2020-07-16 17:30:00 2020-07-16 17:30:00 Europe/London CaReMe Webinar Featuring presentations from key opinion leaders covering the interface between heart failure, renal disease and diabetes including the latest... Australia Carolyn Hargreaves (BCS) carolyn.hargreaves@bcs.com

Featuring presentations from key opinion leaders covering the interface between heart failure, renal disease and diabetes including the latest clinical trial data.

Programme

17:30-17:35
Welcome & introduction by the Chair (Prof Martin Cowie)

17:35-17:50
Diabetes, cardiac and renal disease - adding insult to injury (Dr Peter Winocour)

17:50-18:05
Diabetes and Cardiovascular outcome trials (Dr Dipesh Patel)

18:05-18:20
Contemporary management of heart failure (Dr Simon Williams)

18:20-18:35
Avoiding Acute Kidney Injury in heart failure (Dr Debasish Banerjee)

18:35-18:55
Panel discussion and Q&A

19:00 Meeting close

CaReMe Partnership

CaReMe is a collaboration between the British Cardiovascular Society, the Renal Association and the Association of British Clinical Diabetologists. The three professional Societies, along with the Primary Care Cardiovascular Society and the Primary Care Diabetes Society have formed the Cardio-Renal-Metabolic (CaReMe) partnership with the aim of improving the management of patients with diabetes, cardiovascular and renal disease.

The Boehringer Ingelheim and Lilly Diabetes Alliance (The Alliance) have sponsored this webinar by contributing to the costs of audio-visual provision and webinar hosting. The Alliance has had no input into the agenda topics, meeting content or speaker selection. SGLT2 inhibitors are not licensed in the UK to treat heart failure.

Information

The link to attend the webinar will be emailed to you in advance of the event.

Offering up to 2 CPD points through the Royal College of Physicians, the CaReMe webinar is a great way to help meet your revalidation or training requirements.

Registration is now closed

Event Details

Meeting - General

1 hour and 30 minutes
16 Jul - 16 Jul 2020

VenueVirtual Webinar

Address Virtual Webinar

Contact

NameBCS Education & Courses

Tel +44 (0) 20 7383 3887

E-mail courses@bcs.com

Website www.britishcardiovascularsociety.org

Organisation BCS, RA & ABCD

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