The meeting programme is aimed at all health and academic professionals involved in the care of patients with cardiovascular and kidney disease, including cardiologists/cardiovascular physicians, nephrologists, diabetologists, general practitioners, nursing practitioners, clinical pharmacists, medical scientists and allied health professionals.
|Chair: Lisa Anderson, Consultant Cardiologist (St. George's Hospital, London)|
|09.35||Diabetes and cardiorenal disease: insult added to injuryPeter Winocour, Consultant Physician and Clinical Director for Diabetes and Endocrine Services (East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust)
|10.00||A renal perspective: giving CREDENCE to LEADERSs in the field David Lappin, Consultant Nephrologist (Galway University Hospitals, Ireland)
|10.20||A cardiology perspective: treating the CVD patient with diabetes – what do I do? Julian Halcox, Chair in Cardiology (Swansea University Medical School); Consultant Cardiologist (Swansea Bay University Health Board)
|Chair: Philip Kalra, Professor of Renal Medicine (University of Manchester) and Consultant Nephrologist (Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust)|
|11:10||a) Nephrology trials David C Wheeler, Professor of Kidney Medicine (University College London); Honorary Consultant Nephrologist (Royal Free NHS Foundation Trust, London)
|11:35||b) Cardiology trials Geraint Morton, Consultant Cardiologist (Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust)
|Chairs: Matthew Graham-Brown, Specialist Registrar in Renal Medicine, (University Hospitals of Leicester), and Chair of the UK and Ireland RA Nephrology SpR Club; Rosita Zakeri, King’s College London Prize Fellow/post-CCT Fellow in Cardiology (King’s College Hospital, London) and BJCA representative|
|12:00||Dreams and realities of new geneticsPeter Conlon, Consultant in Nephrology and Renal Transplantation, (Beaumont Hospital, Dublin, Ireland)
|12:25||The British Geriatrics Society – CV Forum Lecture: manage frailty effectively or manage decline – your choiceNigel Beckett, Consultant Physician in Geriatric and GIM (Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, London)
|Chairs: Ted McDermott, Consultant Urologist (Tallaght and St James Hospitals, Dublin, Ireland); Amar Puttanna, Consultant in Diabetes and Endocrinology (Good Hope Hospital, Sutton Coldfield)|
|13:50||The great debate
The high risk cardiovascular disease patient – Who seeks them out and treats them best?
– Answer... the cardiologistDerek Connolly, Consultant Cardiologist (Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust)
|– Answer... the lipid specialist/endocrinologistHandrean Soran, Consultant Physician and Endocrinologist (Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester)
|14:35||Assessing cardiovascular risk prior to renal transplantation Durga Kanigicherla, Renal Physician (Manchester Royal Infirmary, Manchester)
|15:00||British Heart Foundation Lecture:
Diabetic cardiomyopathy – advances in understandingGerry McCann, Professor of Cardiac Imaging, Honorary Consultant Cardiologist (University of Leicester and NIHR Leicester Cardiovascular Biomedical Research Unit)
|Chair: Rachael James, Consultant Cardiologist and Deputy Medical Director (Standards) (Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust)|
|15:50||Pregnancy in women with cardiorenal disease – priorities for practice Kate Bramham, Consultant Nephrologist (King’s College Hospital, London)
|Chair: David Mulcahy, Consultant Cardiologist (Tallaght University Hospital, Dublin, Ireland)|
|16:20||i) AmyloidCarol Whelan, Consultant Cardiologist (Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust)|
|16:40||ii) Anticoagulation in multimorbidityAmeenathul Mazaya Fawzy, Specialist Registrar in Cardiology (Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust)|
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