Programme at a glance

Programme at a glance

BCS Virtual Annual Conference 2021

View the programme at a glance.

Programme at a glance 2021

The below highlights are a selection of confirmed sessions.

Monday 7 June 2021

'Highlights at a Glance'

1pm - Opening Ceremony

2pm - Trainee Day: MDT Live

3pm - Maternal Cardiology - Valve Disease in Pregnancy

4pm - Multi-modality Imaging Day: Imaging in infiltrative myocardial disease - Which test and why?

5pm - The British Heart Foundation Lecture: Prof Salim Yusuf will be speaking on

'Environmental, risk factors and health systems - relative impact on CVD and mortality'

Followed by the BHF Reception at 6pm

Tuesday 8 June 2021

'Highlights at a Glance'

1pm - BCIS - Coronary revascularisation after ISCHEMIA: MDT in context

1pm - BHRS - Pacing Horizons

2pm - CaReMe UK: Cardiac, Renal and Metabolic UK Partnership session on Heart Failure

3pm - The BCS Young Investigators Award Competition & Presentations

3pm - Industry 'Hot Topics':

Detect, differentiate and diagnose: identifying and managing ATTR-CM
Promotional symposium organised and funded by Pfizer

Optimising HFrEF patients to reduce re-hospitalisations - what can you do?
Promotional symposium organised and funded by Novartis

Industry Symposium Nurse Led North Central London Anticoagulation pathway prioritisation service in domiciliary care
Non-promotional symposium organised and funded by Daiichi Sankyo

Harnessing mobile ECG technology for remote patient monitoring
Promotional symposium organised and funded by AliveCor

4pm - MDT Live: ICC

5pm - The John French Lecture: Dr Nicola Smart - Mechanisms of vessel growth and repair: insights from the developing embryo.

Wednesday 9 June 2021

'Highlights at a Glance'

1pm - E4R: AF made interesting

2pm - Best of Heart

2pm - UK Imaging Council

3pm - Industry 'Hot Topics':

Overcoming challenges in patients with uncontrolled LDL-C
Promotional symposium organised and funded by Novartis

Anticoagulation management for a patient with AF undergoing multiple cardiac interventions
Promotional symposium organised and funded by BMS

Getting to the heart of cardiometabolic care: collaborative clinics and the role of GLP-1RAs
Promotional symposium organised and funded by Novo Nordisk

4pm - Women in Cardiology, Building a heathy culture

4pm - BSH Heart Failure Day: Interventions for Heart Failure

The Paul Wood Lecture with Prof David Newby.

Thursday 10 June

'Highlights at a Glance'

1pm - Digital Innovation in Cardiology - What's new?

2pm - Top Ten Trials (1)

3pm - Industry 'Hot Topics':

Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the management of stable coronary artery disease
Promotional symposium organised and funded by A. Menarini Farmaceutica Internazionale SRL

Let’s debate: High cholesterol vs NVAF - can our priorities be better informed by patient needs?
Promotional symposium organised and funded by Daiichi Sankyo

Cholesterol and the high risk CV patient: The priority of the cardiologist or the GP?
Promotional symposium organised and funded by Amgen

4pm - Life Long Learning interactive session with voting (with alternate time slots available at 1pm and 2pm containing different question sets)

London SHOCK  'in a box'

The views expressed in presentations made at the BCS Annual Conference 2021 are those of the speaker and not, necessarily, of BCS (British Cardiovascular Society)/