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The Paediatric Cardiology team at Evelina London Children’s Hospital will be hosting the next Paediatric Cardiology Network study day on Wednesday 4th October 2017.

This study day will cover discussions on a number of topics including, Neonatal pulmonary hypertension and Fetal cardiology: An introduction. You will also hear on guideline updates, with an opportunity to network.

This day is open to all Consultant PECs, link Paediatricians, Paediatric Trainees with an interest in becoming an expert in Cardiology, Clinical Nurse Specialists and Cardiac Physiologists.




Programme outline

09.30-09.45 - Registration

09.45-10.30 - Neonatal pulmonary hypertension: causes and echo evaluation, Lead by: Dr Sadia Quyam, ELCH

10.30-11.15 - Fetal cardiology: An introduction. Strengths and limitations, Lead by: Prof. John Simpson, ELCH

11.15-11.45 - Refreshments and discussion

11.45-12.30 - Neonatal arrhythmia (tachy/bradycardias), Lead by: Prof. Eric Rosenthal, ELCH

12.30-13.00 - Guideline updates (Prostaglandin: Brighton and Captopril: ELCH)

13.00-13.40 - Lunch

13.40-13.45 - Close of programme for those attending the Paediatric Cardiology MDM. For trainees, the programme will continue as follows:

13.45-14.45 - The breathless neonate, Lead by: Consultant and trainee

14.15-15.45 - Congenital cyanotic heart disease: case based, Lead by: Consultant and trainee

15.45-16.00 - Evaluation, topic suggestions for next meeting and close




This study day is free to attend.





Light refreshments and lunch provided.





For queries, please contact:

Jenna Heath, Specialist Networks Education Coordinator.

Email: EvelinaNetwork@gstt.nhs.uk

Tel: 020 7188 7188 ext. 58021

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