Cases, Controversies & Updates in Cardiovascular Medicine
A course for Cardiologists and Senior Trainees
Following the successful introduction of this course in 2011, it has been adapted and expanded to help meet your revalidation needs. Key faculty from both organisations will provide an in-depth look at difficult cases, current controversies and the latest updates in Cardiovascular Medicine. Come along to meet your colleagues, hear the latest on key topics and argue your case with fellow experts. This is your course and we hope to see many of you there every year!
Next Date: 21 to 23 October 2013
Venue: The Royal College of Physicians, Regents Park, London. Recently awarded the 'World's Best Congress Centre' award!
Programme: To view the programme for the 2012 course, click here.
The Cases, Controversies & Updates course was created following the success of the BCS & Mayo Clinic Cardiology Review Course in response to feedback and comments from Consultant Cardiologists. It is intended to provide a forum for debate where experts and cardiologists can meet to discuss key issues, with a case based format to emphasise the practical and clinically relevant nature of the topics. The faculty are keen to promote an interactive experience while also providing up to date views from experts in their field.
The aim is to give cardiologists a two and a half day educational event tailored to their needs and responsive to their own interests. The programme has broad appeal and aims to break out from traditional sub-specialty meetings with an additional thread bringing in colleagues from other disciplines.
Accreditation: The course is accredited by EBAC (European Board for Accreditation in Cardiology) and the Royal College of Physicians. Attendance earns delegates 16 CPD points or 15 CME points.
Registration: Fees are £395 for BCS or Mayo Clinic Members and £495 for non-members. Online registration for the 2013 course is now open, click here to go through to our booking system (payment by credit card). If you have any questions on registering for this course, email email@example.com
Course Directors: The Course Directors are Prof Peter A. Brady, MD, FRCP (Mayo Clinic) and Dr Alun Harcombe, MD, FRCP (BCS)
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