Monday, 14 December 2015

Echo imaging and guidelines training Day

NEXT TRAINING DAY 5th January

Echo Imaging and guidelines

British Racing School, Newmarket

09:30-10.00
Succeess at the BSE TTE exam:  Principles of Ultrasound
Shaun Robinson, Chief Physiologist, Papworth Hospital
10.00-10:45
Aortic Valve disease
Liam Ring, Consultant Cardiologist, West Suffolk Hospital
10:45-11:15
Echo views and anatomy
Shaun Robinson, Chief Physiologist, Papworth Hospital
11:15-11:45
Coffee

11:45-12:30
Cardiac infiltration
Mark Belham, Consultant Cardiologist, Addenbrooke’s Hospital
12:30:13:15
Echo and the Right heart
Bushra Rana, Consultant Cardiologist, Papworth Hospital 
13:15-14:15
Lunch

14:15-15:00
Constriction vs restriction
Nav Razvi, Consultant Cardiologist, Ipswich Hospital
 15:00-15:30
Mitral valve disease and when to operate.
Mirela Marinescu, Consultant Cardiologist, Papworth and West Suffolk Hospitals
15:30-15:45
Coffee

15:45-16;30
Trop positive patient with normal coronaries- what can we do next
Vass Vassiliou, Cardiology SpR and Research Fellow, Health Education East of England
16:30-17:00
Q+A Session and closing remarks
Vass Vassiliou/ Bushra Rana

you can register via (copy and paste if it doesn't work)

http://www.papworthhospital.nhs.uk/content.php?/education/cardiology_training_day_-_imaging

THE FOLLOWING TRAINING DAYS WILL BE:


MARCH 4TH, CT/ MRI AND CARDIOMYOPATHY

MAY 17TH,  CARDIAC INTERVENTION

ALSO, please bear in mind that the NATIONAL TRAINING DAY IS JUNE 6TH (VIA THE BCS) AND ALL SPRS ARE ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND, BUT PLEASE BOOK STUDY LEAVE FROM NOW!

PLEASE ENSURE THAT NON-ESSENTIAL COMMITMENTS ARE CANCELLED WELL IN ADVANCE TO FACILITATE ATTENDANCE

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