Courses tagged with "Cardiology"

  • Blackout in the AMU: Who, when and how to investigate for cardiac causes | Dr Catherine Labinjoh
  • Collapse in the older patient | Dr Lara Mitchell
  • Vertigo: initial presentation to complex management | Dr Patrick Spielmann
  • The origin of symptoms in heart failure- replacing the dogma with data | Dr Klaus Witte
  • How to manage patients with difficult asthma | Dr Graham Burns
  • Lung cancer - common presentations and management | Dr Philip Reid
Category: Breathlessness
  • Preventing the arrest: Chest pain risk stratification + pathways | Dr Alasdair Gray
  • Cardiac arrest: an update on current guidelines | Mr John McGowan
  • When CPR is unlikely to be successful | Professor Robin Taylor

  • Recognising and treating the peri-arrest arrhythmia | Dr Andrew Turley
  • Advanced life support - when to start and when to stop | Dr Jerry Morse
  • Surviving a cardiac arrest: immediate and long term | Dr Graham Nimmo
  • Stable angina | Dr Nicholas Cruden
  • Improving Acute Coronary Syndrome Care in the Region | Professor David Newby
  • Chest pain & the thoracic aorta | Mr Roderick Chalmers
Category: Chest Pain
  • When to admit and when to discharge | Professor Nicholas L Mills
  • Update on acute PE management | Dr James Tiernan
  • Acute coronary syndromes | Dr Nicholas Boon
Category: Chest Pain
  • Upper GI bleed cause and initial management | Professor John Plevris
  • Acute upper GI bleeding: risk stratification and timing of endoscopy | Dr Norma McAvoy
  • Heart versus gut: what to do with anti-coagulants and anti-platelets? | Dr Peter Henriksen
  • How to approach palpitation | Dr Anne Scott
  • Palpitations and anti-arrhythmics: getting the combination right | Dr Christopher Lang
  • Update on anticoagulation in atrial fibrillation | Dr Ashley Nisbet
Category: Palpitations
  • Endocrine causes of palpitation | Dr Nicola Zammitt
  • Catheter ablation - who to refer to an electrophysiologist? | Dr Neil Grubb
  • Atrial fibrillation | Dr Andrew Flapan
Category: Palpitations
  • Cardiogenic shock | Dr Abdallah Al-Mohammad
  • Who and how to escalate | Dr Elizabeth Wilson
  • Neurogenic shock | Dr Paul Edgar
Category: Shocked Patient
  • Pathophysiology of shock | Dr Graham Nimmo
  • Hypovolaemic shock - how to stem the bleeding | Dr Carl Moores
  • What to do when immediate resuscitation fails | Dr Ian Mellor
Category: Shocked Patient
Day 1
  • Training for “Generation Me” | Dr Kim Walker
  • Lessons from mortality reviews | Professor Allen Hutchinson
  • How to develop resilient acute physicians: Investigate without prejudice | Mr Keith Conradi
  • Getting it right first time (GIRFT) | Professor Tim Briggs
  • Equality in health care | Dr Moira Connolly
  • Hospital at Home | Dr Scott Ramsay
  • Pushing the boundaries of ambulatory care | Dr Naomi Fox
  • Inflammatory bowel disease | Dr Gillian Bain
  • Toxicology - what is your poison? | Dr Euan Sandilands
  • Treatment refusal: A psychiatrist's tips for physicians | Dr Stephen Potts
  • Acute hyperglycaemia – a case based story | Dr Hannah Robertson
Day 2
  • Dementia friendly environments | Professor Emma Reynish and Dr Alison Dawson
  • The arts and dementia | Professor Tom Dening
  • All that's diabetes in the young is not Type 1 - insights into differential diagnosis | Professor Nihal Thomas
  • Does white matter disease matter? | Professor Vincent Mok
  • The role of apps for clinician and patient | Dr Rupert Page
  • Alder Hey - Cognitive Hospital | Mr Iain Hennessey
  • Cardiology: high sensitivity troponin | Dr Anne Scott
  • Endocrine emergencies | Dr Stephanie Baldeweg
  • Neurology: Moments of weakness | Professor John Paul Leach
  • Respiratory update | Dr William McConnell

  • Continuing challenges in diabetic pregnancy | Professor David McCance
  • Acute medical problems in pregnancy | Dr Anita Banerjee
  • Advances in resuscitation decision making: going beyond DNACPR | Dr Jonathan Fuld
  • End of life care - where do we go from here? | Professor Bee Wee
  • Prescribing challenges in renal disease | Dr Thalakunte Muniraju
  • Medical problems in transplant patients | Professor Peter Hayes
  • Glycaemic control during acute illness | Professor Mark Strachan
  • Bradycardias and tachycardias on the acute take | Dr Neil Grubb
  • Hypertensive emergencies | Dr Isla Mackenzie
  • Cystic fibrosis...what's new? | Professor J Stuart Elborn
  • Venous thromboembolism | Professor Gerard Stansby
  • Violent and aggressive patients on the AMU? | Professor Rowan Harwood
  • How I treat...gout | Dr Mike McMahon
  • Functional (psychogenic) disorders in neurology | Dr Jon Stone
  • Bedside assessment of the older person with dizziness | Dr Joanna Lawson
  • Am I safe to play sport? | Dr James Robson
  • Am I safe to fly? | Professor Davie Gradwell
  • Am I safe to drive? | Dr Declan Whelan
  • A case that changed my practice | Dr Robert Mactier
  • A real hard man | Dr Edward Fitzsimons
  • A case that changed my practice | Dr Andrew Flapan
  • Heart failure with preserved ejection fraction (HFpEF) – new horizons for diagnosis and treatment | Professor John Cleland
  • Lipids – from statins to proprotein convertase subtilisin/kexin type 9 inhibitors (PCSK9) | Dr Derek Connolly
  • Precision medicine and hypertension | Professor Dame Anna Dominiczak
  • Antithrombotic treatment for atrial fibrillation in 2018 | Professor Menno Huisman
  • Venous thromboembolism: Risk-adjusted treatment, secondary prophylaxis | Professor Stavros Konstantinides
Category: Cardiology
  • Mitral valve disease in the developing world | Dr Rick Steeds
  • Endocarditis - state of the art 2017 | Dr Susanna Price
  • Cardiac complications of cancer therapeutics: the emergence of cardio-oncology | Dr Alex Lyon
  • 'Troponinitis' - when not to call a raised troponin an acute coronary syndrome? | Dr Stuart Hutcheon
  • Medical emergencies in Adult Congenital Heart Disease (ACHD) | Dr Niki Walker
Category: Cardiology
  • Atrial fibrillation | Professor Paulus Kirchhof
  • Heart failure | Professor John McMurray
  • Stable angina and coronary heart disease | Professor Pamela Douglas
  • Acute coronary syndromes | Drs Shrilla Banerjee and Smriti Saraf
  • End of life care in cardiovascular disease management – when is “enough is enough” | Dr Michael Stewart
Category: Cardiology
  • Risks and benefits of testosterone therapy in men | Dr Channa Jayasena
  • Flash monitoring: A revolution in diabetes care | Dr Fraser Gibb
  • How I manage hyponatraemia | Professor Chris Thompson
  • How do I manage... Adrenal crisis? | Dr Marie Freel
  • Thyroid storms | Dr Mark Vanderpump
  • Cardiovascular risk and outcomes in an era of outcome studies | Professor Sarah Wild
  • How do I investigate suspected secondary hypertension | Dr Marie Freel
  • When and what to test in the patient with suspected monogenic diabetes | Professor Andrew Hattersley
  • When and what to test in the patient with pituitary incidentaloma | Professor Peter Trainer
  • Putting insulin resistance into context by dietary reversal of type 2 diabetes | Professor Roy Taylor
  • Unusual thyroid function tests and disorders of the pituitary-thyroid axis | Professor Krishna Chatterjee
  • Infectious diseases | Dr Alisdair MacConnachie
  • Heart failure | Dr John Baxter
  • Respiratory medicine update | Dr Richard Stretton
  • Frailty in the emergency department (ED) | Dr Charlotte Bates
  • Frailty in the operating room (OR) | Mr Iain McCallum
  • Oncology: Checking up on checkpoint inhibitors | Dr Anna Olsson-Brown
  • The Social Media Revolution: The opportunities for medicine | Dr Matt Graham-Brown
  • Assessment, classification and outcomes of patients with myocardial injury and infarction | Dr Andrew Chapman
  • Genetics: Genetic data in the medical consultation | Professor Mary Porteous
  • Infectious diseases: Old bugs, new drugs | Dr Alisdair MacConnachie
  • Medical haematology: breaking blood | Dr James Russell
  • Parkinsonian puzzles | Dr Conor Maguire
  • Radiology quiz | Dr George Tse
  • Panel discussion - Improving flexibility in training | Dr Jennifer Lees, Dr Michael Farquhar, Professor Jane Mamelok, Professor Peter Trainer, Professor Derek Bell, Dr Marcus Lyall
  • 18F-Fluoride PET-CT - a novel imaging assessment to predict bioprosthetic valve failure | Dr Timothy Cartlidge
  • Haemoptysis | Dr Anne Jones
  • De-mystifying myoclonus | Dr Russell Hewett
  • A near fatal cause of lower back pain| Dr Wan Shun Wong
  • Gut feelings - an interesting differential for IBS | Dr Teqwen Ecclestone
  • Sepsis ?Source | Dr Ejaz Rahman
  • Missed opportunities to diagnose syphilis prior to the development of sight-losing uveitis | Dr John Widdrington
  • Panel discussion - reinvigorating the role of the medical trainee | Dr Andrew Chapman, Professor Derek Bell, Professor David Black, Professor Sheona MacLeod, Dr Katherine Walesby
  • The unknown overdose | Professor Simon Thomas
  • Changing hospital care over the next decade and the role of the medical trainee | Mr Jim Mackey
  • Cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging for the investigation of coronary heart disease | Dr David P Ripley
  • Heart failure and chronic kidney disease | Dr Brian Murphy
  • The patient with proteinuria | Dr Alison Brown
  • Thrombophilia, venous thrombosis and novel anticoagulants | Dr Ron Kerr
  • Can a finger prick test be used to diagnose cancer? Lessons from the oesophageal cancer model | Dr Hasan Haboubi
  • Individualising care for complex patients (in their primary/secondary care interface) | Dr James Shaw
  • Palliative care: community and secondary care interface | Ms Lynn Magro and Dr Rosie Conway
Plenary talks
  • Population health | Sir Iain Chalmers
  • Population health now and in the future | Professor Sir Muir Gray
  • Workforce-the bigger picture | Professor Nigel Edwards
  • Hands on education | Professor Abraham Verghese
  • Patients as co-authors of care | Sally Magnusson
  • Patients as co-authors of care | Simon Denegri
Parallel sessions

Optimising care in the acute setting | Diabetes-the journey | Gastroenterology-an update | Tuberculosis-ever present | Learning through simulation | Trainees in AIM | Fall prevention in the AMU

The future of acute care | Cutting edge cardiology | Cases that changed my practice | Respiratory-the failing lung | Obesity-the good and the bad | Mental & physical wellbeing | Integrated care

Perspectives in sepsis | Clinical therapeutic advances | Research in acute care | Lung cancer-are we making a difference? | The changing face of self harm

Practical hints for improvement of quality culture | Acute medicine international perspective, acute care systems | Future hospital update | What does the future hold? Exploring three horizons of medicine | Focused acute medicine ultrasound-an update

Renal medicine | Maternal medicine | Clinical medicine-back to the future | Pharmacogenetics in clinical practice | Endocrinology | Evolution of intensive care | Nurses education in the AMU | Holistic advances

Neurology-a clinical update | Acute medicine-stepping forward | Thromboembolism-a difficult problem | Liver disease | Transitional medicine-are we listening? | Nurses advanced roles in the AMU | Medicine in hostile environments

Caring for the older patient | What's on the horizon | The different faces of substance abuse | Optimal use of IT in medicine | Sustaining change in healthcare-a global challenge | Person-centred care-the future | Nurses-acute medicine: the future | Listening to the patient

  • What happens in the heart in CKD? | Dr Patrick Mark
  • Skipping a beat - arrhythmia in CKD - devices/anticoagulation? | Dr Paul Kalra
  • I am more than a number - I am a person | Dr Sue Pound
  • Novel combined management approaches to patients with diabetes, CKD and cardiovascular disease | Dr Jonas Spaak
  • New treatments for an old disease: which patients with ADPKD may benefit? | Dr Richard Sandford
Category: Renal
  • Breathlessness - heart, lungs or neither | Dr Luke Howard
  • Sub-massive pulmonary embolism (PE) | Professor David Kiely
  • Interstitial lung disease (ILD): selecting patients for new treatments | Dr Nik Hirani
  • Lung cancer: targeting the gene | Professor Sam Janes
  • Inhaled therapies in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD): does one size fit all? | Professor Claus Franz Vogelmeier
Category: Respiratory

Specialty case: Paroxysmal palpitations in Pakistan | Dr Celine Haines, Dr Matthew Bates, Dr Ifti Fazal, and Dr Stephen Lord
Self-assessment and completion certificate

Specialty case: chest pain, nausea and sweating | Dr Tom Green
Self-assessment and completion certificate

Three 90 minute lectures with examples, information, and advice on what to expect in the MRCP(UK) PACES exam:

  • Evening 1 - PACES exam format and Station 1 (abdominal and respiratory examinations) | Dr Nicola Zammitt and Dr Sue Pound
  • Evening 2 - Station 3 (cardiovascular system and nervous system examinations) | Dr Nicola Zammitt and Dr Tom MacKay
  • Evening 3 - Station 5 (clinical consultation) and Stations 2 and 4 | Dr Nicola Zammitt and Professor Andrew Elder
  • Immunology, liver disease & coffee: My career in academic medicine and tips on how to survive | Professor David Adams
  • Is metabolic syndrome in mid-life associated with increased risk of frailty at age 69? Findings from a British birth cohort study | Dr Elizabeth Thomas
  • Immune Extracellular Vesicles as Novel Quantitative Biomarkers of Acute Renal Transplant Rejection? | Anna Kennedy
  • Does sepsis fall victim to the weekend effect? | Melissa Premchand
  • The Negative Appendicectomy Rate: A New Gender Gap? | Laura McKinlay
  • Assessing the utility of simple measures of frailty in older hospital-based cardiology patients | Yong Yong Tew
  • Training for the future | Dr Emily Ward
  • NIHR: health research in 2030 | Professor Stephen Smye