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- Date and time Wed 15 Sep 2021 from 8:30am to 4:30pm
- Location Royal Society of Medicine
- Organised by Cardiology
Join this in-person meeting that aims to provide an update on the latest Cardiology trials as well as offer a deep insight into the management of a complex cardiac condition that has been poorly understood. Cardiac Amyloid is under-diagnosed and under-treated, so this session will provide attendees with an understanding of how to recognise it and the new treatments available. The session will also provide an update on the rapidly growing field of Cardio-Oncology – a new branch of Cardiology that may provide Cardiology trainees new career opportunities. Designed for Cardiology trainees.
The session meets the curriculum requirements for Cardiology trainees at the ST3-7 level and will be of particular interest to trainees with an interest in Intervention, Electrophysiology, Heart Failure and Imaging. The session will be run by an experienced team of Consultant Cardiologists working across London.
We hope you will join us in person for this event but if you are unable you can sign up for the live stream version here.
This session aims to:
- Know the latest trial data in Interventional Cardiology
- Know the latest trial data in heart failure
- Know the latest trial data in electrophysiology
- Describe the epidemiology of cardiac amyloid
- Be able to diagnose cardiac amyloid
- Describe the treatment of cardiac amyloid
- Know the cardiac complications of cancer treatment
- Describe the imaging techniques used to monitor cardiac status on cancer treatment
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Disclaimer: All views expressed at this event are of the speakers themselves and not of the RSM nor the speaker's organisations.
This event will be recorded and stored by the Royal Society of Medicine and may be distributed in future on various internet channels.
Registration for this event will close at 12:00am on 14 September 2021.