TRAINING COURSES

 

 

 

 

Late 2011, the IBHRE will introduce a fourth examination as a new measure of excellence — the Board Certification Examination for Competency in Cardiac Electrophysiology for the Physician (MD EP).

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The Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine

The Centre for Evidence-Based Medicineruns a series of workshops throughout the year, including One-Day and Three-Day Workshops on Evidence-Based Practice and a Five-Day Workshop on Teaching Evidence-Based Practice.

Further details can be found by visiting www.cebm.net

 

Cardiac Update meetings occurring this autumn
Atrial Fibrillation and Syncope
New treatments, devices and therapies

CPD accreditation applied for
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Preventive Cardiology Programmes at Imperial College London

Imperial College London is now open to applications for the Certificate of Advanced Study, Masters and Short Courses in Preventive Cardiology: Cardiovascular Health and Disease Prevention. All our courses use a blended-learning approach, combining short blocks of face to face teaching with a comprehensive interactive on-line resource, allowing our students flexibility in their learning around other commitments.

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Contact: preventive.cardiology@imperial.ac.uk.

 

Atrial Fibrillation: Improving Cardiovascular Outcomes

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Theheart.org announces new training programs.

Join our experts as they discuss the advances in the diagnosis and management of patients who have AF. Read more

 

ECG Courses for Primary Care

The recording of ECGs is increasingly common place in Primary Care. ECGcourses.com therefore offers an intensive, one-day clinical course - ‘ECGs for Primary Care’, for GPs and GP trainees
to develop the essential remit of skills required in this area.

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In2health

In2health is an independent, not-for-profit social enterprise facilitating delivery of peer to peer training within the NHS in the prevention and management of cardiovascular disease.

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