Physicians' Academy for Cardiovascular Education

Master Class London

June 17, 2011

Advanced CV risk management in Cardiology

Held on June 17-18, 2011   View programme & teaching slides
 

Experts from the different famous institutes in the London area provided introductions in the most important areas cardiology & vascular medicine, such as management of lipids and blood pressure, diabetes and more insights in involving new cardiovascular guidelines that will impact clinical practice in the upcoming years

 


View the presentations held during the Master Class

 
 

The case for intensive lipid management: The opportunities and issues for cardiologists

Prof. D John Betteridge,
Emeritus Professor of Endocrinology and Metabolism UCL
Associate Dean Royal Society of Medicine, Consultant Physician, University College London Hospitals

 

 

Managing acute stroke: What should cardiologists know?

Prof. Charlie Davie
UCL Partners Stroke Lead
University College London
 

Genes for CV prediction & treatment: Fact or Fiction?

Prof. Steve Humphries
University College London
 

Beyond blood pressure: Benefits of multi risk factor management

Prof Richard Hobbs
Professor and Head of Primary Health Care
University of Oxford
 

How to develop a national strategy to prevent cardiovascular disease?

Prof. Roger Boyle
National Director for Heart Disease and Stroke
University College London, Department of Health,  London
 

Why should cardiologist be concerned about cardio metabolic risk?

Prof. D John Betteridge,
Emeritus Professor of Endocrinology and Metabolism UCL
Associate Dean Royal Society of Medicine,
Consultant Physician, University College London Hospitals
 
 

The big challenge for prevention: Making CV therapies more effective

Prof Richard Hobbs
Professor and Head of Primary Health Care
University of Oxford
 
 

Managing the acute coronary syndrome: What is new?

Prof. Adam Timmis
Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry
University of London

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