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Annual Meeting of the Association for Inherited Cardiac Conditions. Face to Face for AICC Members (limited tickets) and Online

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AICC HYBRID CONFERENCE: 'Updates and innovations in Inherited Cardiovascular Conditions (ICCs)'

Friday 10 December 2021 (Hallam Conference Centre, London or virtually via our dedicated virtual platform)

We are delighted to invite you to the AICC conference 2021 featuring national experts, including Professors Perry Elliott, Pier Lambiase, Nigel Wheeldon, Gerry Carr-White, Hugh Watkins and many more!

Whether you attend face-to-face or virtually, this hybrid meeting will provide you with an in-depth update on the latest developments in ICCs.

The sessions will be interactive and will offer great collaborative opportunities for our network and the wider ICC community.

We look forward to welcoming you either in person or via our virtual platform! Follow us online at #AICC2021


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PROGRAMME

AICC HYBRID CONFERENCE: Updates and innovations in ICCs

Friday 10 December 2021 (Hallam Conference Centre, London or virtually via our dedicated virtual platform)

08:00-08:50 Annual General Meeting (AICC Members only)

09:00-09:05 Welcome and introduction (Dr Jan Till, AICC President)

09:05-10:25 Session 1: Updates in inherited cardiac conditions (Chairs: Jan Till, Catherine Mercer, Eleanor Wicks)

09:10-09:25 Updates in cardiomyopathies

Prof Perry Elliott, Consultant Cardiologist, Barts Heart Centre & Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine, UCL Institute of Cardiovascular Science

09:25-09:40 Updates in channelopathies

Prof Pier Lambiase, Consultant Cardiologist, Barts Heart Centre & Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine, UCL Institute of Cardiovascular Science

09:40-09:55 Updates in aortopathies

Prof Nigel Wheeldon, Consultant Cardiologist, Sheffield NHS Foundation Trust

09:55-10:10 Mainstreaming genomics, genetic testing update and the future vision of ICC services

Dr Ed Blair, Consultant Clinical Geneticist, Oxford University Hospitals

10:10-10:25 Q&A session

10:25-10:45 Coffee

10:45-12:20 Session 2: Challenges, Pitfalls and Tips & Tricks in ICCs (Chairs: Sam Mohiddin, Nora Shannon, Alyssa Armsby)

10:50-11:05 Red flags in ICCs – what not to miss in the general clinic

Prof Gerald Carr-White, Consultant Cardiologist, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust

11:05-11:20 Practicalities of living with an ICC

Tootie Bueser, ICC Nurse and HEE/NIHR Clinical Doctoral Research Fellow

11:20-11:35 The drug I shouldn’t have given…

Dr Alison Muir, Consultant Cardiologist, Belfast City Hospital, Ireland

11:35-11:50 The genetic test I shouldn’t have done…

Dr Tessa Homfray, Consultant Geneticist, St Georges, London

11:50-12:05 The ICD I shouldn’t have implanted…

Dr Nigel Lewis, Consultant Cardiologist, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals

12:05-12:20 Q&A session

12:20 - 13:20 Lunch and networking

13:20-14:40 Session 3: Innovation and novel ways of working in ICCs (Chairs: John Dean, Claire Turner, Rachel Walker)

13:25-13:40 Digital health in ICCs: is techcelleration here to stay?

Prof Amitava Banerjee, Professor of Clinical Data Science, UCL Institute of Health Informatics & Consultant Cardiologist, Barts Heart Centre & UCLH, London

13:40-13:55 How to deliver effective virtual genetic counselling clinics

Kathryn Lubasch, Principal Genetic Counsellor, Oxford University Hospitals

13:55-14:10 Developing an ICC directory, network and national survey of existing ICC services

Dr Steve Page, Consultant Cardiologist, Leeds Teaching Hospital

14:10-14:25 How and when should ICC patients be followed up?

Dr Caroline Coats, Consultant Cardiologist, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow

14:25-14:40 Q&A session

14:40-15:00 Quick refresh with tea and cake

15:00-16:05 Session 4: Tackling SADs (Chairs: Juan Kaski, Mary Sheppard, Melanie Watson )

15:05-15:20 NHSE/BHF sudden cardiac death pilot – a novel program for capturing patients across the nation

Prof Elijah Behr, Professor in Cardiovascular Medicine and Honorary Consultant Cardiologist, St Georges Hospital, London

15:20-15:35 The role of the coroner and integrated working: New recommendations for change

Mrs Louise Hunt, HM Coroner for the City of Birmingham and Solihull

15:35-15:50 A patient pathway after cardiac arrest/sudden death & psychological support

Ellie Quinn, Genetic Counsellor, Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospital, London

15:50-16:05 Q&A session

16:05-16.50 Session 5: Keynote session (Chairs: Jan Till, Catherine Mercer, Eleanor Wicks)

16:10-16:35 The future role of cardio-genomics

Prof Hugh Watkins, Consultant Cardiologist and BHF Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford.

16:35-16:50 Q&A session

16:50 Concluding remarks, AICC President Dr Jan Till

* The programme is subject to last minutes changes due to the current situation with COVID-19 and potential redeployment of NHS staff

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