideline
- What’s new in Coronary Intervention?
- Social Media and Cardiac Education
- The wider cardiac team and non-technical skills for effective team-working
- Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy
- Cardiac Devices
To register, please complete the SCS Registration Form 2017 and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The draft programme can be found at: SCS Draft Spring Meeting 13.03.17.
- High quality lectures on top tips for interviewers and interviewees, putting quality improvement into practice, patient opinion and job satisfaction and more!
- Excellent breakout sessions which discuss managing performance, patient consent, collaborating with managers, patient safety and much more!
- Information on how the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh supports recently appointed consultants
For the full programme, further details and to register, visit http://events.rcpe.ac.uk/events/467/life-as-a-consultant-potential-challenges-and-practical-solutions
Early bird discount closes Tuesday 23 May 2017.
The 2017 RCPE Cardiology Symposium promises to deliver interesting and practical insights into commonly encountered clinical problems facing physicians in the emergency department, the out-patient clinic or on hospital wards.
The symposium will concentrate on the following areas:
- Mitral and aortic valve disease,
- An update on infective endocarditis,
- Imaging in adult patients with congenital heart disease, their management during medical emergencies and assessment of shunts,
- Separating reality from myth surrounding the relationship between elevated troponin concentrations and occlusion of epicardial coronary arteries,
- Device treatment for heart failure and prevention of further cardiac embolisation in patients with stroke,
The symposium is aimed at consultants and trainees in cardiology and acute medicine but will also provide a useful overview of key areas in cardiology for GPs, allied health professionals and medical students.