Registration for ‘Cardiology to the Core’ – Now Open!
Only a handful of spaces left for our annual EECC revision course! This year the course is being held at the BCEC in Birmingham on the 22nd and 23rd April.
Click here to register.
Registration is now open for BCS2023!
Book now for our annual conference BCS2023! Returning to Manchester Central on 5-7 June, the largest UK cardiology conference attracts high profile speakers from the UK and overseas, including the leadership of both the European Society of Cardiology and the American College of Cardiology. The wide-ranging programme provides high quality education for both trainees and consultants. Key elements of the conference include the BCS Education Zone, offering tailored, one-to-one, hands-on training for simulator and imaging, and the ever popular ‘Hot Topics’ zones. Registration for the Education Zone will open soon.Early bird registration before 3 May is free to BJCA Associate members.
SYMPOSIUM DISCOUNT FOR BJCA MEMBERS
The British Heart Rhythm Symposium – 28th March, The Royal College of Physicians, London
Simply visit https://bhrs.com/register/, choose Level 2 membership and apply the promotional code. You will then receive free membership for the year. Anyone using this code will also receive their symposium ticket within 2 days via email.
More details on the symposium: https://symposium.bhrs.com/
BJCA Final Straight Course – 25th March 2023 – FULLY BOOKED*
This course is now fully booked. We are very lucky to have a superb faculty including Professor Cowie, Dr Alison Calver, Dr Will Orr and Dr Abhishek Joshi amongst others! If you can no longer attend, please let us know so
that we can offer your place to someone on the waiting list.
To see the full program and be added to the waiting click here.
Join us for the next BCS Women in Cardiology webinar: Managing Conflict in the Workplace.
Led by Quentin Smith, former lawyer, now an independent mediator.
Monday 6th March 2023, 8pm – 9pm
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for Teams link. All welcome!
The BJCA are often provided details of fellowships (both clinical and research) to advertise. We have developed a system for uploading and displaying fellowships (and consultant posts) on the BJCA website:
Current fellowships/jobs the BJCA is aware of can be found here: https://bjca.tv/fellowships/
To post details of a fellowship/job for the website, go here: https://bjca.tv/post-a-fellowship/
Please circulate to any members of your departments who have fellowship opportunities to advertise.
East Midland’s Cardiomyopathy & Advanced HF Cardiology Training Day – 30th March 2023.
Talks will cover the diagnosis, classification and treatments for the different cardiomyopathies. In addition the role of advanced therapies including transplantation. This event is aimed at trainees in higher speciality training in cardiology, trainees in internal medicine, consultant physicians and other members of the multi-professional team.
Register for free here.
Chronic Total Occlusion: An Introduction to CTO PCI
You’re invited to the nineteenth ‘Chronic Total Occlusion: An Introduction to CTO PCI’ meeting at Leicester Marriott Hotel on 25 May, 2023.
Aimed at cath lab staff, trainees and more senior CTO PCI operators who are still on the learning curve, the day-long meeting aims to demystify CTO PCI techniques and practice, whilst providing helpful tips. Featuring an esteemed faculty, expect discussions on how to set-up, grow and improve CTO PCI service, hands-on demonstration sessions, lectures and live cases!
Register for free: https://www.millbrook-events.co.uk/CTO2023”
Basic Cardiac Electrophysiology course invite – 9th and 10th March
Suitable for St3-5 looking to find out more about cardiac electrophysiology as a subspeciality but also heart failure / device trainees who are about to sit their BHRS devices exam and would like to prepare for the basic EP section.
Any further questions please contact email@example.com
For further information on the programme and how to register, please click here.
Coronary Angiography and Vascular Access Course – 22nd March 2023
North East Cardiology Education Program offers our “4th NE Coronary angiography & Vascular Access Course” to be held in Newcastle Upon Tyne on 22nd March 2023. Visit our website www.necep.co.uk for information and registration.
Download flyer/course agenda
Transcatheter Mitral UK & Ireland
Friday, 17 March 2023, at The Principal Hotel in York.
The one-day conference will consider all aspects of transcatheter mitral intervention, including a transcatheter mitral valve edge-to-edge repair live case, TEER step by step, case reviews, Live in a Box Tricuspid TEER, transcatheter mitral valve replacement recorded cases and a look at the importance of imaging.
More information can be viewed here: https://www.millbrook-medical-conferences.co.uk/Conferences/March-2023/Transcatheter-Mitral-UK-and-Ireland.aspx
Coronary Complications During PCI: A case-based learning opportunity
Monday, 17 April 2023, at Radisson Blu East Midlands Airport in Derby.
With course director Dr Kamal Chitkara at the helm, the day-long conference aims to showcase coronary complication cases that will be discussed with a panel of experts and the audience; this is a best way to learn from each other’s experiences!
More information can be viewed here: https://www.millbrook-medical-conferences.co.uk/Conferences/April-2023/Coronary-Complications-During-PCI—A-Case-Based-Learning-Opportunity.aspx
Oxford Live 2023
You’re invited to the thirteenth Oxford Live, a one-day live course taking place on Wednesday, 19 April at Saïd Business School, Oxford.
You can expect live cases from Karolinska Hospital, Sweden, and John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, lectures and case reviews from an outstanding national and international faculty with worldwide reputations.
Whether you’re a cardiologist, cardiac surgeon, specialist registrar or allied health professional involved in caring for cardiac patients, you won’t want to miss Oxford Live!
Register for free: https://www.millbrook-events.co.uk/OxfordLive2023
Practical IVUS & OCT 2023
Join us at Wythenshawe Hospital, Manchester, on Tuesday, 9 May, for Practical IVUS & OCT! Now in its fourteenth year, the meeting aims to provide the essential knowledge base and interpretation skills needed to adopt IVUS and OCT into your cath lab successfully.
The one-day meeting is ideal for interventional consultants, registrars and allied cath lab professionals. So, what are you waiting for?
Register for free here: https://www.millbrook-events.co.uk/PracticalIVUSandOCT23