Start: Saturday 31st Aug 2019 - End: Wednesday 4th Sep 2019
The European Society of Cardiology Congress 2019 together with World Congress of Cardiology will be holding their annual meeting in Paris, France, from August 31st to September 4th 2019.
Spotlight: Global Cardiovascular Health
Start: Wednesday 25th Sep 2019 - End: Sunday 29th Sep 2019
Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics (TCT) is the world’s largest and most important educational meeting specialising in interventional cardiovascular medicine. For 30 years, TCT has been the centre of cutting-edge educational content, showcasing the latest advances in current therapies and clinical research.
This year's meeting will be held in San Francisco, CA, USA.
Find out more on the TCT 2019 website
Start: Tuesday 1st Oct 2019 - End: Tuesday 1st Oct 2019
Atrial Fibrillation is the most common heart rhythm disturbance. It affects around two million people in the UK and those with the condition have a heightened risk of stroke.
New for 2019, the NCAT Atrial Fibrillation and Screening is a one-day professional development course. Led by Professor David Fitzmaurice and leading primary care experts, this short course will enable students to develop both the theory and practical skills needed to assess and diagnose atrial fibrillation.
Healthcare professionals will gain knowledge and understanding of:
This course is designed for clinicians in primary care, who manage patients presenting with Atrial Fibrillation including:
Start: Thursday 3rd Oct 2019 - End: Friday 4th Oct 2019
Registration for 2019 Conference opens 1st March 2019.
Find out more here.
Start: Friday 4th Oct 2019 - End: Friday 4th Oct 2019
The 14th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Cardiorenal Forum: 'Integrating care in cardiorenal medicine'
The Cardiorenal Forum is a unique meeting which involves all healthcare professionals and clinical scientists interested in the care of patients across the spectrum of cardiovascular medicine, nephrology and diabetes.
This years programme will include presentations on:
- High risk cardiovascular patients- identification, prevention, treatment
- The very elderly with renal dysfunction
- Genes, activity, longevity
- Failing hearts and kidneys
- Integrating hospital and community cardiorenal care
A free event aimed at trainees, clinicians, midwives and nurses involved in the care of women with cardiac disease pre-pregnancy, during pregnancy and post partum.
Whilst this event is free to attend, registration is required.
To register, email email@example.com
Start: Thursday 24th Oct 2019 - End: Saturday 26th Oct 2019
WHC19 will join world-class teachers, scientists and cardiologists to discuss the methodology for ailment remediation for the heart, Electrocardiography, cardiology educators, researchers, postgraduates, Neuro-Cardiologists, Business Sector under single rooftop. This cardiology congress is planned to give varying and stream preparing that will keep helpful specialists next to each other of the issues impacting the expectation, encountering and treatment of cardiovascular contamination. The gathering will be dealt with a goal, “Let’s have a Heart to Heart about HeartCare”.Find out more here: http://cardiologyevent.com/
Start: Saturday 16th Nov 2019 - End: Monday 18th Nov 2019
Scientific Sessions will continue to serve the latest cutting-edge science and education for those in the fields of cardiovascular clinical, population, or basic science. Programming will have a clinical focus on Saturday and Sunday and basic science focus on Sunday and Monday.
The scope and quality of the scientific programming make Scientific Sessions the premier cardiovascular research and instructional meeting in the world with over 1,000 invited speakers of the world’s top leaders in the areas of cardiovascular disease.
Find out more here: https://exhibitatsessions.org/scientific-sessions/
HARP Stays SHARP (right to the bottom of the glass)
SHARP has been working to prevent vascular disease in Scotland for over 30 years and this year’s meeting will review its past success in preventing vascular disease, what it is currently doing and the challenges for the future.
The meeting will joint together the Scottish Lipid Forum and the programme will address diabetes, small vessel disease, obesity and cardiovascular risk factors in inflammatory arthritis. Interactive workshops will look at the work of cholesterol, funny rhythms, murmurs, hypoperfusion and the National Hypertension Enquiry which looks into the inquiry process, evidence collation and key recommendations.
Start: Monday 25th Nov 2019 - End: Tuesday 26th Nov 2019
Outreaching the Rhythm for a Healthy Heart
Despite being one of the main sources of death universally, it is assessed that around 90% of Cardiovascular Diseases (CVD) are preventable. A class of diseases that include the heart or veins, the hazard factors primarily incorporate age, physical inertia/stoutness, utilization of substances like tobacco, hereditary inclination or raised pulse, sugar or cholesterol.Find out more about the meeting here: https://heartrhythm.cardiologymeeting.com/
Start: Thursday 28th Nov 2019 - End: Friday 29th Nov 2019
COMPLIMENTARY registration is now open for the 20th Annual Conference of the South Asian Health Foundation (SAHF): Past, Present and Future: Diabetes in South Asians.
We are excited to offer a 2-day programme that has been tailored specifically to help healthcare professionals in the UK striving to deliver the best possible care for South Asian people with Diabetes. Whether you are working in a primary, intermediate or secondary care setting, the conference will be relevant to your everyday practice.
You will also have the opportunity throughout the conference to personalise your educational experience by picking the sessions that you most want to attend.
Start: Thursday 28th Nov 2019 - End: Friday 29th Nov 2019
Venue: Queen Elizabeth II Centre, London
Improving quality and reducing inequality in heart failure
28–29 November 2019, Flaming Room, QEII, London
Early bird registration deadline 11th October
Start: Tuesday 3rd Dec 2019 - End: Thursday 5th Dec 2019
Save the date for the 14th UK Stroke Forum:
3rd – 5th December 2019
The International Centre, Telford
Find out more here
New horizons in diabetes management in primary care
A host of internationally renowned researchers will preview their recent discoveries in diabetes management and discuss their expectations for the future
The Hatter Institute HORIZON GP’s conference is a one-day medical education meeting which will bring together a notable faculty of diabetes experts who will consider new horizons in diabetes management in primary care.
The full programme details can be found here.
The Hatter Cardiovascular Institute Horizons Series 2019 (New horizons in diabetes management in primary care) has been approved by the Federation of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom for 6 category 1 (external) CPD credit(s).
This meeting is ideal for:
2020 SCTS Ionescu University, Annual Meeting and Nursing & AHP Forum
ICC Wales, Cardiff
Further details and abstract submission online at www.scts.org (closing date midnight November 5th 2019)