Join HEART UK's CPD approved annual conference livestream in July 2021
Having delivered a hugely successful 5 date conference live stream throughout July hear what people said about the programme...
100% of evaluation responses agreed that they would be able to apply the learnings in their day to day practice to improve patient outcomes?
"... getting right up-to-date with the latest medicine and scientific evidence in order to
deliver the best possible care to our patients with FH"
Sign up and gain up to 11 category 1 (external) CPD credits at this CPD approved conference.
".... the meeting programme struck the perfect balance between research, scientific and clinically relevant material that can be transferred to patient care immediately"
All sessions were live streamed and are now available on demand to registered attendees for 3 months following the conference.
The programme will offer interactive sessions which will be live streamed giving you the opportunity to participate in discussions and ask questions.
Offering a mix of plenary sessions, sponsored symposia, oral abstracts, posters, exhibition and networking opportunities.
The virtual conference will offer a wider audience reach, sustainable footprint, whilst benefitting attendees with reduced registration fees and no travel costs.
"... loved the variety of the lectures involved in dietary, surgical, statistics, current and future plans & pharmaceutical aspects"
Who should attend?
Consultants, SpRs, Chemical Pathologists, Clinical Lipidologists, Geneticists, Cardiologists, Vascular Surgeons, Stroke Physicians, General Practitioners, GPs with Specialist Interest in CVD, Physicians, Diabetologists, Scientists and researchers in cardiovascular diseases, Specialist FH nurses, Specialist lipid nurses, Practice nurses, Dietitians, Nutritionists, Ancillary health professionals, Caring Professionals, Community Pharmacists, Directors of Public Health, Healthcare Commissioners.
Other HCP's * - £45.00
Qualified Doctor ** - £90.00
Students - £25.00
Industry professionals - £150.00
* Other HCP's - Health prof nurses, dietitians, ancillary health professionals
** Qualified doctor - incl SPRs
Industry professionals - pharma, other commercial organisations
Registration permits access to the virtual platform across all 5 programme days.
The programme will also be available to registered attendees on demand for a set period following the conference.
Abstracts - oral and poster:
Presented oral and moderated poster abstracts at the conference will be published by Elsevier post conference ONLINE ONLY in Atherosclerosis PLUS.
Congratulations to our prize winners for 2021:
Rianna Wingett Award winners - Beyond the Call of Duty for FH
(each receiving a prize of £150)
Moyra Cather (Familial Hypercholesterolaemia Specialist Lead Nurse, Department of Clinical Genetics, Belfast City Hospital)
Clare Neuwirth (Lipid Specialist Nurse at Hammersmith Hospital)
Bill Richmond Award for the Best Medical & Scientific Oral Presentation - £400
Celia Duff-Farrier (Bristol, UK)
APOE gene testing in FH referrals – the story so far
John Betteridge Award for the Best Healthcare Oral Presentation - £400
Jayne Haigh (Hampshire, UK)
Identifying familial hypercholesterolemia (FH) in Hampshire general medical practices: a systematic approach – Interim Results
Moderated Poster Presentation Prizes - £150 and £75
Winner: Arushan Kirubakaran (London, UK)
Prospective evaluation of the FAMCAT tool to identify Familial Hypercholesterolaemia (FH) in primary care
Runner up: Eun Ji Kim (London, UK)
Severe dyslipidaemia associated with dual heterozygosity for 2 genes causing hyperalpalipoproteinaemia
Oral presentations are available to view on demand on the virtual platform.
Over 25 unmoderated posters are available to view as PDFs within the Poster Hall throughout the conference.
Key deadline dates 2021:
Abstract submission: 23:59 hrs - Monday 15 March - CLOSED
Abstract authors notified of outcome: Notified by email on 13 and 14 April
Rianna Wingett award deadline: 23:59 hrs – Monday 12 April - CLOSED
Deadline for registration refunds or cancellations (non negotiable): 23:59 hrs – Friday 18 June
(No refunds will be given after this time although replacements can be made)
Final delegate confirmations emailed: Monday 21 June
34th Annual Medical & Scientific Virtual Conference: 7 | 13 | 15 | 20 | 22 July
CPD approved via the RCP:
The 'HEART UK 34th Annual Medical & Scientific Virtual Conference - Hypercholesterolaemia ? familial or not?' has been approved by the Federation of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom for 11 category 1 (external) CPD credit(s).
British Dietetic Association endorsement:
2019 conference highlights:
Presentation to prize winners (L - R):
Poster prize runner up: Medhi Mirzazadeh (collected on behalf of recipient by Gordon Ferns); People's Choice poster winner: Bethanie Garside; Best Heath Care oral presentation abstract winner: Jillian Webster; Poster prize winner: Jai Celga; Prizes presented by: Alan Rees
Rianna Wingett award winner: Emma Neves. Presented by Alan Rees
Clinical Lipidology Live panel members (L - R)
Alison Pottle, Nigel Capps, Jai Celga. Facilitator Dev Datta
Myant lecturer: Professor Sir Stephen O'Rahilly
Conference dinner - a taste of Bollywood
If you are interested in sponsoring or supporting the conference, please contact the conference logistics office for more details and a sponsorship prospectus.
All sponsorship is booked on a first come, first served basis.
T: +44 (0) 1543 503 322
2019 conference feedback:
- 97% said the conference in 2019 exceeded their expectations.
- 90% said they would attend again in 2020.
- "Once again the meeting programme struck the perfect balance between research, scientific and clinically relevant material that can be transferred to patient care immediately."
- "... an excellent balance of basic science and clinical applicability."
- "... loved the variety of the lectures involved in dietary, surgical, statistics, current & future plans & pharmaceuticals aspects."
- "Talks were of practical value for my own clinical practice. Environment was good for networking."
The conference is sponsored by various organisations. These organisations have had no input into the development of the programme, or influenced the choice of speakers. But excluding the sponsored symposia sessions where the programme is developed and speakers identified by the sponsor.