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Details re CPD and BSE re-accreditation credits (CME) are listed below.
The 'British Cardiovascular Society Annual Conference 2022' (code: 139343) has been approved for 18 credits by the Federation of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom for 18 category 1 (external) CPD credit(s).
The British Cardiovascular Society Annual Conference has been awarded 9 (3 per day) re-accreditation points by the British Society of Echocardiography’.
Please note: all sponsored symposia and industry hot topics are not eligible for CPD.
Affiliated Society sessions
COI Slide 2022
Conference Attendance Certificate 2022 (access to the 2022 certificate will be made available online following completion of the post conference feedback survey)
Dates of forthcoming conferences:
6 - 8 June 2022
5 - 7 June 2023
Faculty Guidelines 2022 (emailed to faculty directly)
Lifelong learning is an interactive Q&A session at the conference whereby all participants will vote using the software provided in the platform.
On Demand viewing of the 2021 conference. All registered delegates will be able to access the conference platform to view the entire programme on demand for up to 3 weeks following the event. After this, sessions will be available to view for one year via the BCS Members area.
Programme at a Glance (NB: this is subject to change at organisers discretion)
Press Accreditation - To apply, request an application form from, and return it completed to email@example.com
Slide Presentation Template 2022
Please click here to see more details on Manchester Central’s policy for delivery .
Conference Travel Grants (Allied Healthcare Professionals only)
Webcasts 2022 will be available after the conference has ended.
Other BCS Webcasts
Young Investigator Award (YIA) - Research competition encouraging greater dialogue & collaboration between basic & clinical scientists. The submission is a separate process from that governing the poster abstracts and consists of a brief communication limited to include abstract, introduction, methods, results, discussion and figure legends.