"Heart Disease in Women: Missing a Beat" - 27 May 2020 - Stirling

Date: 27 May 2020

Start time: 08:45AM

End time: 04:00PM

Venue: Stirling Court Hotel

University of Stirling

Airthrey Road

Stirling

Forth Valley

FK9 4LA

Cost: £70

Opening times

Daytime Event

Topics

  • Other

Inaugural Joint Scottish RCOG and FSRH Education event 

Who is this event for?

This event is suitable for doctors.

Learning Outcomes:

  • improved understanding of heart disease in women
  • multidisciplinary approach to heart disease
  • impact of sexual health on heart disease
  • impact of heart disease on sexual health
  • improved referral of women to cardiology through identification of risk factors

 Full Programme

8.45

Registration and Coffee

9.00

Introduction 

Dr Alison Scott

9.10

Patient lived experience

9.30

Cardiovascular disease in women: closing the gap
Professor Colin Berry, Chair of Cardiology and Imaging, University of Glasgow

10.00

A Multidisciplinary Approach to Cardiovascular Disease
Dr Anna Maria Choy, Senior Clinical Lecturer and Consultant Cardiologist, University of Dundee

10.30

Is the antenatal clinic an opportunity to identify women at risk of later cardiac disease?
Professor Fiona Denison, Consultant Obstetrician, University of Edinburgh

11.00

British Heart Foundation strategy– Biology and Bias
Ms Kylie Strachan, British Heart Foundation

11.15

Coffee

11.45

Reducing cardiovascular risk in the postmenopausal woman
Dr Eddie Morris, Consultant Gynaecologist, RCOG President

12.15

Identifying women at risk of cardiovascular disease in primary care: the gatekeeper role
Dr Kevin Fernando, GP, Haddington

12.45

Lunch

13.45

Workshops
- Contraception for women with heart and other chronic diseases
- Transgender patients, hormones and heart disease (Richard Anderson)

15.45

Panel discussion and audience comment – Anna Marie Choy, Fiona Dennison,
Kevin Fernando, Eddie Morris, Kylie Strachan (chaired by Scott/Horne)

 

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