Heart Rhythm Congress (HRC) provides unrivalled opportunity for health care professionals interested in the management of arrhythmias to share effective practice, showcase innovation, learn about latest developments and network with UK & international delegates.
A-A HRC2020 will deliver virtual presentations, debates and discussions from the Arrhythmia Alliance Virtual Conference Centre.
Over 150 national and international faculty will deliver first-class research, presentations, cases & traces, abstracts and live discussions available to you from Sunday 27 September 2020 for 12 months free of charge.
The British Society of Echocardiography has announced that the 29th annual conference, BSEcho 2020, will go virtual in October this year. With the landscape of global healthcare impacted heavily by COVID-19, this new format will allow echocardiographers across the world to access high quality education in an accessible, convenient way.
The COMET Initiative brings together people interested in the development and application of agreed standardised sets of outcomes, known as ‘core outcome sets’ (COS). A series of free webinars begin on the 8th of November starting with ‘Are you still troubled by research waste?’ of the 8th of October
Ensuring patients, carers and the public have a say in and help to shape health and care research is integral to the research that is funded by NIHR. Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) using online tools has been key to many researchers, however as a result of Covid-19 pandemic it has become even more important for us to part our ways of working. This webinar will be relevant to you if you are an NIHR funded researcher or accountable for PPI and are interested in learning how to conduct PPI in research virtually.
Come to learn, share and participate in the largest dedicated meeting for AHPs in the UK. Designed for every member of the team – from newcomers to experienced Cath Lab staff this expanded meeting covers a wide range of topics relating to safe and effective practice. The AHP Group and BCIS have developed this course specifically for you.
The BSH Annual Meeting will cover the latest scientific research, data and the best clinical practice in heart failure care. The conference will be taking place virtually using cutting edge technology bringing you multimedia content from a specialist, internationally renowned faculty. This event will cover core areas of interest to all health professionals responsible for the care of heart failure patients.
The culmination to the cardiovascular year will review the biggest and most relevant topics of the past 12 months. This year the course will follow a revised format for virtual delivery but will remain a must-attend for consultants and cardiology trainees who wish to keep up to date on advances in cardiology. There will also be a live Q&A session posing questions to the expert panel.
More information on the virtual experience will be announced through the website soon
British Cardiovascular Society in collaboration with the British Heart Foundation cordially invite you to attend this course aimed at all Junior Doctors, Higher Specialist Trainees, Early Career Consultants, and Allied Healthcare Professionals with an active interest in or planning to perform clinical cardiovascular research within the NHS.
Cardiology and the Environment