Interactive Cardiology Conference

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About the course

We are delighted to celebrate the 10th annual Interactive Cardiology Conference and look forward to welcoming you to this hugely popular, always sold out event  

This one-day hybrid event will feature keynote lectures, interactive case based learning and for the first time abstract oral presentations.  Delegates can opt to attend face-to-face or online.  


Our program offers comprehensive updates on key contemporary topics. World class leaders will provide comprehensive review and practical management approach to frequently encountered scenarios in daily clinical practice:  

  •        Understand the aetiology and how to effectively manage Heart Failure and HFpEF
  •        Address the increasing problem of obesity and its impact on cardiovascular disease,
  •        Review the rapidly expanding indications for Radiofrequency ablation in atrial fibrillation
  •        Examine the rapidly growing applications of interventional techniques in structural Heart Disease
  •        Provide a panoramic view on COVID-19 in the UK and examine the impact on Cardiovascular Disease
  •        Celebrate our 10th anniversary, looking back at a decade of landmark trials and controversies

We will welcome national and international opinion leaders and experts who will present a comprehensive and clinically relevant review of the latest evidence, which is shaping the rapidly changing landscape of cardiovascular medicine and the sub specialties.  The day will also be interactive, open and supportive and will provide ample our opportunity for audience interaction and networking


Poster Competition  

For the very first time this year, we are delighted to invite abstract submissions for the Interactive Cardiology Conference poster competition  


The top 4 submissions will be selected for a short oral presentation during the conference and all other accepted abstracts will be displayed on a digital showcase throughout the event  


Entries for poster competition should relate to case report, audit, quality improvement project or a clinical trial/study.  Abstracts should be submitted according to the guidelines which can be found in the downloads section on the webpage. 


The closing date for submissions is Thursday 27 January 2022  


This programme will be of interest to:

  •   Consultant physicians and trainees
  •   AHPs with an interest in cardiology
  •   Cardiovascular clinical and academic researchers
  •   Board SMT and executives
  •   Government strategists and planners

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