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Southeast London Regional Inherited Cardiac Conditions Study Day & Network Meeting

King's Health Partners Inherited Cardiac Conditions Service and Cardiomyopathy UK

Friday, 2 November 2018 from 08:30 to 17:00 (GMT)

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This is a joint event organised by King's Health Partners Inherited Cardiac Conditions Service and Cardiomyopathy UK to deliver a comprehensive programme covering diagnosis, genetic testing and management of cardiomyopathies and other inherited cardiac conditions. There will be the opportunity to network with other clinical colleagues over refreshments.

In addition, there will be a network meeting after the educational sessions to facilitate service development.

Programme 

8.30

Registration

 

9.00

Welcome and aims of the day

Gerry Carr-White

Consultant Cardiologist & Lead for ICC, KHP

9.10

Diagnosis and risk stratification in Hypertrophic   Cardiomyopathy

Jess Webb

Consultant Cardiologist, GSTT

9.30

Diagnosis and risk stratification in Dilated   Cardiomyopathy & Arrhythmogenic Cardiomyopathy

Rachel Bastiaenen

Consultant Cardiologist, GSTT, KCH

9.50

Diagnosis and Treatment of amyloid

Tevfik Ismail

Consultant Cardiologist, GSTT

10.10

Management of left ventricular outflow tract   obstruction in Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy

Nabeel Sheikh

Consultant Cardiologist, GSTT, KCH

10.30

Left Ventricular Non-compaction Cardiomyopathy, Fabry   and other phenocopies

Gherardo Finocchiaro

Consultant Cardiologist, Croydon University Hospital

10.50

Break

 

11.20

Investigating Sudden death families

Laurence Nunn

Consultant Cardiologist, Maidstone Hospital

11.40

Diagnosis and Risk stratification in long QT and   Brugada Syndrome

Mike Cooklin

Consultant Electrophysiologist, GSTT

12.00

Genetic testing in inherited cardiac conditions; who and when

Leema Robert

Consultant Clinical Geneticist, GSTT

12.20

Phenotypic screening in inherited cardiac conditions; who and when

Chiara Cirillo

Cardiology Fellow, GSTT

12.40

Familial Hypercholesterolaemia

Tony Wierzbicki

Consultant in Metabolic Medicine, GSTT

13.00

Lunch

 

13.40

Aortopathies

Leema Robert

 

14.00

Neuromuscular Diseases

Stam Kapetanakis

Consultant Cardiologist, GSTT

14.20

Role of the genetics nurse / counsellor

Tootie Bueser

Lead Cardiac Genetic Nurse, KHP

14.40

Patient experience / Working with Cardiomyopathy UK

Joel Rose

CEO, Cardiomyopathy UK

Alison Fielding

Chair, Cardiomyopathy UK

15.00

Summary and Close

Gerry Carr-White

 


***There will be a network meeting immediately after the event in the Seminar Room, Clinical Genetics, 7th Floor Borough Wing, Guy’s Hospital***

Please contact Hannah Wicks, ICC Pathway Coordinator

Email: hannah.foster12@nhs.net

Phone: 02071887188 ext 56693

 

Do you have questions about Southeast London Regional Inherited Cardiac Conditions Study Day & Network Meeting? Contact King's Health Partners Inherited Cardiac Conditions Service and Cardiomyopathy UK

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Robens Suite, 29th Floor, Tower Wing
Guy’s Hospital
Great Maze Pond
SE1 9RT London
United Kingdom

Friday, 2 November 2018 from 08:30 to 17:00 (GMT)


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King's Health Partners Inherited Cardiac Conditions Service and Cardiomyopathy UK

King's Health Partners Inherited Cardiac Conditions Service is one of the largest specialist units in the UK providing comprehensive care and expertise to patients and their families affected by ICCs.

Cardiomyopathy UK is the leading heart muscle disease charity.


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