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Join this webinar to gain full knowledge and understanding of managing syncope. It will cover epilepsy, sleep disorders and dissociative causes of collapse, DVLA guidance, utilising ILR implantation, AF detection, and electrophysiology's value in the management of syncope.
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This activity has been supported by Boston Scientific and Medtronic in the form of educational grants.
Please note that the company(s) listed above have had no input into the arrangement or educational content of this activity.
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Professor Nikhil Patel, Consultant Cardiologist, East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust and Dr Nicholas Gall, Consultant Cardiologist, King's College Hospital
Dr Nicholas Gall
Professor Guy Leschziner, Consultant Neurologist, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust
Dr Biba Stanton, Consultant Neurologist, King’s College Hospital
Dr Iain Parsons, Cardiology Specialist Registrar, St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Dr Sean O'Nunain, Consultant Cardiologist, Civil Aviation Authority
Dr Rajdip Dulai, Cardiology Research Fellow, East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust and Ms Jacqui Hunt, Heart failure and Devices Specialist Nurse, East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust
Dr Rick Veasey, Consultant Cardiologist and Electrophysiologist, Eastbourne District General Hospital and the Conquest Hospital
Miss Sophie Blackman, Principal Clinical Education Specialist, Boston Scientific
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