Cardiac Disease and Anaesthesia Symposium 2020

Date: 
Thu, 23/04/2020 to Fri, 24/04/2020
Location: 
Royal College of Anaesthetists
CPD Credits Anticipated: 
10
Availability: 
Places available
Clinical Content Lead(s): 
Professor Pierre Foex and Dr Helen Higham
Event timings: 
Day 1: 0900-17.20 Day 2: 0830-16.00

Patients with heart disease can present on any elective list, and also as emergencies. The aim of the Symposium is to explore areas of clinical importance for all practising anaesthetists. The event brings together expert cardiologists, anaesthetists, and intensivists, bringing a truly multidisciplinary approach to complex problems making it easier for all of us to better understand the pathophysiology of heart disease and how to manage patients with often complex problems.

The programme will explore a wide range of topics with plenty of opportunities to question the experts, take stock and translate the most recent evidence into our clinical practice for the benefit of our patients.
 

Hear what our 2019 delegates thought:

"Excellent CPD delivered by leading clinicians.  A worthwhile 2 days"

"Absolutely superb: all the lectures were relevant and of the highest quality; thank you!"

"An excellent course, well organised with first class speakers.  I return to work with increased confidence that I am equipped with the tools to make difficult decisions and manage challenging cardiac patients more safely.

"Good range of speakers and has provided me with information that will change by practice"

 

Price information 

  Members and Fellows of RCoA Non-members
Member/
Fellow
Anaesthetist in
Training/MTI Doctor
Senior Fellows & Members Club Student/
Foundation Doctor
Both days £425 £320 £215 £110 £535
One day only £280 £210 £140 £70 £350

 

 

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