JoMO-UKCPA Medicines Optimisation Meeting (Cardiovascular)

Excellent way of keeping up to date with what is happening in respiratory medicine and offers plenty of opportunities for CPD.
Satellite sessions lead by speakers who really know their topics and left me feeling inspired.

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Event Name JoMO-UKCPA Medicines Optimisation Meeting (Cardiovascular)
Location Radisson Blu Portman Square, London
Start Date 9:45am 02/10/2018
Finish Date 4:00pm 02/10/2018
Booking Closes 4:00pm 30/09/2018
Places Available
Event Description

Our annual look at medicines optimisation in cardiovascular medicine is bigger and better this year, and moves to London.

This event has been funded by the following companies through event sponsorship and/or exhibition stands and posters.

Headline Sponsor: Novo Nordisk

Heart Failure Stream Sponsor: Novartis Pharmaceuticals Ltd

Satellite symposium Sponsor: Novo Nordisk, Vifor Pharma UK Ltd

Exhibition Stand Sponsors: Alliance Pharmaceuticals, Aspire Pharma, Mylan, Novartis Pharmaceuticals Ltd, Novo Nordisk, Qdem Pharmaceuticals, Vifor Pharma UK Ltd

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Heart Failure Question Time

Speakers: Chair: Rani Khatib. Panel: Janine Beezer, Paul Forsyth, Joanne Bateman

This session is organised and fully funded by Vifor Pharma UK Ltd, including the choice of speakers and design of the programme.

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VTE Prophylaxis – what does NICE say?

Speakers: Rosalind Byrne (Lead Pharmacist Anticoagulation, King's College Hospital NHS FT)

In March this year NICE issued an updated guideline on reducing the risk of hospital acquired venous thromboembolism (VTE) in patients over 16 years old. This guideline contains...

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Antiplatelets and PCI

Speakers: Daniel Jones - Honorary Consultant Cardiologist / Academic Clinical Lecturer at Barts Health NHS Trust

Figures suggest that there are 65,000 PCIs undertaken each year in the UK due to acute coronary syndrome.  This session aims to review the role of oral antiplatelets for AC...

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Unmet Need in CV Care

Speakers: Helen Williams (Consultant Pharmacist-Cardiovascular Disease at NHS Lambeth CCG; Consultant Pharmacist for Cardiovascular Disease, South London at NHS Southwark CCG)

Over the past 20 years there have been many interventions to improve outcomes for people with or at risk of CV disease, however, CVD remains the most common of premature death.&...

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Heart Failure (Foundation level) management and case studies

Speakers: Alison Warren (Consultant Pharmacist Cardiology, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust and Brighton and Hove CCG) and Rocco Hadland (Heart failure pharmacist, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board)

With an estimated 26 million patients living with heart failure worldwide numbers of admissions to hospital with heart failure have never been higher.  Survival r...

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Coaching and Mentoring

Speakers: Tom Phillips, Lead Trainer, Pharmacy Management

In this session, participants will learn:

  • The similarities and differences between coaching and mentoring.
  • The key principles of coaching and mentoring,...

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ACS Management and case studies - Interactive workshop (Foundation Level)

Speakers: Danny Forrest (Deputy Chief and Cardiology Pharmacist, Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital NHS Foundation Trust)

Desensitised to M.I. data? You shouldn’t be. Its not going away! There are 2.3 million people living with CHD in the UK and most deaths from CHD are caused by M.I.

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Treating Patients with Diabetes in My Post MI Medicines Optimisation Clinic

Speakers: Dr Rani Khatib: Consultant Pharmacist in Cardiology and Cardiovascular Clinical Research; Honorary Senior Lecturer, University of Leeds; Honorary Research Fellow, University of Bradford

This interactive session will present a NICE recognised  consultant pharmacist led medicines optimisation project which successfully re-engineered the Post-MI pathway by ap...

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Stroke - Managing Complications

Speakers: Paresh Parmar (Lead Stroke and Care of Elderly Pharmacist, London North West Healthcare NHS Trust)

Stroke is a medical emergency that requires prompt treatment to reduce the severity of disabilities and death. In the UK, around 100,000 strokes occur each year which equate to ...

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Heart Failure and Frailty (Advanced level)

Speakers: Janine Beezer (City Hospitals Sunderland NHS Foundation Trust)

The incidence of Heart failure increases with age, two thirds of patients are over the age of 75 years at the time of their first admission to hospital with heart failure. Older...

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Giving and Receiving Feedback

Speakers: Tom Phillips, Lead Trainer, Pharmacy Management

In this session participants will learn:

  • How feedback is an integral part of coaching and mentoring.
  • How to give short, on the spot feedback to recognis...

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Lipids and Familial Hyperlipidaemia

Speakers: Helen Williams (Consultant Pharmacist-Cardiovascular Disease at NHS Lambeth CCG: Consultant Pharmacist for Cardiovascular Disease, South London at NHS Southwark CCG)

This session will review the revised Familial Hypercholesterolaemia guidance issued by NICE in 2017 and its implication for practice.  The role of PCSK9 inhibitors in lipid...

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Anti thrombotics – choices, choices, choices, and often in combination!

Speakers: Sotiris Antoniou (Consultant Pharmacist, Cardiovascular Medicine, Barts Health NHS Trust; Site Lead Pharmacist - St Bartholomew's Hospital; Lead Pharmacist for UCLP – Cardiovascular; Honorary Senior Research Associate, UCL School of Pharmacy)

Much knowledge has been gained since the developments of aspirin and warfarin despite both agents being highly successful antiplatelet and anticoagulant drugs respectively. ...

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Understanding CV investigations (Foundation Level)

Speakers: Sadeer Fhadil (Highly Specialist Cardiac Pharmacist, Barts Heart Centre, Barts Health NHS Trust)

Cardiovascular disease is estimated to affect 7 million people in the UK, with healthcare costs totalling an estimated £9 billion each year.  A number of different te...

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HF advanced management and Case Studies: Interactive workshop

Speakers: Paul Forsyth (Lead Pharmacist -Clinical Cardiology (Primary Care) / Heart Failure Specialist, Pharmacy & Prescribing Support Unit (PPSU), West Glasgow ACH) Jo Bateman (Deputy Pharmacy Clinical Services Manager/Lead Cardiology Pharmacist, The Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust)

Unlike other forms of cardiovascular disease heart failure is not a disease at all. In fact, heart failure is a clinical syndrome and is in most cases the lo...

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Developing Learning in the Workplace

Speakers: Tom Phillips (Lead Trainer, Pharmacy Management)

In this session participants will learn:

  • How to structure learning using the 4MAT and EDIT systems. Both of these can be used for either short teaching session, s...

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CV Risk Assessment and Management (Foundation Level): Interactive workshop

Speakers: Paul Wright (Lead Cardiac Pharmacist, Barts Heart Centre, Barts Health NHS Trust)

It is estimated that there are 160,000 deaths in the UK each year attributed to cardiovascular disease.  It is noted that 30% of premature deaths in males and 21% in female...

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Anticoagulation in Complex Patients (case studies)

Speakers: Katherine Stirling (Consultant Pharmacist - Anticoagulation and Thrombosis, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust)

This session will do what it states on the tin! It will explore anticoagulation options in patients where the evidence is limited or conflicting or there is a lack of evidence. ...

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AF Rate and Rhythm Control

Speakers: Andrew Cox

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Debate: Is polypharmacy necessary in CV care?

Speakers: Paul Forsyth (Lead Pharmacist -Clinical Cardiology (Primary Care)/Heart Failure Specialist, Pharmacy & Prescribing Support Unit (PPSU)) Sotiris Antoniou (Consultant Pharmacist, Cardiovascular Medicine, Barts Health NHS Trust, Site Lead Pharmacist - St Bartholomew's Hospital, Lead Pharmacist for UCLP – Cardiovascular, Honorary Senior Research Associate, UCL School of Pharmacy)

Polypharmacy is a growing phenomenon across all type of patients. This is especially true in cardiology. While some view polypharmacy as a necessity to improve outcomes oth...

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