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Pulmonary Embolism & Pulmonary Hypertension: Diagnosis and Management – 2018 Workshop

>>> THIS MEETING HAS NOW BEEN POSTPONED <<<

Due to unforeseen circumstances we have been forced to postpone this workshop until further notice. Please visit this page again to be informed on the new date.

 

 

St George’s University of London presents:

Pulmonary Embolism & Pulmonary Hypertension: Diagnosis & Management

A full-day Practical & Interactive Workshop with special focus on PE & PH in Women, Preoperative Assessment and Anaesthesia Risks


Programme Director
Professor B. Madden
Cardiovascular and Cell Sciences Research Institute, St George’s, University of London, UK


Meeting Objectives
This interactive, practical, workshop aims to:

-Improve awareness of diagnosis and treatment of PE & PH

-Gain insight into PH and PE in women, pregnancy and other related conditions

-Increase awareness of risks confronting the anaesthetist

-Gain insight into risk stratification and periop issues

-Promote early diagnosis and patient referral, as appropriate

-Discuss new pharmacological treatments

-Promote guideline recommended referral pathways and management


Target audience & Registration fees
This meeting’s scientific programme offers a wide scope that will be of interest to anaesthetists, respiratory medicine consultants and trainees, cardiology consultants and trainees, haematology consultants and trainees, general practitioners and general medicine trainees, nurses, health professionals with an interest in pulmonary hypertension and pulmonary embolism.

This workshop is offered for free to UK residents. If you are not a UK resident please get in touch to receive information on how to participate.


Credits
This educational activity  has been approved by the Federation of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom for 6 category 1 (external) CPD credit(s).


Sponsorship

All sponsors have provided a sponsorship grant to support this meeting and have had no input into its content.