FREE WEBINAR: COVID-19 – Lessons learnt from the first wave: Clinical, planning and research lessons with particular relevance to cardiology

Friday 5 June 2020
4:00pm to 5:30pm

In this webinar the Cardiology section will inform doctors on the up to date science relating to COVID-19 and how it may inform clinical management in the event of a further wave of the epidemic. To promote a better understanding of the current and future trials. To explore the challenges in repurposing and redeployment of clinical staff informed by the Nightingale Hospital, and to describe the unique features of the disease on the ITU.

• Best Practice in managing COVID-19 in cardiology and ITU
• Value of communication, planning and support in managing regional care

Coordinating research in a short time scale and looking at what the future may hold The Cardiac Section are pleased to host a webinar with 3 distinguished speakers. This unique collaboration will inform us on the challenges faced during this pandemic and the future directions.  This webinar will gather the best evidence to plan and prepare you for the next surge and the role you can play in future research.


Webinar sign-in

Welcome and introduction
Dr Guy Lloyd, Clinical Director for Cardiac Investigations and Diagnostics,
Barts Heart Centre and University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Repurposing cardiology to fight COVID-19: Lessons from the Nightingale
Professor Richard Schilling, Deputy Clinical Director and
President of BHRS, Nightingale Hospital

Corona: Current state of the research
Professor James Moon, Research lead Nightingale Hospital, Past President BSCMR

Treating COVID cardiovascular complications on the ITU
Professor Susanna Price, Consultant Cardiologist and Intensivist,
President ESC Association for Acute Cardiovascular care

Panel discussion

Closing remarks
Dr Guy Lloyd