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Friday, 18th October 2019 ()

Heart Failure 2019: Updating
your practice


One-day meeting for physicians, GPs, specialist nurses and pharmacists

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


RCN and RCP CPDs applied for
This meeting had been organised by Logos Healthcare Communications, and is fully funded by a grant from Novartis.

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Programme

9.00

Registration with coffee

9.30

Welcome and Introduction
Professor Martin R Cowie, Imperial College London

The new “Long Term Plan” NHS: where does HF fit in?

9.45

National priorities for HF
Dr Lisa Anderson, Consultant Cardiologist & British Society for Heart Failure (TBC)

10.05

The changes in the NICE guideline & implications for primary / secondary care
Dr Jim Moore, GP, Cheltenham

10.35

Implementing service improvement
Dr Simon Woldman, Bart’s

11.00

Panel discussion

11.30

Coffee break

Getting the patient experience right

12.00

The nightmare scenario
Professor Martin R Cowie, Imperial College London

12.10

Advanced communication skills
Louise Clayton, Nurse Consultant, Leicester

12.30

Palliation: from diagnosis onwards
Dr Sharon Chadwick, Macmillan Consultant in Palliative Medicine & Med Director, Hospice of St Francis, Berkhamsted

12.50

A modern approach to HF rehab
Professor Rod Taylor, Glasgow

1.10

Panel discussion

1.30

Lunch

Update on trials and UK practice

2.15

Recent drug trials
Dr Klaus Witte, Consultant Cardiologist, Leeds

2.35

Recent device trials
Dr Peter Cowburn, Southampton

2.55

Amyloid heart disease
Dr Carol Whelan, Royal Free

3.15

HFpEF
Professor Martin R Cowie, Imperial College London

3.35

Final Panel discussion

4.00

Summary and conclusions
Professor Martin R Cowie, Imperial College 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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