Find opportunities to meet and learn from other health professionals interested in blood fats and cardiovascular disease
The HEART UK FH Intelligence Network
The FH Intelligence Network provides an opportunity to help overcome workplace situations and identify solutions to help implement and run an effective FH service.
Calls are open to health care professionals delivering, or commissioning FH services.
For dial-in details please contact Simon Williams.
Lipid interest group
The Lipid Interest Group open to all nurses and allied health professionals with an interest in cholesterol and other blood fats (lipids).
The group aims to:
- Help educate health care professionals and patients on all aspects related to lipids;
- Network and support those working in lipids;
- Promote up to date research and information on lipid problems and their treatments
- Identify new and current lipid clinics in the UK and those health care professionals involved with them.
We send out a ‘round robin’ every 2 months, which includes articles, information, recent research, case studies or anything related to raised lipids and their treatment which would be of interest to the members. We also share information on upcoming conferences, meetings and study days. Any member of the group can contribute/volunteer to do this.
Contact Tina Dawson for more details and free membership.
The HEART UK Nutrition Academy
HEART UK's Nutrition Academy provides support to health care professionals providing dietary advice to patients with lipid conditions, including complex and rare conditions.
The Nutrition Academy aims to improve the standard of nutritional advice and support received by patients with lipid conditions and offers a developing range of online support, training and advice for health care professionals.
Annual Scientific Conference
The HEART UK Annual Scientific Conference provides an excellent networking opportunity for health care professionals from across the country.
The 2018 conference focused on cholesterol management in the future and reflected the current period of change in health care delivery and expectation.