This is part 3 of a three-part webinar series for trainees aimed at providing a foundation of knowledge on cardiac pacing. This webinar will cover the topic of advanced pacing with BSC who will recap the key points about the algorithms and review case studies that focus on algorithm function and programming.
About this section
On behalf of the London Deanery and the London School of Specialty Medicine, the Cardiology Section provides programmes of training days for general cardiology and advanced sub-specialty training for London/Thames programme trainees.
PMETB attendance requirements
Attendance at cardiology programme training days is mandatory. Trainees are expected to attend all the training days relevant to their level of training and an absolute minimum of 70% to meet PMETB requirements.
Junior trainees (SpR 1-4 & StRs ST3-5)
Junior trainees are welcome to attend the sub-specialty training days however these will not be counted at their RITAs/ARCPs.
Senior trainees (SpRs 5-6 & ST6-ST7s)
Senior trainees are welcome to attend general cardiology training days but are not required to do so and these will not be counted at their RITAs/ARCPs.
This webinar is an interactive session to discuss complex congenital lesions and management in the long term.
This webinar is to discuss how multimodality imaging is useful in different areas of Cardiology. This webinar is designed for Cardiology SPRs to help them to understand the roles of multimodality cardiac imaging better.
The webinar is for cardiology trainees and other physicians to understand the latest guidelines on diagnosis and management of hypertension, including correct treatment for hypertensive emergencies.
This webinar will update doctors in minimally invasive percutaneous techniques in treating valvular heart disease. xperts will provide up to date evidence and guidance on the treatment of aortic, mitral and tricuspid valves non surgically.
This webinar will discuss which surgical and interventional therapies we can offer in heart failure patients and when; debating controversial indications and difficult decisions
In this webinar we will hear the shortlisted abstracts from the Cardiology president's Prize to present their submission in front of the judges.
Professor Nikhil Patel