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Thursday 13 June 2019
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ABC of Heart Failure
One-day meeting for physicians, GPs, specialist nurses and pharmacists

Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG)
27 Sussex Place, Regent’s Park,
London, NW1 4RG


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This meeting has been sponsored by Boehringer Ingelheim & Lilly (Alliance).
The Alliance has had no input into the agenda or selection of speakers.


PROGRAMME | VENUE & TRAVEL

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Programme

9.00

Registration with coffee

9.30

Welcome and Introduction
Chair

Heart failure: what is it and how is it diagnosed?

9.35

What is heart failure?
Prof Theresa McDonagh, King’s College Hospital, London

10.00

NICE recommendations on diagnosis
Dr Jim Moore, General Practitioner, Cheltenham

10.30

What patients want to know
Nick Hartshorne-Evans, CEO, Pumping Marvellous

11.00

Panel discussion

11.30

Coffee break

Basics of HF treatment

12.00

What can someone with HF do to help themselves?
Sue Simpson, HF nurse specialist, Oxlea Trust

12.20

Drug therapy for HF
Dr Klaus Witte, Consultant Cardiologist, Leeds

12.50

Co-morbidities in HF: how do they change the correct therapy?
Professor Martin R Cowie, Imperial College London

1.00

Panel discussion

1.30

Lunch

HF from A to Z

2.15

NICE says this is what should be available…
Dr Jim Moore General Practitioner

2.35

Device therapy for heart failure: when are these indicated?
Dr Klaus Witte, Consultant Cardiologist, Leeds

2.55

Transplantation and mechanical circulatory support
Dr Sai Bhagra, Consultant Cardiologist, Royal Papworth Hospital

3.15

Valve disease and heart failure: what can be done?
Dr Simon Davies, Royal Brompton Hospital, London

3.35

Final Panel discussion

4.00

Summary and conclusions
Professor Martin R Cowie, London

4.10

Programme ends

Venue & Travel

Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG)
27 Sussex Place
Regent's Park
London, NW1 4RG

By underground:

  • The closest tube station to RCOG is Baker Street on the Bakerloo, Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan and Jubilee lines. It's a ten minute walk from the station.

By road:

  • Travelling to RCOG by car is inadvisable as there is only limited and expensive parking available nearby.

By bus:

  • The closest bus stops are on Park Road: London Business School (Stop LB) going South or Alpha Close (Stop LC) going North. Bus numbers: 13, 113 and 274.

By bicycle:

  • There is Santander Cycle Staton located by Clarence Gate Lodge, Park Road, London, NW1 4RB.




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