Arrhythmia Alliance News & Events

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For Clinicians

The British Journal of Cardiology Update

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COVID-19 lockdown led to reduction in warfarin patients being in therapeutic range

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Further evidence that COVID-19 pandemic has led to indirect cardiovascular deaths

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NICOR publishes “ACID Test” report on how national audit data can improve services

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Supporting Patients Living with Covid-19 Long Term Effects

Supporting Patients Living with Covid-19 Long Term Effects

Wednesday 9th December 2020, Virtual Conference Chaired by Dr Emma Ladds Academic Clinical Fellow Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford, who has been involved in producing a report for the House of Lords Select Committee alongside Prof Trish Greenhalgh detailing the issues around Long Covid and some wider research in this area, this virtual CPD conference focuses on delivering services to support people who are living with long term effects of covid-19. For more information visit: www.healthcareconferencesuk.co.uk/Long-Covid or email kerry@hc-uk.org.uk Follow on Twitter @HCUK_Clare #longcovid

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PCCS: Type 2 diabetes and heart failure in primary care: identification and novel therapies webinar

PCCS: Type 2 diabetes and heart failure in primary care: identification and novel therapies webinar

The Primary Care Cardiovascular Society is delivering a FREE webinar that will explore the challenges associated with identifying heart failure in patients with diabetes within the primary care setting and will examine the latest clinical advances in managing these patients, exploring new therapeutic strategies, including SGLT2 inhibition, fit into current treatment algorithms. The webinar will be held this Wednesday 9th December from 7pm-8pm. Please register for free, here: https://pccsuk.org/2020/en/page/astrazeneca-webinar-registration

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PROGRESS 2020: A “Case-Report” Meeting on Pacing and Electrophysiology

PROGRESS 2020: A “Case-Report” Meeting on Pacing and Electrophysiology

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Improving End of Life Care for people with Cardiovascular Disease & Heart Failure

Improving End of Life Care for people with Cardiovascular Disease & Heart Failure

Improving End of Life Care for people with Cardiovascular Disease & Heart Failure WEDNESDAY 2 DEC 2020 The Studio Conference Centre, Manchester This conference focuses on improving end of life care for people with Cardiovascular Disease and Heart Failure through a person centred approach. Through national updates and practical case studies the conference aims to support you to meet the end of life care needs for people with heart disease. The conference will also discuss starting difficult conversations: talking to people with heart failure about end of life care & advance care planning, and understanding progression of Heart Failure: Predicting and recognising last days of life and managing uncertainty. For further information please visit https://www.healthcareconferencesuk.co.uk/conferences-masterclasses/end-of-life-cardiovascular-disease-heart-failure or email kerry@hc-uk.org.uk Follow the conference on Twitter #CardioEoL @hcuk_Clare A 20% Discount is available with code hcuk20aaa

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Arrhythmia Alliance’s “Outstanding Individual” winner Dr John Bourke retires at the end of an illustrious career of putting patients first

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23rd BSH Annual Autumn Meeting - 2020 Vision for Heart Failure

23rd BSH Annual Autumn Meeting - 2020 Vision for Heart Failure

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