Progressing Paediatrics: Cardiology for the Neonatologist

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2 February 2018
9.00am - 5.00pm
RCPCH, London
Spaces available
 
A one day course focusing on the diagnosis and management of critical congenital heart defects in neonatal patients.

As a professional involved in the care of the newborn, you face many questions in your day to day practice. Does this baby suffer from a critical heart disease? What are the warning signs? How can I make an early diagnosis? How does an ECG or an echo help me with this diagnosis?

This course aims to answer these questions and support effective medical and surgical management of neonatal heart defects. It is delivered by a faculty of Paediatric Cardiologists, Paediatricians & Neonatologists with significant cardiology expertise and a strong track record in teaching.

Delegate feedback:

“Fantastic refresher for cardiology. All the speakers were lovely and enthusiastic. The whole day was really interesting and I left the course with so much new knowledge and best practice.”

“Exceptional faculty, very well organised topics, exactly what I was hoping to hear about. The availability of the course slides was also very useful. Thank you for organising it, I would definitely recommend it to my colleagues.”

100% of delegates would recommend this course to a colleague.

 
Fees
RCPCH members - Consultants - £190
RCPCH members - Trainees - £145
SAS doctors, AHPs & Nurses - £145
Non-RCPCH members - £220

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Objectives & learning outcomes

By the end of this course, delegates will be able to:

  • Discuss the clinical features and diagnosis of critical congenital heart disease in the neonate
  • Understand the medical and surgical management, including early diagnosis and acute resuscitation of a neonate with heart disease
  • Revise diagnosis and management of PPHN
  • Understand top tips to interpret neonatal ECG
  • Discuss functional echo and neonatal PDA assessments
Audience

Paediatric Trainees, Paediatric Cardiac Surgeons, SAS Doctors, Paediatric Consultants, Nurses and Allied Healthcare Professionals.