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Answers to'frequently asked questions'
and useful conference resources
NOTICE: Coronavirus (COVID-19). All British Cardiovascular Society events, including the Annual Conference on 1-3 June in Manchester are scheduled to go ahead as planned.
The Society is monitoring the situation closely and following the guidelines from UK government. Should the situation change, we will act accordingly and keep members fully informed.
CPD Accreditation for the Annual Conference
The British Cardiovascular Society Annual Conference 2019 (code: 124354) has been approved by the Federation of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom for 18 category 1 (external) CPD credit(s). Full conditions of approval are listed in the guidelines.
The British Society of Echocardiography award 3 BSE re-accreditation credits (CME) per day of attendance at the Conference.
COI Slide 2020
Conference attendance certificate 2020
Faculty Guidelines 2020
Floor Plan (NB: this is subject to change at organisers discretion)
Imaging training Information on sessions will be available soon.
Industry exhibitors and support
Lifelong learning is an interactive Q&A session at the conference whereby participants will vote via a keypad which will be provided on the day.
Map of Venue (NB: this is subject to change at organisers discretion)
Programme at a Glance (NB: this is subject to change at organisers discretion)
Press Accreditation - To apply, complete the application form and return to firstname.lastname@example.org
Simulator training Information on sessions will be available soon.
Slide Presentation Template 2020
Webcasts 2020 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.