On behalf of the Scottish
Cardiac Society (SCS), the WSCTS, and RCS Edinburgh.
A 2.5 day meeting that will focus on ALL aspects of the Aortic Valve. (Multidisciplinary Meeting for Cardiologists and Cardiac Surgeons). Aimed at Consultants and Senior Trainees.
Abstract Submissions is Open.
All abstracts will be published in the Journal of Cardiothoracic Surgery. (Pubmed Indexed)
CME Accreditation: 14 CME points.
For more details visit: www.internationaltavicongress.com
World Class Faculty, with the top Aortic Valve Surgeons, and Cardiologists.
For more information:
Tuesday 10 March 2020
Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh & Live Link Sites across the UK
We are delighted to present our next event in the ‘Professionalism in Medicine’ series with an evening in which you will have the opportunity to understand better how the current pensions issue may affect you now and in the future and perhaps for the first time fully appreciate how consultants have the capacity to transfer their skills to that of leadership roles.
This event is suitable for all doctors in training, consultants and associate specialists.
The programme and speakers are as follows:
Clinical Management: the transfer of skills we are choosing not to transfer
Dr Jon Miles, Consultant Physician, Western General Hospital, Edinburgh
- Description of the breadth of clinical management opportunities
- Understanding that we as doctors practice the skills on a daily basis that enable us to become clinical managers
- An exploration of why we see “clinical management” as something “different” and something “to be avoided”
Update on NHS Pensions & Taxation
Dr Alan Robertson, Consultant Cardiologist, Ninewells Hospital, Dundee
- Understand the structure and benefits of the NHS Pension Schemes
- Understand the impact of taxation on the NHS Pension Schemes
For more information, speaker biographies, how to book and to find out the nearest link site to you please visit: https://events.rcpe.ac.uk/professionalism-medicine-your-pension-your-skills-clinical-management
In its seventh year the programme will maintain the successful and popular interactive forum; where cardiologists and all medical and allied health professionals with an interest in cardiology will have the opportunity to meet and directly interact with world class leading cardiology experts.
The meeting will focus on key contemporary challenging cardiovascular issues. The case based learning format will continue this year, underpinning the programmes practical approach to clinically relevant topics.
This hugely popular cardiovascular educational event, which is always a sell-out, provides a unique learning experience; delivered in an open, supportive, enjoyable and friendly atmosphere.
This year’s keynote lecture will be given by Sir Terence English KBE, cardiac surgeon and heart transplant pioneer. He performed the first successful heart transplant in the UK in 1979 and is a former President of the Royal College of Surgeons.
Topics and learning objectives
- Review of the most updated guidelines and provide practical strategies for atrial fibrillation medical, 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
- Review 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 cardiac transplantation
- Obtain a comprehensive account of the importance and impact of renal disease when managing patients with cardiovascular conditions
Registrations are now open for the Nurse and AHP event. Please see the above attchments for information on how to register.
The next SCNTP training day will be taking place on Friday 27 March 2020 at the Stirling Court Hotel. More details will be released soon.
This year’s programme focuses on the changing day-to-day practice of cardiology in Scotland and the UK with emphasis on growing cross- specialty working, networking and the evolving sub-specialties. Highlights include insights from colleagues in diabetes, respiratory medicine and metabolic medicine; contributions from important cardiology sub-specialties in cardio-oncology, cardiac obstetrics and inherited cardiac conditions and updates on SCAD, obesity and Takotsubo cardiomyopathy.
This event is suitable for doctors of all grades, nurses, cardiac healthcare scientists and all allied healthcare professionals.
Registration for all SCS members is free. Book your place today via the link below.
The date of the next SCNTP training day is taking place on Friday 22 May 2020 at the Stirling Court Hotel. More details will be released soon.
This four-day course
is designed for health care practitioners from the UK and beyond, and aims to
give a broad update on important aspects of acute and general medicine.
The course will include lectures by experts on topics of current and practical
relevance, with frequent opportunities for interactive case-based
learning. This year the course will consist of eight sessions over four
full days, in:
“A phone call from the laboratory”/Stroke/Toxicology
Audience: As well as being of value to hospital based doctors at consultant or senior trainee level, it will also be of interest to Community based doctors/General practitioners/Allied health professionals/Specialist nurses
Delegates can select which day to attend or sign up for the full four-day course.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org #rcpeAGIM20
Save the date for our upcoming 2020 Annual General Meeting on Friday 18 – Saturday 19 September 2020.
This event will be taking place at the Dunblane Hydro Hotel and more information about the event will be released in due course.