The official annual meeting of the European Association of Percutaneous Cardiovascular Interventions (EAPCI) and the World-Leading Course in Interventional Cardiovascular Medicine.
Bringing together 11,000+ participants every year, it is the flagship event of all PCR educational events by size, but also by offering: it functions as the global forum for sharing within and between all interventional communities.
In 2019, EuroPCR celebrates its 30th anniversary! Be prepared for a welcome home like never before in Paris!
Aims: This 5 day course will provide topical and relevant updates on a wide variety of acute and general medical conditions encountered by clinicians. Experts will cover topics of current and practical relevance with frequent opportunities for interactive case-based learning. Places are limited to maximise networking during the course. The week will consist of a series of themed days, and topics covered will include:
Diagnosing, investigating and treating infection and fever // Therapeutic advances in common conditions, including heart failure, diabetes, Parkinson’s disease and inflammatory arthritis // Acute management of collapse, breathlessness, fever, chest pain // Fits, faints & funny turns: Differential diagnosis & appropriate investigations // Preventing premature death from cancer, cardiovascular disease and alcohol.
Audience: This course is aimed at physicians (consultant and senior trainee level) who wish to enhance their acute and general medicine knowledge. It will be of great interest to clinicians from around the world who encounter patients with general medical conditions. Delegates can select which day to attend or sign up for all 5 days, whichever best suits training needs.
The next in the series of SCNTP training days will be taking place on Friday 31 May 2019 at the Stirling Court Hotel.
The programme for the event is currently being finalised but for more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monday 10 – Tuesday 11 June 2019
Meeting Administrator: Joanne Cusack, Cardiology Investigations Manager, Forth Valley Royal Hospital.
Meeting Director: Stephen Glen, Consultant Cardiologist, Forth Valley Royal Hospital.
Heidi Connolly, Professor of Medicine, Mayo Clinic (Rochester, Minnesota); Consultant, Division of Cardiovascular Diseases and Internal Medicine.
Director, Mayo Clinic Congenital Cardiac Center
Fletcher Miller, Professor of Medicine, Mayo Clinic Consultant, Division of Cardiovascular Diseases and Internal Medicine Former Director, Mayo Clinic Cardiovascular Ultrasound and Haemodynamics Laboratory
Alan Japp, Consultant Cardiologist, Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh.
James Newton, Consultant Cardiologist, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford.
David Northridge Consultant Cardiologist, Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh.
Ben Smith,Consultant Cardiologist, Royal Hospital for Children, Glasgow.
Cost: £295 including meeting dinner.
Registration form and further details online at www.advancedecho.co.uk
Contact: Joanne Cusack by email: FV-UHB.email@example.com
Discounted overnight hotel accommodation available at Norton House— contact hotel directly on 0131 333 1275 before 30th April 2018.
Other nearby accommodation options include Travelodge and Premier Inn, both within 5 minutes of Norton House. The hotel is 2 miles from Edinburgh Airport, 6 miles from Haymarket station, and adjacent to the M8/9 for road links.
Previous CPD allocations:
12 CPD points from the Royal College of Physicians
6 accreditation points from the British Society of Echocardiography
Save the date for our upcoming Annual General Meeting on 20-21 September 2019 at the Dunblane Hydro Hotel.
Call for Abstracts:
The Scottish Cardiac Society invite abstract submissions related to academic clinical and scientific research as well as the results of projects in service development and quality improvement. Submissions are welcome from clinical and research physicians, nurses, cardiac physiologists, other allied healthcare professionals and medical students.
For full information, please see the call for abstracts.
Emily Taylor Travel Fund – Autumn Meeting prizes
Several travel grants will be awarded to assist with attendance at a future meeting relevant to cardiology or cardiac surgery. More information about the prizes can be found on the call for abstracts.
Emily Taylor Travel Fund – meeting attendance
There are discretionary funds available to assist with travel to and from Spring and Autumn SCS Meetings. Application should be made in writing to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Successful applicants will be selected by the SCS Council. Award subject to applicant being a member of SCS and provision of receipts.
Please see the abstract submission form for full information, permissions and information on registration. Only submissions in this format will be considered.
(Please return to this email@example.com) The deadline for submission is Noon on Monday 27 May 2019.
The full programme and registrations will open soon!