Places still available for the event!
- Dedicated training session
- Cells and Assist Devices- the way forward in advanced heart failure by Professor Stephen Westaby
- Scientific Sessions
- Anniversary sessions including talks from the original presenters of the first SCS meeting
- Case Presentations
- The 2017 Guest Lecture will be delivered by Professor John McMurray
To register your place, find the full programme and for further information, please visit the link below:
If you are interested in joining the SCS please visit our membership pages on the website for more information.
The discounted rate for the Crieff Hydro Hotel has now ended. Please contact the venue for any other rooms available.
There are also a number of local hotels, bed and breakfasts and AirBnb options available. Please check external booking sites for more information.
For any queries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Course Director is Professor Keith Oldroyd. This will be a fantastic meeting focussing on how we manage the sickest cardiology patients. We have a very high profile guest faculty and will include 4 live cases and 2 Live in a Box cases of high risk PCI performed using percutaneous MCS. To register free of charge please use the link below.
Date: Friday 6th October 2017
Venue: The Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists (RCOG), London
Online Registration and Agenda: www.bgscv.org.uk/meetings
Call for Posters on any Cardiovascular topic – deadline 1st September 2017
This free symposium is designed to give people a greater insight into a career as a physician and information regarding the training process and changes to the training programme currently underway. Workshops include tips for postgraduate interviews, insight into out of programme research or experience programmes, top tips for foundation year trainees who are considering a career in medicine and tips for getting published.
It is aimed at core medical trainees, foundation year doctors, medical students and also those outside formal training. Delegates will also have the opportunity to meet with trainees and consultants from a wide range of different specialties who will offer a real insight into each individual specialty as well as answer questions and give guidance on the day.
Speakers for the event include:
- Dr Fraser Gibb – Diabetes and Technology
- Dr John Paul Leach – Update on diagnosis and management of epilepsy
- Dr Peter Reid – Toxic substances and the lung
- Dr Andrew Seaton – National antibiotic prescribing strategy
- Dr Pauline Wilson – Remote and rural medicine
- Dr Martin Wilson – Frailty in the elderly population
- Our 2017 Fitzgerald Peel Lecture will be given by Professor Stuart Ralston on ‘Advances in the management of bone disease.’
Call for Abstracts:
The call for abstract submissions is now open! Abstracts are invited for this meeting for poster or podium presentation. SSP welcomes work on any clinical, scientific or service topic from the breadth of general medicine and its subspecialties, as well as on topics such as patient safety, quality improvement and clinical audit.
The best presenter will be awarded the prestigious Fitzgerald Peel Prize. There are also prizes available for the best poster and best student poster.
The deadline for submissions is now extended until Wednesday 9 August 2017.
To find the abstract submission form and more information on how to submit an abstract, please visit the link below.
To book your place, find out information about submitting an abstract, accommodation, travel and see the full programme please visit the link below.
If you have any queries about the fees, please contact the SSP office on email@example.com
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.
This free evening update will look at the evolving role of the consultant, particularly relevant in this time of flux for the NHS. Talks will cover how to enhance your personal and professional development through reflection and appraisal, and how to seek out new roles and fulfil your potential.
The full programme for the event is:
- The Changing Role of the Consultant: how will your job look over the next 20 years and how do we adapt?
- Moving Into Management: the pros and cons, and how to develop the right skills and experience – Dr Jim Mackey, Chief Executive, NHS Improvement
- Professional Success: how to use appraisal and revalidation to realise your perfect job- Mrs Janice Provan, Secondary Care Appraisal Lead, NHS Grampian
It is suitable for senior trainees and consultants who have gained their CCT in the last ten years.
If you are unable to attend in Edinburgh we will be web streaming the event live, please contact Stephanie Hough by email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like further details.
To book and for more information visit: http://events.rcpe.ac.uk/events/509/the-21st-century-consultant-looking-to-the-future
Date: 23-24 November 2017
Applications are invited for these annual awards made by SHARP, the Scottish Charity dedicated to providing high quality education and raising standards of the management of cardiovascular disease. Please submit an abstract outlining a recent research/audit project or clinical audit / service improvement with relevance to cardiovascular disease including diabetes.
Free registration to the conference and to the Scottish Lipid Forum session on Thursday morning will be provided to those who have been shortlisted. The four best abstract authors will be chosen to give oral presentations at the SHARP Annual Scientific Meeting on Friday 24th November.